Any skier or snowboarder should always carry beanies, facemasks, and balaclavas with them. It's crucial to shield your face and head from the elements when the temperature drops.
These kinds of products are made from a wide variety of materials. To mention a few, there is synthetic wicking, cotton, fleece, and merino wool. We offer a variety of thickness and warmth from top brands in the market such as Anon, Burton, Dakine, DC, IceBreaker, Quiksilver and many more.
It's crucial to think about your snowboard jacket, goggles, and helmet arrangement before buying these goods. Some individuals favour a thin merino balaclava that fits well under a helmet, while others want a thick neckwarmer made of fleece that only covers the neck. No matter what you prefer, we have something for you!
Facemasks and neckwarmers are a very important part of your ski equipment. If you are skiing or snowboarding overseas it becomes even more important as the temperature can get down to -20 degrees.
XTM and Burton are some of the most popular manufacturers for face-masks and neck-warmers.
Balaclavas as becoming popular with people who ski and snowboard in Japan as these cover the side of your face and can be worn under a helmet. Merino wool neck warmers are very popular as they give maximum warmth with very little bulk.
When you hit the snow, ski masks offer the utmost warmth, comfort, and safety. Using a snug ski mask, balaclava mask, or neck warmer when skiing or snowboarding will protect your face and neck from severe windburn, sunburn, or frostbite.
Speeding down the slopes might cause snow, insects, or other unpleasant things to get inside your mouth and nose. Make sure you are properly protected by using a full face ski mask and remembering your helmet and ski goggles!