Face Masks

Recent Face Mask Reviews

rated 5 of 5 stars
PolarWrap Exchanger II

Helps keep core temperature. Reduces condensation inside tent or tarp. I initially purchased the Polar Wrap Warm Air Mask for the heat exchanger, to use my out-breath to warm my in-breath because Montana winters are severe. This helps maintain my core temperature. For backpacking, it is my experience the Exchanger II does not impede my breathing at all. I also found out I am able to extend the sleeping bag or sleeping quilt comfort rating to lower temperatures. I also do not have the same condensation… Full review

rated 5 of 5 stars
Gator Sports Gator Duo

This is awesome. It is microfleece on your neck and back of head (feels so soft and cozy!), and neoprene in-lined with fleece on face and ears(flexible and warm, good against wind, also soft and cozy). I have a small and it fits very well (I'm 5'7", 135 lb female), and the Velcro stick-together in back ensures a customized fit to your face no matter what your shape. The velcro isn't annoying at all, and makes it very easy to put on without hassle (personally, I like that it keeps my hair in place… Full review

rated 4 of 5 stars
Matarik Powderhound Bandana

This balaclava mask is designed for powder days. It will keep you warm in the harshest conditions. This neck gaiter is waterproof breathable with a zippered vent on the front for breathability and moisture control. I tried this thing out skiing and it worked great. When I was on the lift and it was snowing sideways I zipped it closed. When I was charging hard I unzipped it and was able to breathe. I would make a few modifications though; Less is more. It seems that the ski mask could do without… Full review

rated 5 of 5 stars
Sir Joseph Camp 5 - Down Mask

These masks protect both the head and neck. They have approx. 150g / 6 ozs of 650 fill down so your head will feel like it is totally enclosed in a thick cushion of soft down. Wherever air temperatures are far below 0' or wind chill is a serious problem, this mask will provide at least another 20 to 30'C of protection if worn under a hood. Even on their own your head will be warm at -20'C. Full review

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