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post #201 of 697 (permalink) Old 04-04-2009, 08:31 PM
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Ninja mask FTW. I have a simple fleece one, but it still keeps my melon nice and warm lol. I just don't cover my nose because the goggles do fog up..

That Under Armour mask does look nice though, gonna have to get that next season..
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post #202 of 697 (permalink) Old 05-04-2009, 02:04 AM
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Any idea if that hood is available in the UK, or whether it can be shipped over here, please? I tried using a bandana in cold snowy weather and it just got soaked, making it almost impossible to breathe

Can you breathe through this ninja hood thing? I have no problem with the whole looking like a slope ninja at all. I'd wear my balaclava, but it made my goggles steam up.

Can anyone recommend something that you can breathe through in conditions that would make a bandana stick to your face and block your nose/mouth. I was considering a neoprene mask with holes in, but it seems like someone thinks they're a bad idea.


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Under Armor Hood -- absolute perfection to save your face.

Full hood keeps your face, neck, ears and head warm.

Open hood keeps your neck, ears and head warm.

Face mask keeps your neck and face warm.

The hood can be turned into any of those options and it's fully breatheable. Highly recommended.

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Yes. UA hood, as been said a zillion times. Use The Google and I'm sure you can find someone who will ship to the UK.

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Yes. UA hood, as been said a zillion times. Use The Google and I'm sure you can find someone who will ship to the UK.
THE google. lol

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I use the Under Armor Neck Gaiter Under ArmourŪ Neck Gaiter : Cabela's which is like the hood but without the hood part, a little too superheroey for me to wear something like that. But then again I can't understand the whole wild west meets compton bandana thang either. Before anyone gets uppity about me not liking it , relax, it's called an opinion.
post #206 of 697 (permalink) Old 05-04-2009, 03:02 PM
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i wear a turtle and it keeps from the nose down nice and warm. if you dont want your whole head covered this is your best bet
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Breathable bandanas

Yo. Check the breathable mesh bandanas from AVALON7. They work super well. AVALON7 SNOWBOARDING SKIING SKATEBOARDING SURFING COMMUNITY! BANDARILS, BANDANAS, ART, HATS, HOODIES, TSHIRTS YEAH!
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P.S....if you dont wear a bandana then u are more likely to get a sick goggle tan and girls go nuts for that
I would like to post that to see if that's true.
post #209 of 697 (permalink) Old 06-12-2009, 06:06 PM
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Post very poor short story about bandana

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walmart. and no they dont really keep your face warm.
Not at all, I was boardin' and my friend was skiing at Big Powderhorn Mountain and it was 15 below zero and I bought a seirus face mask and my friend bought a bandana. My friends face was freezing so we had to go back to the lodge ten times in one day just to warm up it sucked.
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Anyone wear a bandana?

ive seen skiiers do it a lot but not many snowboarders. Do you wear one or no? opinions?

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