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post #511 of 697 (permalink) Old 10-01-2011, 03:53 PM
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I got the velcro green one, L/XL. Have you used it at all?
ive used the airhole a few times, but i find that adjusting it for a proper snug fit is a hassle. i wear a helmet so that makes it harder to adjust , without a helmet prolly easy to adjust. but if it was elasicized, near the velcro tails, that would be best

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I love the airhole designs but the hole on the mouth is so distracting.
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Really liking the idea of Buffs. Someone lent me a neck warmer that's a lot like a very short Buff a while back and I loved it. The elongated design with stretchy material is perfect. Can't wait to give them a try this season.
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New Volcom face masks are sweet.
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Hey KidRiot! Thanks for checking out my stuff! I'm glad you like it. The T-shields are basically seamless polyester tubes- kind of like a "Buff" if you have heard of that company. They are lightweight but warm, still breathable, but not as breathable as the mesh bandarils or mesh tubes. I just put up all of this year's designs in the online store this week. Check it. AVALON7 PRODUCTS- MESH BANDANAS, TSHIELD TUBES, BALLERCLAVAS, BEANIES, TSHIRTS AND HOODIES Thanks! Rob Kingwill, AVALON7
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Hey guys, I use a neck warmer but I can't keep it over my nose, usually not an issue but it is when it's cold. Looking for something to go up to my goggle line but all the reviews I look at of different ones is just complaints about how they fall down etc. Itch factor is a big deal for me too as I have rubbish skin. Just looking for feedback on the different types? Airholes look good and comfy but I hate the airhole :/ I like the look of bandannas but do any of them stay up or do you spend all day tightening etc.?
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Hey guys, I use a neck warmer but I can't keep it over my nose, usually not an issue but it is when it's cold. Looking for something to go up to my goggle line but all the reviews I look at of different ones is just complaints about how they fall down etc. Itch factor is a big deal for me too as I have rubbish skin. Just looking for feedback on the different types? Airholes look good and comfy but I hate the airhole :/ I like the look of bandannas but do any of them stay up or do you spend all day tightening etc.?
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Your goggles need to be what holds your facemask up

You don't really want a bandana because they get wet/freeze and are very difficult to breathe in once that happens.

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Breathable Bandanas

Hey Tal06! There are lots of rad facemasks out there. If you like the bandana style, look for one that is made out of polyester mesh- the mesh makes them breathable when you tuck it under your goggles (that's how you keep them from falling down), and the polyester doesn't absorb water and get nasty wet like cotton bandanas. If you have sensitive skin, you might go for a tube facemask- they are usually the softest, but not as breathable as the mesh. Levitation Project makes some good ones, NXSTZ makes some good ones, and my company AVALON7 makes rad ones as well. Check our stuff at AVALON7 PRODUCTS- MESH BANDANAS, TSHIELD TUBES, BALLERCLAVAS, BEANIES, TSHIRTS AND HOODIES Thanks! Kinger
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