face covering

Forums Mountain Bike Forum face covering

Viewing 9 reply threads
  • Author
    Posts
    • #92801

      I live in Superior Wi, having moved here from Seattle WA this past May. I bike to work most mornings and today was about 32 degrees on my way. doable, but I want something to cover my face. Any recommendations?

      jason

    • #92802

      A beard… 😆

    • #92803

      Seriously though, I see a lot of other bike commuters here in Colorado using these:

      http://www.rei.com/product/725711
      Image

    • #92804
      "maddslacker" wrote

      Seriously though, I see a lot of other bike commuters here in Colorado using these:

      http://www.rei.com/product/725711
      Image

      That would be my recommendation too. I have one I wear snowboarding, but I’ve worn it a time or two on the trail when the wind chill was too much for me.

    • #92805

      I use the beard.

    • #92806

      I use a mask just like that one,I think it might be another brand but it works great.I dont know if it works better than maddslacker’s beard but it works pretty darn good. 😼

    • #92807

      ski masks work too, although they can get kind of gross if you get one made from acrylic like I did

    • #92808

      I guess I am a sissy but I use a beard and a balaclava.

      http://www.bikeman.com/CL6127.html?utm_ … GoogleBase

      While mine is older and not as thick I love it!

    • #92809
      "Funrover" wrote

      While mine is older and not as thick I love it!

      The beard?

    • #92810

      LOL, I meant the Balaclava. The beard is good to go.

Viewing 9 reply threads

You must be logged in to reply to this topic.