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Outfit your little ones with more than just a pompom hat this winter - give them Outdoor Research's Helmetclava, a wind-blocking balaclava that protects their faces with WINDSTOPPER Soft Shell fabric. Keep delicate young skin warmer and free of windburn with a nylon fleece exterior, a heat-trapping Thermodynamic fabric crown, and a looped polypropylene interior while they breathe comfortably through the ventilated breathing port.
- Mountain Gear
Outdoor Research Kids' Helmetclava FEATURES of the Outdoor Research Kids' Helmetclava Breathable Windproof Wicking Flat-seam construction Laser cut holes for breathing port SPECIFICATIONS of the Outdoor Research Kids' Helmetclava Weight: (M/L): 1.9 oz / 54 g Wind stopper Soft Shell 94% Nylon, 6% spandex Motion Fleece neck 95% polyester, 5% spandex Thermo dynamic fabric crown and ear panels 63% nylon, 23% polyester, 14% spandex Durable nylon face Looped polyester interior This product can only be shipped within the United States. Please don't hate us.
You may not be able to tell your kids apart, but at least they'll be warm in the Outdoor Research Helmetclava. This Gore WindStopper balaclava covers all but the little ones' eyes and fits nicely under helmets to help them stay warm on viciously cold ski days. When you can't figure out which kid you are riding the lift with, little holes in front allow for communication and necessary air-flow.
Thoughtfully constructed to provide protection while fitting under a helmet, the Kids Outdoor Research Helmetclava keeps your youngsters warm in stormy conditions. WINDSTOPPER Soft Shell fabric is used where the worst of the weather hits; their face and front of the neck. Soft, insulating Motion Fleece at the back of the neck provides added warmth. Thermodynamic fabric at the crown and ear panels fits smoothly under a helmet without bulk and doesnt block sound from traveling to their ears so that they can hear you when the wind is noisy. A ventilating breathing port and breathable fabric allows body heat and the moisture of breath to escape so that they stay dry, warm, and comfortable for a big day in the snow.
- Altrec Outdoors