Access 2.0, our second iteration under the Bourn directive, redesigned to provide smoother and more streamlined ear access with a glided entry for seamless mask accessibility. Originally inspired with the medical professional in mind, our design team went above and beyond to perfect the ultimate essential for all scarf wearing women headed into 2021.
This one-piece now features a longer, yet discreet opening on either side to allow for the use of stethoscopes, earbuds, and face masks without the hassle of having to adjust your scarf each time. Featuring a pre-sewn detail and Premium Jersey fabric, this one-and-done piece does not require pins or magnets as it holds it’s style day in and day out. Whether you are tending to sick patients, finishing your weekend 5k, or simply running errands, the Access 2.0 will be the most reliable and revolutionary piece you will add to your closet this year.
Textile: Cotton Lycra
Dimension: 65” x 26”
Contour: Long Rectangle
Very comfortable and stylish! Thanks!
Love this color, have purchased multiple of these hijabs and always come back to them work great with stethoscope and mask
Love the access 2.0 for work don't know how long it will last though as I just started using it. Some of them are super comfy around the ears others aren't as much.
I was so excited when I got this hijab for nursing clinicals, but I’ve found that it’s brought me more frustration than benefit. It fits very loosely around my head, so I have fly always all day (wearing an undercap with it makes it even bulkier) and the ear holes, which were the main draw, are much more difficult to access than it looks like in the video. When trying to use my stethoscope it’s so annoying to try to get them in that I just give up and wear them over or slip completely under the scarf. I bought the access 1.0 because they were on sale, and while I definitely can’t get to the ear holes, at least my hair isn’t falling out all day because the fit is much better.
I really wanted to love this scarf, especially because I'm in the healthcare field, using a stethoscope can be so difficult with hijab. The one thing I wish I had realized before is that the scarf is meant to be wrapped around the left side of your head and around, however I typically style my hijabs on the right side, so this was automatically difficult for me to work with. Another issue I have with it is that theres so much fabric it's hard to wrap without looking and feeling really bulky and heavy. I even tried seeing how influencers on Instagram for this hijab have worn it, but no style really changed how heavy and bulky it looked. It was also kinda difficult for me to locate the ear slits with so much fabric around it, and I was fumbling to get the stethoscope in my ears most of the time. Lastly, it was easily slipping back on my head, I have straight hair so it was hard to keep in place and wasn't really flattering on me. I know a lot of other people love it and it works for them. but those are only people I've seen on Instagram, so who knows, but I think its depends on you as the person and your style of wearing hijab and hair texture because this just didn't suit me, but it looks like it works for others.