Wicked Wear Hot Flames X-tremely Cool Weather Mask
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Wicked Wear Hot Flames X-tremely Cool Weather Mask• Tailored to contour down your neck and into your jacket for complete insulation from wet and/or cold weather• Covers from forehead down• For warmer weather, just pull down and use as gaiter• Easily fastens in back with Velcro
|Closure Type:||Velcro||Gender:||Boy's, Girl's, Women's|
|Mask Design:||Flames||Product Color:||Black|
|Seasonal Wear:||All Weather||Sold in Units:||Each|
steffana Posted :
I LOVE THIS SEVERE WEATHER MASK. IT FITS BETTER AND MORE COMFORTABLE THAN THE LAST ONES I BOUGHT. THE FLAMES ARE COOL.
stevendeah Posted :
Extremely lightweight and comfortable, yet manages to keep the face and neck warm and protected from cold/wind! GREAT buy!
rmassengale Posted :
I am extremely happy with this cold weather mask. The only reason for not giving it 5 stars is because I have nothing to compare it with. It is easy to put on and take off. It fits well. I wear it with a half helmet and I use clear goggles over the outside of the mask I don't get any fogging up, with glasses maybe you would get some fogging. I have been riding to work 19 miles each way. I use it in the morning at 6:00 am. We have had temps in the low 20's this last month and a couple of high teen's here in north central Nebraska. I could ride all day with it on if it stayed cold enough. You have good visibility and it is just really comfortable. I have 3 friends who are buying one also and I might get a couple for Christmas presents
oppossuminabag Posted :
Cuts the wind like a hot knife in butter. Prevents the numb face you get in the cold riding season. Easy to get in and out of. A little difficult to work on a full face helmet but worth it when you have a nice long ride. It does not restrict my field of view. I have noticed however when wearing sunglasses they tend to fog very fast with the mask on (when stopped).
jeramief Posted :
It fits fine.
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