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post #31 of 38 (permalink) Old 01-11-2010, 09:47 PM
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IMO, there are couple downfalls to the Ride Qi facemask.
1. The velcro in the back is too damn big and irritating.
2. Gets a little bit frozen

I love the design of the facemask though and like that they provided ear support. I wear it on top of my UA hood, without the ear support

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just got this new mask at camelback mountain in pa.. its pretty sick nd doesnt ice up nd it keeps me extra warmm..if anyone wants to know anything else shoot me a messageeee

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millerman, of coarse we want to know more about it. That's the whole reason there is a thread about these things. Whats the point of saying you have something to offer then not offering it?
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Anything with acrylic..COAL makes great ones as does candy grind
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this is an old thread but saw an alert in my email. just wanted to chime in that i've been using the Ride Qi for past couple years and I have about 3 of them lying around. I really don't like anything else I've tried and hope they are still making these... honestly I use these even just when it's really cold + windy outside. Just have to remember to pull it down if I go into a store so they don't think i'm robbing them.
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Check out Air Hole
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I second air hole, I like how the opening is lined in plastic so the moisture gets out and it feels hygienic.

The downsides to airhole:
- on really cold runs my teeth are cold
- the triangular shape doesn't really keep my neck warm
- has trouble staying up if you have a ponytail/long hair
- hole must be centered, some shifting occurs and causes discomfort (problems with long hair)
- goggles must go under the air hole, if over it will definitely fog up the goggles and make a mess - awkward nose placement issue in this case

all in all, i'm happy with my choice
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