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post #221 of 707 (permalink) Old 09-15-2009, 08:14 AM
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Under Armour face hood for me
F*&K YEA that thing is so official. Light weight, breathable crazy warm, doesnt freeze.
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I dunno meng.. I mean I have the UA mask which is basically the UA hood minus the hood..
It's light weight & all but sometimes it's sooo face conforming that I feel suffocated..
I've been thinging about gettin a bandana or a balaclava..
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I have pretty much tried all options for face protection. Regular bandana, fleece lined bandana, UA hood and a giant beard. This year I am going to pick up a Coal neck warmer and see how that goes.

Coal Nichols Neck Warmer from Dogfunk.com

So far I like my beard and UA hood the most, although the fleece lined bandana I made worked well until it was 0 degrees and froze solid
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I dunno meng.. I mean I have the UA mask which is basically the UA hood minus the hood..
It's light weight & all but sometimes it's sooo face conforming that I feel suffocated..
I've been thinging about gettin a bandana or a balaclava..
ha yea I know what u mean, it is type snug , I wear it only over my mouth under my nose and that works best for me, and I never have a problem with my nose getting cold either and it seems to be a little looser that way.
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ya i wear a neck warmer around my face but sometimes put a bandana over that for some extra steez

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Those beard masks are so cool!
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Those beard masks are so cool!
thats what i rock. stop shaving in november and by december i got a pretty grizzly face mask goin ha


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i used to wear a bandanna, but facemask's are so much better.

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Does that Terryclava pull down under your chin when you feel like talking because from the pictures they look like they have a small opening?
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yeah you can pull it down.
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