Hoo Rag: The Better Bandana Review

Hoo Rag

About Hoo Rag:

“Hoo-rags are revolutionary headwear that are worn by hundreds and thousands of male and female outdoor enthusiasts and athletes all over the world. If you’re just seeing the Hoo-rag, click the “Watch Video” button below for a quick run through of the most popular ways to Rock the Rag. Below we also have a few of the most popular ways you can wear yours, but in reality you can use your Hoo however you want. We have seen and heard of some pretty crazy ways people have used their Hoo-rags out in the real world. The Hoo-rag is made of 100 percent polyester microfiber that wicks away moisture and protects you from the suns harmful rays! Rated to 30 UPF.”

My Thoughts:

I’m always stoked to link up with brands that support getting outside & breaking a sweat. The Hoo Rag is awesome for whatever outdoor activity you partake in. The material itself is a bit thin & moisture wicking, making it the perfect warmer-temp headband for me to wear while running outside.

I don’t see it as a replacement for a gaiter or ear warmer since the material is not suitable for super cold temps. I love that theres plenty of material there, with which I can make a nice, wide headband. It keeps all of my baby hairs out of my face + it can slide down onto your neck seamlessly for easy versatility, though I don’t imagine needing to use it as a face cover.

I find that it seems to stay put pretty well, but I would like it a tiny bit snugger if I had to pinpoint one critique.

The vibrant pattern and color is so fun–I love this shade of blue. I’d recommend the Hoo Rag to all of my crazy running freak friends!


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