Halo Headband - How It All Began

We simply got tired of sweat getting in our eyes! Here's how it started...

My partner and I have been competitive athletes our entire lives. We have participated in numerous sports and activities
including cross country mountain bike racing, adventure racing, Xterra events, 24 Hours of Adrenalin races, lacrosse, tennis,
racquetball, and even running across the Grand Canyon and back.

During all these years of training and competing in the hot Southern California sun, we experienced one common problem...
stinging, burning eyes from salty sweat constantly dripping in them. After asking other competitors if they had the same
problem, most of them responded, "Yes". They all seem to have a story whether it was a crash, near miss, or just annoyed
due to the sweat in their eyes and on their glasses.

We tried every headband out there, only to find they only worked temporarily. Once an ordinary headband became
saturated, it would drip sweat into our eyes impairing our vision. That is no fun when you're racing a mountain bike at
25 mph on rough terrain.

That's when we decided to develop our own headband, one that actually worked. We wanted to make the best performing
headband in the world.

After two long years of hard work testing ideas and various prototypes, we came up with a solution. It is a water-tight seal
on the inside of the headband we dubbed Sweat Seal Grip Technology. The seal actually channels sweat to the sides, out of
your face, even if it becomes saturated. It worked so well we were amazed. We had everyone we know from amateur to
professional athletes try it out. The response was great. They loved it as much as we did. It was so good that we decided to
patent the technology. The Halo Headband was born and is now the best headband on the market today.

Sixteen years later, we have grown into a high quality USA manufacturer with a complete line of products all designed to
keep sweat out of your eyes. Halo Headbands are sold throughout the US, Canada, China, Australia, Europe, and Asia.
We hope you enjoy your Halo as much as we do.

Wear it and see!

Nick Holslag