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01-06-2013 10:02 PM
paul I have a maze, I don't find it cold on my ears; however my old goggles were a bit smaller than what I have now (Dragon Rogue) and found there was a small gap on my forehead that would get cold depending on the day.
01-06-2013 06:37 PM
Zcev5454 That's the exact same thing that happened to me. I ended up buying the Smith Holt which had bigger ear covers.
01-06-2013 06:14 PM
freshy
Question for maze owners

After seeing so many good reviews I went and tried one on. Maybe it's my head shape but the flaps were barely covering the front of my ears, and subsequently left a huge chunk of my face exposed. Maybe I'm just too used to toques. I'd feel better if the flaps went past my ears like 3/4".
Anyway do you guys wear liners under them, or notice cold air blowing on to your temples, or get cold ears? Because it's fairly obvious to me these things will happen to me. That said I forgot to bring my goggles (EG2's) so not sure if there will be any exposed skin I need to worry about. Or if I need to wear them under the helmet.

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