The best balaclava will keep you warm on the coldest of days. Made with our bison down yarn this is the best protection for the entire head, face and neck. Both are thin enough to wear alone or as a base layer under a parka, helmet, hat. This will give you the coverage that you have been wanting without worries of sweating. Bison fibers have an amazing warmth and best of all natural wicking keeping you both warm and dry! So bring on the cold weather you are out for a ride on your bike, fishing, hunting, skiing or even running the dogs on the Iditarod, this will help what ever you winter brings you..
Choose from two bison blends
- Extreme product line - 90% Bison 10% Nylon - the heaviest and warmest
- Pro-gear product line -50% Bison 50% Silk - the lightest and best fitting under a helmet
- Full coverage for the head and neck
- Long enough to cover you neck and able to zip up a jacket
- Care; machine wash and lay flay to dry
- Sizing fits most
- self wicking fibers
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Most of you know what I'm talking about-you HAVE to go out in the frigid, blowing weather, whether you want to or not. Farms, jobs, fun-you will not mind going outside while wearing this Full Head Mask-it will keep you warm & dry. I just got a few strange looks from our farm animals, but they didn't mind not being able to see my full mug. LOL
Goose hunting, nothing even comes close. Light, warm, snug and comfortable. A great product and excellent design - fully functional (and easy to keep clean, too).
very warm while snowshoeing! Keeps you dry!
Bought this balaclava for added warmth during early Spring and late Autumn hunting. It fits well under caps and hoods. Some fleece balaclavas are too dense and thick to wear under headgear. The color does a great job of hiding my white hair.
Got this rig near the end (we think) of the Nebraska hats cold so my testing isn’t yet exhaustive. Having said that, on a few am walks probably 0-20ish maybe it proved to be plenty warm. The fit is a bit tight when worn the whole way down but it’s new so I figure it’ll stretch out some. Can’t wait for next deer season to really test it but if it’s like other buffalo wool products I’ve purchased from you guys I’m sure it won’t disappoint.
This balaclava got the approval of an Alaskan dog musher. Warm and comfortable.
Took the bike out this AM , temp was 30 light wind.
Was planning a short 20 m ride , however the balaclava (lighter one) was warm enough to stay out for an hour . Head and ears were pleasantly warm , not scratchy at all, fit well under helmet.Suspect 10 degrees cooler or moderate wind would require the
heavier one .
Can strongly recommend it.
Balaclava thick use for winter motorcycle riding under modular helmet. Replaces a wool/nylon. It is way warmer. Rode in this morning 24 degrees at 70 mph. My face and neck have never been this warm. Money well spent. Thanks
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