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post #31 of 36 (permalink) Old 10-20-2012, 08:41 PM
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Merino wool Buff. Doesn't stink, doesn't get crusty, dries quickly. Check out PBK. Bought 3 Buffs from there.
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post #32 of 36 (permalink) Old 10-21-2012, 08:55 PM
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I'm satisfied with the one I got though. Nice fit, lightweight and not too bulky. Exactly what I was aiming for.
Same here. I have a Coal fleece neck gator for extremely cold days. But it's a little bulky.
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I grabbed this in the offseason...hopefully it works well. It's fleece on the sides and neck and goretex on the front panel.

I've worn it a bit around the house and it's definitely warm, and the mouth part didn't get wet breathing through it. Riding in the elements is different though, so we will see this season.



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Add me to one of the very satisfied users of the Cyclone Buff. The material hardly freezes, dries quickly, retains no odour, and fits my face very well. The bottom piece stops air coming through, but doesn't retain so much heat that you're sweating underneath.
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Anybody have experience with the Burton First Layer Midweight Neck Warmer or the Neff Stretchy Neck Thing Neck Gaitor?



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Buying Fleece from Walsh mart or wherever and sowing together a rectangle piece on either end has always worked for me.
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