Combining 2 fabrics for optimum protection and versatility.
Classic shape, dual fabric design
HYDROPHOBIC + QUICKDRY
Repels water + dries quickly
DUAL LAYER FLEECE PROTECTION
Brushed, 2 layer, lightweight microfleece for maximum protection
A traditional, lightweight, soft fabric that stays warm, even when wet. Because it doesn't retain water, Microfleece will keep your face warm and cozy in varied conditions. We also apply a DWR (Durable Water Repellent) coating to bead water as an additional defence against the elements to keep your face dry and comfortable.
Ideal for −10 to −25°C / 14 to −13°F
The Airhole is standard on all of our masks and is designed to allow breath to escape freely, avoiding the build up of condensation to keep you dry, warm and goggles fog free. Stay out there longer.
Such an upgrade from anything I’ve had before. Amazing materials, proper fit and neck length, and can pull down to chin or tuck into goggles.
Probably one of the best balaclava I have ever owned.. Super comfortable by itself or under a helmet. No fogging at all with glasses or goggles..
I will DEFINITELY be buying more!
Great jod guys!!
Wore this under my snowmobiling helmet in -40 temps in Cochrane and it kept my face nice and warm.
I spent a lot of time comparing balaclavas before purchasing this one, considering many brands in various fabrics and designs. Because my wife rides her bicycle in the winter (in Canada!) it was essential that her balaclava be warm in the coldest weather while fitting under her helmet and with goggles. Today it was -14c and she was able to put it to a real test. Victory!
The micro fleece face covering is soft and plenty warm, with a hole over the mouth to prevent fogging. The design is clever, with a hinge which allows the mouth covering to be pulled below the chin, while the head covering is Lycra, fitting easily under a helmet while providing warmth.
A perfect balaclava for cold winter cycling, skiing and more!
I was skeptical at first but I can’t believe how effective a simple breathing hole would be in avoiding fogged goggles!