On December 1st, I was on my way to San Antonio, and now BAM! It’s almost Christmas. I don’t know where the time goes. Oh wait, yes I do… I’m a gamer and a runner… two very time-consuming hobbies. However, the one that has taken me away from all you beautiful people is the gaming. When James first got ‘benched’ back in September, he/we started playing The Witcher III on the PS4. I’m one who likes to play a game to 100% completion, soooo, that’s where I’ve been. Sorry. But this happens about once a year, if you’ve followed me that long (last year, I replayed Kingdom Hearts). I’ll get back to normal soon… I still have to recap San Antonio! (spoiler alert… it was fab!)
But that’s not why I’m here today… today I’m here to tell you about BOCO Headgear!!
Disclaimer: I received a BOCO Gear Visor to review as part of being a BibRave Pro. Learn more about becoming a BibRave Pro (ambassador), and check out BibRave.com to review find and write race reviews! All opinions are my own.
You should know, I can’t wear hats when I run. I have a ton of hair that keeps me plenty warm and I get too hot if I wear a hat. I only wear visors and I am extremely picky about the type. My visors absolutely have to have an elastic comfort band as opposed to the velcro adjustment in the back. To me, the elastic is far more comfortable than the non-giving nature of a velcro adjustment hands down. And BOCO Visors have that oh-so-coveted comfort elastic band baby! Total win!!
Following are other details about the visor:
- Lightweight wicking woven or dry tech polyester outside
- Wicking internal sweatband to move sweat from your forehead
- Soft brushed elastic back for comfort and fit
- Relaxed fit front panel for a better performance and comfort
- Black underside of the bill to reduce glare
- Curved bill
- Machine Washable
Now, the first thing I noticed about the visor is that the material is incredibly soft. And then I discovered that the nice, soft material is super absorbent (because, you know… I went for a run and all). But oh, the comfort… it can’t be beat.
And when you’re running all the miles… comfort counts. Amiright?!
Stayed tuned my friends… coming soon is my recap of San Antonio. You’ll get to read all about how I lost two toenails…