Neck gaiter slips over your head to cover neck, mouth, ears and face, natural moisture management and thermal properties; Great for men, women, cold weather; Ideal for skiing, snowboarding, sledding, toboggan, running, and other outdoor activities
- Extreme - 90% bison / 10% nylon
- Pro-gear - 50% bison / 50% silk
- Knitted on piece tube
- 16" long x 11 wide
- Machine wash and dry
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Since it is summer in Mississippi, I have not used the neck gaiter. However, the gaiter appears to comfortable to be made extremely well, and I look forward to using it in the mid-west this November.
Very pleased with my purchase.
The neck gaiter is exactly what I was looking for.It’s soft and warm but not bulky, excellent quality and made in USA.It’s great for long cold Wisconsin winters.
Will be nice and toasty this winter.
Fits perfect, keeps my neck warm down to about 20 degrees on morning walks.
The gaiter looks a bit more fancy and definitely feels more luxurious! However, the best part is how it allows me to still feel warm and cozy.
Very warm and comfortable. Excellent product
I have a short but late diameter neck. This neck gaiter is perfect for me. Fabric,workmanship etc perfect. I m waiting to see if mosquitoes can penetrate it. The length is especially good. Using mostly for hunting and winter fishing. Warning labels should be added: hide from wives!! Thanks for your fast service. Howard Peak
This product did not as usual!! I’ve been using there products for over 10yrs and nothing comes close. Now as far as the owners they are as outstanding as there product! Great people, great customer service! Thanks again for another great product! It wasn’t even in stock but here it is….hmmmmm 😁
S&D Spinning Mill, Millbury, MA, USA
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The Dearnley Family has been running S & D Spinning since the 1800s. This is one of the last large scale wool mills left in the U.S. and they are absolutely crucial to us keeping our production here in the U.S.