This active cooling technology makes use of moisture to lower the temperature of the fabric, so it feels cool to the touch, and you stay extra comfortable in hot conditions.
The Coolhead Headband is a high-performance head cooler that helps keep your body temperature down with a naturally occuring chemistry that starts actively cooling you the moment the fabric it comes in contact with your sweat—the material actually starts feeling cool to the touch. The headband fabric is lightweight and features stretch properties for comfort.
Fabric: 90% polyester/10% elastane
Omni-Freeze ICE advanced cooling
Women's Coolhead™ Headband 3.3 5 3 3
Unimpressed by Coolhead Headband This headband looks good in the package, but it is far too big to perform its intended function. Not only did it not stay in place but it didn't seem to offer any cooling - probably because it wasn't tight against my head. Perhaps a means of adjusting the size would be a way of fixing it? Once that issue is fixed, it would be nice if it were available in other colors. October 10, 2012
Great for some things... This headband is cute, but I agree with the other review. It's not very tight (& I have an average size head & thin hair). I wore it on a pretty tough mountain bike ride & it stayed in place, but I wore it almost on my forehead. It's great for hiking & less strenuous activities & if you have thick hair it will probably stay put. I didn't feel much cooling action either. September 15, 2012
Nice Headband, Wish it Fit Tighter I bought this headband to keep my unruly bangs at bay during vigorous exercise. It definitely covers the bangs, but I expected it to be a bit tighter, or for the elastic to be stretchier. I don't have a particularly small head, but found the headband to be large. I'll be able to wear it running and for some CrossFit-based exercises, but when it comes to exercises like burpees and jumping, it moves around too much. It'll be great for hiking, too, just not tight enough for me. I also found it didn't keep my head cool, and actually felt like it trapped heat. June 29, 2012