Just curious what you guys usually wear to protect your face from the wind. Two years ago I wore a facemask but didn't really like how it felt. So last year I tried banannas and those were fine except I kinda feel like changing it up again this year so I'm going to try a neck gaitor. Probably like this grey one Coal Basic Beanie Men's Reviews & Sale | trusnow.com
Anyways just trying to see what people on this forum usually wear.
keep in mind that after riding all day in cold temps, you need to find a mask with good ventilation otherwise it will get wet from you breathing thru it all day and any snow that gets on ur mask will stick to it. I have the seirus facemask/balaclava one..its not bad but it sometimes gets wet but it doesnt really affect me.
ahhh yes, the ice beard. i have rocked that on many occasions. surprisingly warm, kind of like an igloo on your face
I started a new bank position this year and had to warn them during the interview that october through march there will only be snow touching this beard not any shiesty razor or electric shaving contraption
Somehow still have this job even looking like a homeless hippie :P
bandannas are worthless for face masks if its under 25, your anywhere with loose snow, you fall, or if its actually snowing. They never stay tight, they are pretty thin, and the second you take it off it gets cold and freezes in the the crumpled up shape its in around your neck. I have a fleece neck warmer that i pull up to my nose. super warm, then if its a warm day or im riding hard and im getting super hot ill just pull it down for a bit.
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Turtle fur gator most of the time. Very versatile. Were it up at different heights on face. Even wear it as a hat from locker to the car. Thicker than I would like on some days. Lacks the Cool/hip factor. I've tried beard. Wife doesn't like it.
My jacket has a sort of neck cuff going on, so I can hide most of my face behind it. I usually just man up and suffer, the only time the cold and wind is really a problem tends to be on the chairlift. Soon as I get off I'm too busy shredding to worry about my face.