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post #1 of 21 (permalink) Old 12-11-2010, 10:39 PM Thread Starter
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do you wear a ski mask when snowboarding?

Do you tend to wear a ski mask when snowboarding?

Or do you only wear one occassionally - like if it's 20 degrees below zero?
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If you're snowboarding, I'd say it'd be a snowboarding mask. LOL!

I usually have a beard in the winter, so it has to be brutally cold with lots of wind to get me to reach for something for my face. Even then it's usually just a lightweight fleece bandana. I'm talking below zero with 20+ mph wind.
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pretty much any day below freezing I have a neck gator that goes up to my goggles



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I will be monday when its -18, but generally its only with me as backup

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I usually wear a headliner. If it's not too cold out, I pull the face part down and out of the way. If it's cold out I pull it up in front of my mouth and nose.

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I'm a sissy when it comes to wind on my face so I almost always have my Ride Qi on when boarding. But that's not a ski mask. It is a snowboarding bandana.
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I have a fleece bandana that I'll rock on a cold day, or sometimes even a full head pullover.
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Usually don't. As some of the others mentioned, I got a beard for when it's not too bad.

Gets pretty cold and it doesn't take too long to throw one on. I don't really like how it feels over my mouth... although it's kind of fun that no one can actually see you with a full set up on.
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Only when it's brutally cold with winds. Normally I don't, I just overheat too quickly with any kind of face mask thing on.
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Only when its real cold, I usually put my hood on and zip my jacket up which will cover right up to my gogs
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