|Just in time for Breast Cancer Awareness Month: Hytail Ponytail hat for fitness. Klean Kanteen for prevention.|
Hytail: Getting Out There & Being Active
Having a lower percentage of body fat and keeping yourself in shape has been found to ward off many types of cancers, not just breast. That is why I was so happy to find the Hytail Ponytail Hat. I have long hair and usually put it up in a ponytail before I go out for a run or hike. All the same, my hair usually ends up sweaty and sticking to my back and shoulders.
|Hytail Ribbon Caps: 20% of proceeds support the cause.|
The Hytail offers an easy, secure fit. I wore mine for a brisk scooter ride and it stayed on while keeping my hair up and off my neck. Freedom! I can see running, playing tennis and all other types of intense activities in my Hytail. Here's the 411 from the Hytail website:
Why Hytail™ HatsWe designed the Hytail™ hat for a sleek look, comfort, ease-of-wearing and protection from the sun. The Hytail™ hat is shaped to easily fit your head and the wide band on the back literally lifts your hair off of your neck to help keep you cool and comfortable. The hat is also great for wearing large, stylish sunglasses with no hassles. The days of Velcro, buckles, and awkward fit are now behind us thanks to the unique design of the Hytail™. Women, who have both long and short hair, appreciate the Hytail™ because it is easy to put on, hassle free and most importantly fits comfortably. Conveniently, the Hytail™ will easily fit in your purse, workout bag, glove compartment, and even your pocket.
|Hytail's inventor, Tess Rogers|
Anything that helps you to be more active and fit is a worthwhile purchase. The Hytail Ponytail Hat is something simple but can make a big difference in how intensely and often you work out. Besides. You'll look fantastic!
Klean Kanteen: Breast Cancer Prevention
I use my BPA-Free Klean Kanteens just about everyday. I take it to the coffee shop and save a paper cup by using it as a refillable.
It makes a difference!
I agree with KK's philosophy of Breast Cancer Prevention over treatment. Now while both are important, I think they are on to something. Here's what they have to say: