Happi Headware offers headbands to curtail helmet head

By Stephen Frothingham

BOULDER, Colo. (BRAIN) — Happi Headware is a new brand formed by 15-year-old mountain biker Alyssa Feinberg, who wanted a solution to post-ride helmet hair.

The company offers more than 20 printed designs in two models: one for summer and one for winter.

Both models feature a wicking polyester and spandex fabric that stretches to stay on the head. The summer headbands have a mesh material for wicking and the winter headbands are wider and lined with a brushed fabric to offer more warmth.

“We feature headbands with images on them and strive to bring unique and functional headbands to each and every person,” Feinberg said.

MSRP is $15 for the summer headbands and $20 dollars for the winter. The company sells to consumers over its website and also offers wholesale pricing to retailers.

More information on ordering is available by contacting happiheadware@gmail.com. More information on the product is at happiheadware.com.