Outdoor Research Face Mask

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Retailers' Descriptions

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Keep your face warm and protected on winter excursions with this Outdoor Research face mask, combining the wind protection of WINDSTOPPER fleece with a highly breathable, water-resistant nylon shell. Shell: 100% nylon. Lining: 100% Gore-Tex WINDSTOPPER polyester fleece. Breathing port: Polyester mesh. Machine wash and dry. Rear hook-and-loop closure lets you take mask off without removing your helmet or hat. Contoured shape fits comfortably. Flat seam construction prevents chafing. Polyester-mesh breathing port prevents spindrifts from getting in your nose. Imported.

- L.L.Bean

Description of Outdoor Research Face MaskThis contoured shape face mask wraps comfortably around your face, providing warmth and wind protection in cold conditions. A mesh breathing port lets you blow off steam in the backcountry. FeaturesBreathablewater-resistant WindStopper Soft Shell fabric with fleece backingFlat-seam constructionContoured shapeMesh breathing portRear hookloop size adjustmentElastane trimAvg. weight 1.2 oz.33 g size L

- US Outdoor Store

On Sale. Outdoor Research Face Mask FEATURES of the Outdoor Research Face Mask Breathable Water resistant Flat-seam construction Contoured shape Mesh breathing port Rear hook/loop size adjustment Elastane trim

- Moosejaw

When your work or play pits you outside against mother nature's wrath, protect yourself with Outdoor Research's Face Mask. Shield yourself from nasty winds and biting cold with the breathable and water-resistant WINDSTOPPER Soft Shell fabric and a contoured fit that wraps around your face for full-on wind protection and increased warmth.

- Mountain Gear

The contoured Outdoor Research face mask wraps comfortably around your face, providing warmth and wind protection while you're climbing exposed ridges and carving turns down snowy slopes.