Preview: NoSweat Baseball Hat Liners

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posted on July 27, 2021
Liners

Appropriate for a great many outdoor applications, including use both in the hunting fields and on outdoor square ranges, NoSweat Baseball Hat Liners are disposable pads that adhere to the inside of any baseball cap to keep moisture out of your eyes or glasses. The easy-stick liners apply in mere seconds and are lightweight, comfortable and easily removable once soiled.

NoSweat liners instantly absorb sweat and wick it away from the user’s skin. The wicking action helps to reduce cap odor and prevent sweat stains. In addition, the made-in-USA product helps fight fogging of safety glasses, face shields and other eyewear.

NoSweat uses hypoallergenic material and provides a 100% satisfaction guarantee. Baseball Hat Liners retail for $10 and three liners come to a pack. For more information, please visit nosweatco.com.

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