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curious to see how this goes, but does it get hot enough in Vancouver to sweat ??? :lol:

 

I've got plenty of hats with sweat stains so I hope this does what it claims to do.

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Very interesting! If it's claims can be backed up I might need to invest in a few units for my college hats that need to last!

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Scotty Cameron hats have been coming with some sort of sweatband that works well to prevent stains. Not sure if it's this brand or not but if it's as good as the ones on Scotty hats then it's a good product imo

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Scotty Cameron hats have been coming with some sort of sweatband that works well to prevent stains. Not sure if it's this brand or not but if it's as good as the ones on Scotty hats then it's a good product imo

This appears to be more than a sweat band. Covers most of the front crown

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I have ruined so many hats because of the sweat generated in the Louisiana heat. I'm curious to see how this “feels”. Lord knows O could use them right now to save a few more hats from the ugly sweat stains!!!

 

 

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Hey guys, I have thought about getting something like this but I found an easy way to keep my hats from getting stained. I sweat when I walk up the stairs in my home (I'm 5'10" 175lbs) so I needed to figure out how to keep my hats from staining. All I do is wet a toothbrush, put a bit of soap on it and lightly brush where the sweats stains will show up. They key is to not get the brim of the cap soaked as the more often you do it the brim will get weaker. Once you have scrubbed the hat just leave on top of a bowl to keep shape snd let dry. I have done this over 10 times to my favourite TaylorMade hat and it still looks brand new.

 

 

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How much space does it take up in the hat?  I have a huge melon and already have a hard time finding hat's that fit right.  I love the idea of sweat absorbtion to make my hats last longer, but I really can't make them much smaller.

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Really only a skull cap inside my hat would prevent sweat stains. I was working in the yard yesterday and my hat wouldn't even stay on my head it had taken on so much perspiration.

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I wish I'd had one yesterday. Normally sweating is not that big a deal in W. Texas as it's a very dry climate. However, yesterday was brutal. The night before we had a good rain so yesterday was very humid.

If I find one locally I might give it try or keep one in my bag to pop out on days like yesterday.

Good find.

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This is interesting. I wear a hat every day all day except when indoors-been doing so for as long as I can remember...Anyway I, as a member of the "Big fat white guy" club, tend to sweat just looking at stairs and have many hats that just get trashed. I may have to try one of these but have the same concern about fit & feel as GS Meyer does...

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I used one similar from another company, just peel and stick it in your hat easy enough. When you have it in your hat, I did not notice even having it in my hat. Made from super absorbent material and supposed to keep sweat and oil away from the headband.

 

The first time using it was around 75 degrees, the band got soaked as well as the headband and did notice sweat marks on the front of my hat the day after. So I am not sure how this is supposed to protect your hat. Try again...

 

Today it was around 95 with real feel temperatures over a 100+ and HUMID!!!! This did absolutely nothing, did not keep sweat out of my eyes and my entire hat was soaked after 4 holes, taken I do perspire more than normal.

 

I think this is good to use under NORMAL conditions for everyday usage.

 

Can't wait for your experience with yours GolfSpy MBP and I will use mine in a new hat to see if it does indeed keeps away odor after many usages.1530464702441.jpeg

 

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I use these. They work pretty great. We call them "hat diapers" as that is exactly what they are. A hat liner with diaper gel inside.

 

 

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Man after this weekend I should probably invest in these.

 

 

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I used one similar from another company, just peel and stick it in your hat easy enough. When you have it in your hat, I did not notice even having it in my hat. Made from super absorbent material and supposed to keep sweat and oil away from the headband.

 

The first time using it was around 75 degrees, the band got soaked as well as the headband and did notice sweat marks on the front of my hat the day after. So I am not sure how this is supposed to protect your hat. Try again...

 

Today it was around 95 with real feel temperatures over a 100+ and HUMID!!!! This did absolutely nothing, did not keep sweat out of my eyes and my entire hat was soaked after 4 holes, taken I do perspire more than normal.

 

I think this is good to use under NORMAL conditions for everyday usage.

 

Can't wait for your experience with yours GolfSpy MBP and I will use mine in a new hat to see if it does indeed keeps away odor after many usages.attachicon.gif1530464702441.jpeg

 

#PowerToThePlayer

 

 

That looks like a lady's panty shield! Which gives me an idea! :lol:

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That looks like a lady's panty shield! Which gives me an idea!

 

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I'd rather buy a new hat than explain to my wife why I needed one of her pads to keep my hat from showing sweat. Or explain to her that it's not a feminine product and just something that looks VERY similar. 

 

If you wear white hats, just wear it while you're in a chlorinated pool. Just dunk the sucker a few time, let it marinate in the pool and the water will bleach/clean it right up! 

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Did a little more research and found that they seem to max at 3 rounds before no longer sticking and need to be thrown away and replaced. Ended up purchasing another similar product from SweatHawg that can be machine washed and used again.

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Hat liners wouldn't work for me.  Where it's hot and humid, I would be all over them.  However, here in the desert I use the watering stations on the course to soak my hat to cool my head.

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