Balaclava Ski Mask – Winter Face Mask for Men & Women – Cold Weather Gear for Skiing, Snowboarding & Motorcycle Riding Black

(10 customer reviews)

Listed Price: $18.95

Winter Ready: Winter has nothing on our Strike balaclava. Ready to brave all the elements from snow and sleet to wind, dust, cold, and UV, our ski mask isn’t letting in any unwanted intruders. So whether you blaze down the slopes like Shaun White, shovel snow or ATV in the desert like Mad Max, our balaclava’s got you covered.
Lightweight Comfort: You’ll be surprised by how warm this lightweight, breathable, and extra-stretchy balaclava is. Designed from a 89% Polyester and 11% Spandex blend that wicks away moisture while retaining heat, you’ll stay comfortable and dry all day.
Convertible Face Mask: Wear the Strike balaclava as a full face mask for ultimate protection from the elements, a helmet liner, ninja hood, half ski mask, neck warmer, or pull it up to wear it as a face mask while you take public transportation and go grocery shopping.
No Fogging Way: To prevent stuffiness, the Strike features ski ready mesh breathing panels that increase airflow while minimizing condensation on your goggles or glasses.
Superstretch comfort: Fit and comfort is key, especially when you’re in harsh environments. Our balaclava is made with 4 way stretch fabric to give a snug and comfortable ‘wear all day’ fit. Warning – you might not want to take it off!

SKU: B019F18TX4 Category: Tag:
Brand Tough Headwear

Description

Balaclava Ski Mask – Winter Face Mask for Men & Women – Cold Weather Gear for Skiing, Snowboarding & Motorcycle Riding Black

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Tough Headwear Balaclava Ski Mask for Men & Women

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ULTIMATE PROTECTION

With the Strike Balaclava you’re protected from from whatever winter throws at you. Combining a wind resistant shell, full coverage hinge design and snug fleece lining, you can blaze down the slopes, shovel snow or ATV in the desert.

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WARMTH AND COMFORT

Our 4 way stretch fabric gives a snug, ‘wear all day’ fit whilst the breathable, moisture wicking fabric keeps you dry and means no more goggle fog. The fleece lining isn’t just super soft, it’ll keep you warm in sub zero conditions.

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VERSATILE WEAR

The Strike Balaclava is ready for any winter mission. Wear It on its own or under a helmet. Wear it as a full face mask, open balaclava, half ski mask or neck gaiter. The Strike Balaclava can handle pretty much anything.

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Breathable

Designed with high- quality mesh breathing panels which will increase airflow while preventing fogging of goggles or glasses.

Our Tough Ski Mask is made of stretchy, breathable fabric that protects your face while wicking away moisture. It also feature mesh breathing panels to increase airflow while minimizing condensation on your goggles.

It gives you ultimate protection from elements such as cold, wind, dust and sun’s UV rays. People use our balaclavas for skiing, snowboarding, riding, ATVing, hunting, construction, warehouse work and shoveling snow. It’s versatile that you can wear it on its own or under a helmet.

  • 4 Season Performance – Wicks away sweat and provide thermal retention
  • 4 Way Stretch – Made of 89% Polyester and 11% Spandex
  • Breathability – Mesh panel allow for increased air flow and less goggle condensation
  • Reflective Icon – designed with small reflective logos on the front, sides and back
  • Helmet Friendly – Fits underneath ski, bike, motorcycle & construction helmets

Perfect for Skiing, Snowboarding, Riding, Shoveling and All Your Outdoor Activities

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Winter gear essentials Tough Outfitters ski gloves skull cap mittens balaclava goggles neck warmer

Winter gear essentials Tough Outfitters ski gloves skull cap mittens balaclava goggles neck warmer

Winter gear essentials Tough Outfitters ski gloves skull cap mittens balaclava goggles neck warmer

Additional information

Brand

Model

Fba_balaclava – Black

Item Weight

2.08 ounces

Package Dimensions

8.11 x 5.24 x 1.18 inches

Manufacture

Item model number

Balaclava – Black

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer

No

Manufacturer Part Number

Balaclava – Black

ASIN

B019F18TX4

Date First Available

December 16, 2015

10 reviews for Balaclava Ski Mask – Winter Face Mask for Men & Women – Cold Weather Gear for Skiing, Snowboarding & Motorcycle Riding Black

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    Xavier S.

    I purchased this and added it to my other cycling winter gear. I have 2 regular thermal caps, another that covers over your ears, and aneoprene balaclava. The balaclava with the neoprene facing kept me warm and was great, but an issue I had was drinking water as the face did not open. This mask however will allow me to move the head cover and the face cover independently of each other. The face mask looks like it is full mesh, but on the inside it is fleece lined at the nose and chin so only your mouth gets an opening. I’ll update when I actually wear it.

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    MJC

    Bought this as part of a general PPE (personal protective equipment) ensemble against the Wuhan Virus. Thankfully, we’re almost past the worst of it. The balaclava is easily pulled over your head, very comfortable. It’s lightweight, so not sure how well it would insulate your face in the cold/ski weather. May want to get something with thicker material for that.

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    Nick LoVetere

    I purchased this last year ahead of participating in an outdoor hockey tournament in Eagle River, WI in February. Temps ranged from single digits to high 20s and this was perfect. In fact, with the physical activity I got warm enough that midway through each game I’d pull the face cover down to expose my face. It’s warm, fits well and is thin enough that it fits comfortably under a hockey helmet so I imagine it would work well for its intended purpose of skiing or snowboarding. Love this and have recommended it to others on my team for this year’s tournament in February.

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    Chris H

    Worth every penny. This ski mask is really quite amazing for as thin and light as it is. It really keeps the wind off of all areas you cover with it. And it’s pretty good for warmth too. Don’t get me wrong, it’s not a fur coat for your head, but it is a great layer that doesn’t diminish your ability to move freely. I ride my horse here in Tennessee down to the teens, and my scarf wasn’t cutting it. I now use this under my cowboy hat, and its “The bees knees.” I do pull it back off my forehead so the hat isn’t too tight, but it keeps my face, ears, nose and neck quite comfortable. And with this and the hat, it don’t lose too much heat from my balding noggin. One last comment. You can cover only what you want with this, just the neck, or up to the ears, to the mouth, over the nose, or the whole head. Stays in place. Definately a good purchase.

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    PSP

    Ran a 4 miler this morning in 7 degree weather, face and head never got cold. Should have bought one years ago.

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    Amazon Customer

    This thing is awesome! I wear it on my 25 min walk to/from work in sub-zero temps and it keeps me nice and toasty. The mesh ventilator is great! It obviously still gets moist but it is perfectly placed to let my breath escape. I plan to purchase another one to use for running.

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    Amazon Customer

    I’m an avid winter runner and I’ve owned several ski masks but I’ve never had a ski mask as good as this one. I went for a 6 mile run on a 15 degree night with a stiff SW 14mph wind and I was seriously impressed by this product. Normally I hate to pull up the ski mask over my nose while I was running but I was forced to due to the weather elements. I’ve never had a more comfortable run with my nose covered. I had it over my nose for almost 3 of the miles because this was when the SW wind was hitting me hard. I definitely recommend this product to everyone who gets exercise outside in the winter. Also, the dry fit material is the best part. It helps to keep sweat off your face while still being thick enough to keep you warm.

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    World Adventuress

    I used this to climb Kilimanjaro and was happy with it. I researched other options before settling on this one. It was easy to breathe through and lightweight. It also covered my face and ears well and kept the chill out. I did use a fleece lined buff for more warmth at high altitude with temps in the teens. The only issue I had is that the top would slide back on my head under my wool hat. I solved the issue by simply pulling the balaclava further down on my forehead beyond my wool beanie. I was happy with this, esp at the price point. I spent so much money buying gear for Kili and am glad I didn’t buy a different balaclava costing 3x as much.

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    David Bachman

    Definitely great for sealing out the wind when riding. However, if I pull the front up over my nose, I INSTANTLY get all kinds of ridiculous fog inside my visor (full-face helmet), even with anti-fog treatments. The only solution I’ve found is to simply pull the front of the mask down so that the nose part sits just below my lower lip – no more fog, and my neck and chin stay warm. The fact that it’s deliberately designed in such a way to allow for different methods of wear is probably why this is possible, and as such, I can’t really dock this thing a star for that at all. It does great doing what it does (keeping my neck and chin warm and wind-free), and it’s well-made enough that I’m not afraid to run it through the washing machine and dryer regularly. If you ride a lot in the cooler months, then it’s totally worth picking up at least a couple of these. Seems a bit too thick/warm to wear during the summer months, but this isn’t really designed for that kind of weather, anyway.

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    Richard Shallenberger

    Living in Florida I didn’t think I would have much use for this. I purchased this ski mask for the few days it gets cold in the winter. My primary mode of transportation is a scooter and I wear a 3/4 helmet so I wanted to keep the wind off my neck. Wouldn’t you know it, just a couple of days after the ski mask arrived and we had a cold snap. When I headed to work it was only 30 degrees out, and I was driving at about 70 MPH down I-75. Although I felt the wind pushing on the mask, I was never cold.The advertisement states that it is helmet friendly, and I can attest to that. The helmet I have normally is snug, and there was no problem putting it on while I was wearing this mask. It was also really easy to pull down around my neck when I went into my bank; don’t want to cause the tellers to reach for the panic button. Pulling it back up and on my head was just as quick as pulling it down.My only complaint I have is that I didn’t buy this years ago.

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