The Paisley Black Premium Bandanna B001 by Zan Headgear offers many advantages over wearing a hat. They offer better ventilation of your head while holding your hair back (not to mention that you do not end up with a bad case of hat head at the end of the day). It ... (see full details) (see specifications) #ZANB001.
Zan Headgear: 100% Cotton Paisley Black Premium Bandanna B001
The Paisley Black Premium Bandanna B001 by Zan Headgear offers many advantages over wearing a hat. They offer better ventilation of your head while holding your hair back (not to mention that you do not end up with a bad case of hat head at the end of the day). It is much easier to store when not wearing as it fits nicely into almost any pocket.
This Paisley Bandanna is made from 100% medium weight pre-washed cotton. It has sewn edges that prevent it from fraying so it will last you a very long time. This bandanna is 22 inches square.
The Zan Headgear B001 makes a great addition to any wardrobe and can be worn during the day or at night.
OK, so I don't wear mine like I'm a pirate, even though I ride a Harley. I never got that. I am not a pirate, nor am I Little Steven Van Zandt, and I don't wear mine around my leg, either (what's up with that, Toby Keith?) I keep mine folded in my pocket, in case I need to wipe my glasses, or my nose runs, or I need to clean something, or wipe my hands, or lend it to somebody who's crying or something. Point is, the few times I haven't had one of these, turned out I needed one. So I have a bunch. They're useful, sort of like a Swiss Army knife of textiles. You could even use it for a headband, I suppose, though I don't do that, either, because I'm not Olivia Newton John. Hey, if you're a train robber, you could wear it outlaw style, over your mouth and nose. Or maybe even do that if you're sanding something, which helps keep the dust out of your face. That actually works pretty well. In a pinch, it makes a nice cold weather mask if I'm riding my bike in chilly weather. And if you want to look all dapper and stuff, you could roll it up and tie it around you neck, like Roy Rogers. (Remember him? He used to sing and ride a horse named Trigger before he started selling roast beef sandwiches.) Bottom line: these are cheap and they are useful. Can't bet that, can you?