DALLAS, Texas—June 12, 2017—GUTR® introduces a new addition to their performance sweatband line up, SWEAT GUTR® FLEX.
Upending the use of traditional fabric sweatbands, the original, patented SWEAT GUTR® sweatband proved popular with athletes and active people when playing and working in hot, humid conditions. Compared to fabric sweatbands and bandanas that absorb sweat and eventually saturate, the GUTR® is made of a soft, ﬂexible plastic that forms a seal to continuously channel sweat away from the eyes and face, avoiding blurred vision and fogging lenses.
The newest addition, SWEAT GUTR® FLEX, features a low-proﬁle, easily-adjustable, elastic closure. The reﬁned sweatband has a longer channel, uses a softer polymer, and is available in 6 color options. Like its predecessor, FLEX ﬁts smartly under all kinds of head gear—cycling, hard hats, military and a wide range of sports helmets.
“The new sleek design is very comfortable and lightweight,” shared GUTR CEO, Erick P. Flatt. “With help from our product testers and production partners, we made improvements in comfort and eﬀectiveness suited for extreme-performance and everyday situations alike.”
Made in Texas, SWEAT GUTR® FLEX is ready for purchase online at www.pronetcycling.com/sweat-gutr and through approved distributors and retailers.
About GUTR® GUTR Inc. is a privately owned company based in Dallas, Texas making performance sweat management gear for sport, industrial, and tactical applications. The original Sweat GUTR® sweatband changed the way athletes, workers, and soldiers maintain focus by eliminating painful and distracting sweat from dripping in their eyes and on their glasses. The unique, patented channeling technology has been adapted to a line of performance products for diﬀerent applications—the GUTR-HH hard hat accessory, the UltraCool™ Visor, and now the SWEAT GUTR FLEX. GUTR believes in making performance sweat management products that never quit.
SWEAT GUTR® THE SWEATBAND THAT NEVER SATURATES™.
Press Contact: Greg Thurmond, GUTR Inc, firstname.lastname@example.org, (972) 839-7333