Under Armour Hats & Headbands - How to Choose & Why to Buy:Under Armour Headbands
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How do I choose a good hat?Since you will probably spend a lot of time wearing you hat, a good fit is a top priority. The baseball cap style is the most common. Fit is usually referred to as structured or unstructured. A structured cap has a taller crown (front panel), resulting in a deeper fit. Unstructured caps have a lower crown and thus a shallower fit. Some caps fall in between. Also, some caps have a flat bill and some are curved. Make your choice according to the amount over coverage you like and, of course, what looks good! A final option is the bucket hat (somettimes called a "Gilligan hat") that offers more sun protection thanks to the 360° visor. The floppy casual look is also popular.What about cap sizes? And how do they hold up?Almost all Under Armour caps come in sizes, giving the whole cap a smooth profile without a distracting adjustment strap in the back. Choose your size by measuring your head circumference at the forehead, then select your size based on the guidelines for your hat. Most caps have some stretch to assuer a comfortable fit. The synthetic materials in most caps give you fit that holds up over time, wicks sweat away, and are easy to wash.What about headbands?Job one for a headband is to stay in place while it keeps your hair under control and sweat out of your eyes. If you're a headband fan, you'll love the giant Under Armour selection! Choose from narrow or wide in a multitude of colors and designs. Some have reflective trim for added visibility when it's dark out. Most have a silicone backing that eliminates slipping and helps divert persiration away from your eyes. One size fits all.