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He might not think about things like head colds and pneumonia when he's out skiing, but you do, so throw the Spyder Boys' Shelter Balaclava over his noggin and rest assured that his little head is warm and cozy when he's out in the cold.

- Backcountry.com

Keep your neck and noggin warm on those bitterly cold winter days in the Spyder Shelter Balaclava for boys. This neck gaiter with a built-in hat provides superb cold weather protection in one pull-on piece. Made from incredibly soft, moisture-wicking brushed micro fleece with anti-pill finish, this balaclava will keep you warm season after season.

- Altrec Outlet

Description of Spyder Shelter Balaclava - BoysWhen wind-chill threatens a good day on the hill, combat the weather with the Boys Shelter Balaclava, comprised of super soft, anti-pill micro-fleece.FeaturesCustom Spyder Screen Print Web GraphicCustom Spyder Logo

- US Outdoor Store

The lightweight Spyder Shelter balaclava is an ideal extra layer for a boy's head and face in extreme cold. Thin polyester hood with flat seams fits easily under helmets or hats. Microfleece neck warmer is soft against the skin, dries quickly and keeps kids warm even when wet.


Custom Spyder screenprint web graphic, Custom Spyder embroidered logo.

- Massey's Outfitters

Spyder Boys' Shelter Balaclava


The Boys' Shelter Balaclava has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$14.99 - $25.00

The Spyder Boys' Shelter Balaclava is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen December 24, 2014 at Backcountry.com.

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