Best Sweatbands for Tennis

There’s nothing quite as satisfying as smashing a forehand passing shot down the line, or crushing an overhead shot so hard your opponent has no chance of a return. And there’s nothing as frustrating as missing a shot or volley because stinging, distracting sweat got in your eyes. But that’s why tennis players wear headbands for sweat.

The best sweatbands for tennis don’t soak up sweat—they divert it. Veo Strips adhere to your forehead and channel sweat away toward the sides of your face, where it can fall away harmlessly. That way, sweat won’t interrupt your play.

Your forehead produces more sweat per square inch than any other part of your body? No fabric headband can stand up to that. Eventually, a terry cloth sweatband or a cotton bandana will become saturated. And when that happens, sweat will drip off the headband, roll down your forehead, and get in your eyes.

Cloth headbands also interfere with the natural cooling effect of sweating. Instead of allowing the sweat to evaporate directly off the skin, carrying excess body heat with it, a cloth headband will trap heat and sweat against your forehead, resulting in slow evaporation.

Veo Strips do neither: they’re a slim, subtle sweatband for tennis that lets sweat do the job of cooling you without it rolling into your eyes, blurring your vision, and causing that salty sting. If you wear sunscreen, that can certainly worsen the irritation.

Veo Strips divert sweat and sunscreen before they can get into your eyes. They have a small channel that directs sweat sideways, to the edges of your face.

Veo strips are the best sweatbands for tennis because they not only divert sweat away from your eyes, but they also don’t interfere with hats or sunglasses. You can apply a Veo strip to your forehead and still wear your lucky hat for your next match.

If you’re looking for the best tennis sweatbands, try Veo Strips. Sweat will never cause you to miss that backhand crosscourt shot again.