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Old 02-07-2012, 10:50 PM   #571 (permalink)
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check out Wrong Gear masks. really cool design, functional, and one of the designers rocks.

Wrong Gear - Warrior Mask
Looks cool, going to order one of the Warrior style masks.
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Old 02-13-2012, 08:33 PM   #572 (permalink)
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Yo guys check out bandanabarn.com. They've got some good stuff. If they get more orders theyre gonna start carrying burton, spacecraft, neff, dakine, and rome shit.
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Old 03-22-2012, 01:52 PM   #573 (permalink)
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Mountain Hardwear | Men's Power Stretch Hardface Balaclava

I got this item from Atmosphere Sports Equip. I've gone through several different kinds of face covers and this is the best bar none. It covers the face very well when up, can be pulled down below the chin without feeling like you're pushing your face through a pipe, and can even be pulled down completely around the neck without strangling you.
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Old 03-25-2012, 07:31 PM   #574 (permalink)
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Buy Fleece Bandanas & Face Masks | Neck Gaiter & Balaclavas

Here's some that one of the local snowboard instructors makes. Has a nice soft fleece liner and a nose piece.
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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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no chance man, under armour is not the way to go, one its under armour, and two, the synthetic material of under armour retains odor like curtains in a crack den. merino wool, it doesnt retain odour, doest freeze like bandanas and has a heat/breathable ratio that make goretex roll in its 90's grave.
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Old 06-12-2012, 10:33 AM   #577 (permalink)
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no chance man, under armour is not the way to go, one its under armour, and two, the synthetic material of under armour retains odor like curtains in a crack den. merino wool, it doesnt retain odour, doest freeze like bandanas and has a heat/breathable ratio that make goretex roll in its 90's grave.
1) Yea, it's UA... so what?

2) I don't care what material you claim doesn't collect odor... they all do. I have both merino wool products and synthetic ones from UA and other brands. ALL of them retain some type of odor. The fact is though, nobody is going to smell it unless they press their nose to whatever item is in question.

3) Merino DOES NOT make GoreTex roll in its grave. Where do you get this misinformation from? There's two major factors about GoreTex that merino wool will never hold a candle to... DURABILITY and WATERPROOFING. Go ride in some merino wool pants as your snowpants and try to argue with me.

The UA hood is excellent for my purposes, but I hate the nose smash factor. I use it and have it sit below my nose. I put a Ride Qi over it to give my nose some coverage. It's a mesh bandana so it doesn't add heat. Just some protection from wind. I rather like this combination.
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Get one by a company called Grace Folley they look just like bandanas but they are real warm and last for a long time. I have had one for 3 seasons and theyre only like $15
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Old 08-13-2012, 09:18 PM   #579 (permalink)
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Got an airhole and the Volcom Shred Face mask. The Volcom is a little big. I'll report back here when winter comes to let everyone know how they work.
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I always use Yowie's from Cool headphones - wireless earbuds for ipod & ipod shuffle headphones - Outdoor Technology

They are cheap, effective, and look better than a bandana.

I have one Airhole mask but I just can't get over the similarity to a restroom glory hole. So I don't wear it, plus I got it for free so....I rocked it once......and then came the jokes....lol. Cool graphics though....maybe I just have retarded friends. Hahahaa

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