DareDevil Durags for Helmet Hair Care – Versatile, Effective, Stunning!
With many uses, durags are something woman motorcycle riders know a lot about. Keeping helmet hair in control when it gets out of control is achieved with a nicely accented durag. This bandana-type headwear is practical and thanks DareDevil Durags, you’ll find a multitude of durags to meet your personal style choices and needs.
DareDevil Durags have a vast line to choose from – for the guys too. They’re made of high-quality, soft comfortable jersey or stretch micro-fibre material. They’re also absorbent for controlling perspiration under your helmet or without.
The back is sewn together with a blind stitching that holds an elastic band. The remaining fabric can be tucked in or under the band. Made to be worn under the helmet, as a facemask, neck warmer or headband. There are many diverse ways it can be worn!
The DareDevil Durag line for women riders comes in many colours, with or without beadwork. There’s also the standard bandana type of material, with the elastic back, with or without design.
Categories of designs include:
- Rhinestone Head wraps
- Sugar Daddy’s Headbands & Shirts
- Julie’s Jems or Julie’s Favorites
- Word Designs
Visit Julie’s website Biker Chic Bling and get your DareDevil Durag wardrobe started!
Shipping for Canadian customers is $7.95 with free shipping for orders over 79.95.
History of the Do-rag
The do-rag is simply a scarf worn on your head to protect your hairstyle or is used for fashion. They are generally worn to keep hairstyles fresh or as part of a fashion outfit. The do-rag has been around a long time. Also spelled variously as a doo-rag, dew-rag, du-rag or durag – is a piece of cloth used by motorcyclists or anyone for that fact, to cover the top of one’s head. Sometimes made of nylon material and having a “skullcap” fit. The term derives from “do” as in hairdo as in earlier years, these were used by African American men to hold chemically processed hair-dos in place while they slept. Over the years motorcyclists started wearing do-rags, especially in states with motorcycle helmet laws, to prevent “helmet hair” or “helmet head” There was also the practical value of the do-rag preventing sweat and scalp oils from causing an unpleasant smelling helmet. They also protect the inside lining of the helmet.