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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 01-23-2011, 05:49 PM Thread Starter
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PMF Face Mask / info?

I'm new to boarding this year. I've been looking for something to keep a little warmer, mostly on the lifts. A turtle neck and an underarmour coldgear balaclava usually are ok but I saw these items on ebay. Bandana or full balaclava, I'm unsure of yet, but is the quality of these any good?

New and used pmf mask, Clothing, Shoes Accessories on eBay.ca


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Those all say they are made of cotton which is the last material you want to wear when snowboarding. I would rather have nothing on my face then one of those things.


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If you don't live in an extremely cold place, and want a really solid and breatheable mask, I highly recommend the RideQi mask. (You can order them at Ride Qi) I just received it a week ago, and I wish I had ordered soonner. They look pretty dope as well.

Or take a look at the under armour cold gear hood as well. Personally, I have both, but I am liking the breathability on the rideqi mask a lot.
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I've got a Ride Qi as well and love it. Even if it freezes you just blow on it and it will thaw in a few seconds.


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