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post #181 of 707 (permalink) Old 02-13-2009, 03:55 PM
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what are UA masks?

I rock a bandanna just to keep from sunburns and lipchapping, and most of the time its so hot that you can't stand anything else
If that's the only reason for the bandana, then use Sunscreen and lip balm. They do wonders!! And you won't look like a Shaun White wannabe.


UA Masks are Under Armour masks Amazon.com: Under Armour ColdGear Facemask Hood: Apparel
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i wear bandanas to keep from tanning. nothing looks more ridiculous than a goggle tan. it's way too hot for face masks here in socal.

when it does get cold, though, airblaster terryclavas are where it's at for both steeze and function.
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If that's the only reason for the bandana, then use Sunscreen and lip balm. They do wonders!! And you won't look like a Shaun White wannabe.


UA Masks are Under Armour masks Amazon.com: Under Armour ColdGear Facemask Hood: Apparel
oo that UA looks pretty legit for a real cold day.

but lol yeah wearing a bandanna saves me from spending money on lip balm/sunscreen, plus I think I'd still get goggle tan with those. AND pretty much every ones a gangsta/"shaun white wannbe" at bear so i dont think anyone's going to judge me on being a poser haha
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Balaclavas. Only bad thing is when you have to line up at the chairlifts and the lifties ask you to take it off so they can identify you with your season pass photo .
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Ok so I am doing this boat show over the past 5 days. Theres this guy there selling these fleece hoods that fold this way, fold that way, have three strings to tighten. Kinda cool actually. I am going to give it a try today.
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And do you have a pic?
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I've been rockin a neff facemask that has done a pretty good job in keeping my face from freezing
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This is what it's all about

If you live on the East Coast or Canada in freezing temps this is what you need.

Outdoor Research Windstopper Gorilla Balaclava - FREE SHIPPING at Altrec.com

It is a thin, windstopper material so super warm without being bulky. Also it is great because you can just un-velcro the nose part or the chin part it is hot or you just want to take a break.

The only negative is that it is ridiculously warm and effective so once the temps rise you have to take it off.
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I almost wanna try one of these just cuz they look rediculous (beardhead.com)


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