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Your eyebrows are supposed to keep sweat out of your eyes, but sometimes we perspire so much they can’t divert all the sweat streaming down your forehead. You could wear a sweatband, but not everyone wants to rock the 1980s Richard Simmons look.

The Sweat GUTR from Glove Guard is the hip new way to keep sweat out of your eyes. How do we know it’s hip? Because they leave out the E between the T and the R (not to mention the second T) just like pop photo-sharing site flickr.

The sloped “MicroLip” on the front of the Sweat GUTR channels sweat away to the sides of your face to keep it out of your eyes. Made of soft plastic, the band incorporates hook & loop fasteners to easily adjust the fit.

The Sweat GUTR will run you about $17 before shipping and handling. Glove Guard also makes a version that attaches to a hard hat, but you’ll need to contact Glove Guard directly for more information.

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5 Responses to A Solution For ShopSweat

  1. Greg says:

    #1 I don’t sweat, I perspire.

    #2 I don’t perspire.

    One of my favorite lines from MASH.

  2. Roadpizza says:

    I’m as bad a gadget freak as anyone I know and I wouldn’t wear one of these if you gave it to me. Especially for 17 bucks + shipping.

  3. Cameron Watt says:

    Interesting but costs more than the hard hat.

    Years ago I worked with a fellow who had a shearling headband on his welding helmet. Any creative home-brew ideas out there?

  4. area_educator says:

    I’m a fan of my Halo ‘bandana’:

    Features a rubber gasket in front that seals against your forehead.

    Also pricey, but it works well. And is way less goofy than a face gutter.

  5. davidinsarasota says:

    Brow sweat is a big issue for me here in Florida. A baseball cap is a good long job solution, since the (bill? brim?) gets completely soaked and then drips the sweat off the end, which is fine as long as I am looking down.

    For most jobs I use the three for $5 bandanas from Wmart, but I don’t consider it “rocking the 1980s Richard Simmons look.” Since I am often felling trees with a chainsaw I call it the ‘Arborista’ look.

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