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What is Veo?
Watch all 4 Videos: 1. Tom Bohli on Veo 2. What is Veo? 3. Customer Testimonials 4. How Veo Works
When you are sweating up a storm trying to absorb sweat is a losing battle. Even the most advanced fabrics saturate quickly and stop working.
The forehead sees a disproportionate amount of blood flowand relies on thermal radiation and sweat evaporation to cool the skin and your body. The more uncovered you can keep your skin the cooler you will be.
So we spent several years designing a better solution
Based on this scientific foundation and years of trial and error, we created a product to keep sweat out of your eyes and glasses. Veo combines a medical grade polymer and a skin compatible adhesive into a minimal coverage strip that works with your body's natural cooling process while preventing sweat from getting in your eyes or glasses.
How Veo Works
Keeps Sweat Out Of Your Eyes
Sweat dripping into your eyes and glasses is a distraction you don't need.
The Veo Strip Diverts It
Keep a clear eyed view of your workout for hours.
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What Our Users Say
Why We Created Veo
Veo started as an idea hatched on a long, sweaty climb up the Flume Trail near Lake Tahoe. With sweat and sunscreen running into his eyes, Jim thought there had to be a solution.
After trying nearly everything under the sun, headbands, hats, and skull caps, he decided to see if he could come up with something that really worked- without saturating or trapping heat, and while letting sweat do its job by evaporating from the skin’s surface. Relying on his experience and connections in the medical device space, he spent several years experimenting with different materials, adhesives, and manufacturing processes to perfect the Veo Strip.
Today, professional cyclists, serious endurance athletes, and sweaty weekend warriors have discovered Veo Strips as a terrific way to keep sweat out of their eyes in training and races. Hot hill climbs, time trials, spin classes, and long rows are just a few of the places athletes are using the Veo.
Jim Shapiro is a medical device venture capitalist. For 30 years Jim has helped companies bring advanced medical devices and solutions to market. Jim has also long supported youth sports and fitness and most recently worked on a redevelopment of playing fields in the Presidio of San Francisco. As an avid mountain biker, Jim created Veo to help make his rides more comfortable and safer.
A former US National Team Rower, Andy has worked for more than a decade at the intersection of technology and fitness, helping to bring new products to market. He has retired from elite rowing but continues to compete and coach at the club level. He has also discovered cycling and triathlons as a way to get his endorphin high. You can find him biking in Marin, running across the Golden Gate or swimming in the San Francisco Bay.