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12-06-2010 01:43 PM
DC5R
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Originally Posted by JeffreyCH View Post
Here's my face/neck set up. Polar fleece zipped all the way up to cover my neck. Seirus face mask, nose is shaped to fit and open(no nose smash, no fog, easy to breath), plus mouth holes to breath. I also like this facemask because it covers the lower part of my ears. It Velcro's in the back so it's adjustable, and over all pretty comfy. Oh and I've had it for 3 years, paid 10-12 bucks for it, great piece of gear if ya ask me.
That's pretty much my setup. Everything stays toasty warm, no goggle fog ups and no issues with breathability.
12-06-2010 01:09 PM
BlackSnow Smartwool FTW! Keeps you just right all day long, even when it gets wet. It's thin enough to be worn under a helmet too.
12-06-2010 08:18 AM
oskar +1 for Buff, i use the wool one and the breathability is excellent

BUFF -The Original Multifunctional Headwear-

I also have some sort of neoprene face mask which is also nice but sometimes you get the feeling of suffocating even though the nose and mouth have airholes
12-06-2010 04:43 AM
andy1011 I just use a 100% cotton white bandana that you can get anywhere... sometimes i'll keep an extra in my pocket because it's nice to have a fresh one mid-day.
12-06-2010 02:27 AM
freshy Use a snorkel!
12-04-2010 04:11 AM
MistahTaki
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Originally Posted by JeffreyCH View Post
Here's my face/neck set up. Polar fleece zipped all the way up to cover my neck. Seirus face mask, nose is shaped to fit and open(no nose smash, no fog, easy to breath), plus mouth holes to breath. I also like this facemask because it covers the lower part of my ears. It Velcro's in the back so it's adjustable, and over all pretty comfy. Oh and I've had it for 3 years, paid 10-12 bucks for it, great piece of gear if ya ask me.
turtleneck FTW!
12-04-2010 03:36 AM
fatboyj711
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Originally Posted by QueenB View Post
airblaster terryclava

pull it down when it's hard to breath. :P
strangely, terryclavas don't get much recognition on this site. this thread is 4 pages long and queenb's post is the first time it's been mentioned...

super versatile face mask... ventilated enough for warmer days, warm enough for colder days, you can cover your nose or pull it down under your nose/mouth, thin enough to fit under a helmet, and it can be warn alone without a beanie or helmet... i've also tried the UA hood, but it's not nearly as effective or versatile as the terry
12-03-2010 11:38 PM
QueenB airblaster terryclava

pull it down when it's hard to breath. :P
12-03-2010 02:01 PM
xelxguapo I also use Airhole. I heard some people say they don't like it, but it's worked fine for me and some of my other friends. I've had days where the outside is completely soaked, but the inside is still completely dry.
12-03-2010 12:58 PM
Milo303 Ride Qi
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