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post #41 of 709 (permalink) Old 12-07-2008, 02:55 AM
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I like my 10 dollar chaos fleece bandanna Link, its got a paisley front and fleece back, and velcro behind the neck.

I don't like full cover masks because I find I sweat a lot in em even when its really cold, but then I wear a helmet. Also the bandana is fashionable, paisley rocks . If you're not face planting all day snow isn't an issue and it dries pretty quick.

The UA hood looks good too though but I prefer my warmer to not cover my entire neck, having long hair stick to your neck under a warmer sucks ass.
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The great thing about the UA hood is that it wicks sweat away so it is never wet. Love it. Glad I'm not the only one.
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i got me one of those too!

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Plus, with a beard, you can find little snacks from meals you had last week while you're out riding. Also, people might mistake you for smart.
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Burton Bandito

I rock the Bandito on occassion, and it's pretty handy. Fleece lined on the inside so it's warmer than a regular bandana. Plus, mine has a small rectangular mouth vent that lets me breathe easier. It's definately not the warmest, but it's good for most days here in New Jersey. I also have the Chaos-style bandana posted earlier, but have yet to try that out.
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i wishhh lol...


anyone know how well you can breath in those UA ones? i hate how bacalavas get really hot from your own breath
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anyone know how well you can breath in those UA ones? i hate how bacalavas get really hot from your own breath
Can breathe really well in them. There is a reason why lots of people in this thread have given UA the FTW!

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Can breathe really well in them. There is a reason why lots of people in this thread have given UA the FTW!
thanks, ill pick one up tomm before i go boarding tomm...do you think sports authority stocks it?
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I got mine at Dick's. Not sure about SA.
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thanks, ill pick one up tomm before i go boarding tomm...do you think sports authority stocks it?
I picked mine up at Sports Authority you should be fine.
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