The natural beauty of the ocean, giraffes, tigers, parrots and details of early 19th Century Iban Ikats designs were the inspiration for the timeless prints and details of this exclusive hand-drawn "Gray Crest" Design from our "Salmon Crest Collection". This lightweight and snug-fitting reversible headband is made with high quality moisture wicking fabric designed for training, yoga, or running. Perfect accessory to glam up your workout or to make you looking fabulous for a cocktail party.
- Exclusive Gray Crest print from The Salmon Crest Collection
- Designed and made in USA
- Sport Lycra with Vibrant Colors and Moisture-wicking finish
88% polyester, 12% Lycra
BACK: MICROPOLY DRYFLEX
90% Polyester; 10% Lycra
- Moisture-wicking, soil release finish
- Four way stretch
- Breathable and Smooth
- Vibrant colors and beautiful sheen
- Perfect for training, yoga, running
- HAND WASH COLD WATER USING PHOSPHATE FREE DETERGENT
- AIR DRY
- DO NOT IRON/ DRY CLEAN/ BLEACH OR TUMBLE DRY
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