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post #151 of 697 (permalink) Old 01-09-2009, 08:59 PM Thread Starter
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...i either never noticed it before this year or i was not paying attention...
You wern't paying attention. That said, at my local mountain I have notice less of them this year, and much more balaclava-type things. I guess people are finally starting to realize bandana's don't really work.

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post #152 of 697 (permalink) Old 01-10-2009, 07:31 PM
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I decided to buy the materials to make my own fleece-lined bandana since i didn't see any I liked online. Bought bandannas at walmart for a buck each, fleece at jo-ann fabrics cheap, and this fleece edge binding and had my mom sew it up for me. very warm and much nicer than a normal bandana, and way cheaper than anything else mentioned in this thread
post #153 of 697 (permalink) Old 01-10-2009, 10:27 PM
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I decided to buy the materials to make my own fleece-lined bandana since i didn't see any I liked online. Bought bandannas at walmart for a buck each, fleece at jo-ann fabrics cheap, and this fleece edge binding and had my mom sew it up for me. very warm and much nicer than a normal bandana, and way cheaper than anything else mentioned in this thread
I did the same thing, the only problem I had was the fleece lining needs to be fairly thin because they get soaked and freeze.
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I'm 17 and the full beard works out great for me, unfortunately going to a private school they make you shave it. I grow it out during the weekends though 8 P
post #156 of 697 (permalink) Old 01-10-2009, 11:40 PM
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i find a bandana is just as effective as a facemask but a hell of alot cheaper. the only problem with the bandana is keeping it from sliding down your face.
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and looking like a jackass.
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And it getting damp/wet freezing up on you. Invest in something a little more than a few dollars worth of typical bandana's. If you want to still look gansta, they make bandana's with liner to keep it from getting damp/freezing up.

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And it getting damp/wet freezing up on you. Invest in something a little more than a few dollars worth of typical bandana's. If you want to still look like a complete douche, they make bandana's with liner to keep it from getting damp/freezing up.
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