Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Review: Sprigs Earbags


You may remember that I participated in a Sprigs review a couple of weeks ago. This week, I'm happy to be reviewing another Sprigs product: Earbags.

I like to run in the cold weather. I also like to be prepared and comfortable. When it comes to what I wear on my head, I'm pretty picky.


Sad.

Many runners wear winter running hats to keep their head and ears warm. I too have tried these. While they do keep my ears warm, unfortunately they keep my head TOO warm.


Eh.

Since the hat was too warm, I tested a winter weather headband. This worked to keep my ears warm and let my head stay cool. However, I like to wear colorful, pretty hairbands to keep my locks under control. The combination of hairband and winter headband was just too much.


Yea!

Enter, Sprigs Earbags. These bandless earmuffs keep my ears warm, let my head stay cool, and do not interfere with the wearing of my favorite hairbands. 



Earbags are little ear warmers that fit right over your ears. They come in a variety of sizes, colors, patterns, and materials. Lined with Thinsulate® they keep the cold outside and the warm inside. They also come with a super cute storage bag to keep them clean and safe.



Earbags are extremely easy to use. First you flex it open by bending slightly back. Slide it over your ear and then snap in place by pushing forward. That's it! Sprigs has a great how-to video here.

My trial with Earbags was performed on a 6 mile run in perfect weather conditions: temperatures hovering in the mid 30s, sunny skies, and a slight breeze. I easily slipped the bandless earmuffs over my ears standing right outside my car and then my running partner and I were off as usual. 

Occasionally during the run, I had to reach up to touch the Earbags to make sure they were still there. They were so light and didn't bounce or rub at all. Throughout the run I could hear my running partner's conversation without interference and my ears stayed comfortably warm. 

Sprigs has a great selection of Earbags and if you place an order during the month of November, you can use my coupon code Escapades20 for 10% off of orders up to $29.99 or 20% off orders over $30. It expires 12/12/12 at 11:59 PM EST.





What kind of winter head gear do you prefer?


I was not compensated for this post, however I did receive the Earbags at no cost. All opinions are my own.



11 comments:

  1. ahhh here in texas I DO NOT NEED.
    Im moving in 4 weeks :-)
    need need...

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  2. I never heard of these! Do you think that they will fit really small ears? like mine are realllyyy small haha. I'd be scared that they would fall off!

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  3. very interesting! I've never seen these. Thanks for sharing

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  4. Hi Amy - I'm a long time follower, but this is my first comment on your blog. I thought your pictures of all the different headwear options was very cute!

    I really like the concept of these Earbags, but I have to be honest - the name is a turn off for me.

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  5. Aww, thank you! You could refer to them as bandless earmuffs ;)

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  6. Danielle, they do offer different sizes, so I bet they would!

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  7. Love your pictures!! I usually hear a hat but I generally hate wearing hats. Not a fan of headbands but these looking like they might be a good option. I haven't heard of them so thanks for sharing!

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