We often get asked how our signature headbands and sweatbands differ from one another. The important thing to note is that both of these products keep your hair out of your face and stay in place, guaranteed. And, above all, they are comfortable with no headaches. Check out the graphic below to learn more about the differences in our two main products.
In the Louisville area, we’ve had some small road and trail races this summer, mostly with limited participants and wave starts. Slightly bigger races are gearing up, however, like the Downtown Doubler 15K and 30K road race across the river in Indiana. In its third year, this growing favorite is on for September 20th, bringing racing safely to the forefront of people’s minds. This post will cover 5 ways to run races safely during this COVID-19 crisis.
A magic power of Ponya Bands? Kids love to wear them! That is a victory for sure. In any circumstance, trying to find something that stays put and elicits no complaints can be a real struggle. They can strip off an uncomfortable item quicker than you can blink, especially younger kids. Our bands also just plain work. Whether your child is schooling at home or back in person, the daily morning routine and hair struggle likely hasn't changed. This post covers why Ponya Bands are such wonderful headbands for kids.
We all know the feeling. You open the door to step outside and the air immediately starts clinging to you, any breeze feels like a hair dryer just turned on you and is out for revenge. You feel heavier somehow and get sapped as soon as you start getting active. Lunchtime runs or walks don’t get done, and by the time evening rolls around, it still feels like an oven out. The earlier you get out to start, the more demoralizing the humidity can be. Let’s face it, we all expect it to be somewhat comfortable before dawn, but humidity doesn’t care. We at Ponya Bands have tried all sorts of tricks over the years to beat the humidity....
Let’s face it, wearing a face mask or covering isn’t fun and isn’t always comfortable. With more people going back to work, the need for a comfortable way to wear a wear a mask for an extended period of time has only grown. The loops don’t always sit right on your ears if you wear glasses, and tying them behind the head can be unwieldy for quick trips, people with shoulder mobility issues, and when you might want to be able to take it off and on often. This post will cover how you can make wearing face coverings both easier and more comfortable.