Hoo Rag–Product Review

3 Feb

What’s a Hoo-Rag you ask? Basically a Hoo-Rag is a tubular, seamless bandana made out of a cotton/poly blend that can be used in a variety of ways – by a variety of people – including cyclists.

The Hoo-Rag can be worn under a helmet to provide a little extra warmth or keep your hair out of your eyes. I’ve found when I slip it over my head without bunching up the fabric, the excess blocks the vents in my helmet keeping me warmer.

As you can see from the picture, it can also be worn after the ride as a headband, pony tail holder or head covering to cover up “helmet hair”.


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The longer I’ve had my Hoo-Rag the more I wear it. I use it while working in the yard, running or walking and also as a hair accessory for those bad hair days.


It comes in a variety of designs and can be worn by women or men in a myriad of ways. For more information or to order, visit:  www.hoorag.com.

Thanks to Hoo-Rag for providing me with this versatile product.

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