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yamcha 10-08-07 06:02 PM

Cold ears
 
I don't know about you guys but the thing that I hate the most about riding in cold weather (coming soon) is my ears getting frozen. It's just painful and so annoying that it could make me want to stop riding this winter. My hairstyle right now is spikey so I don't want to wear any kind of head wear that will cover my ears but also mess up my hairstyle. And I also, like to listen to music when I ride and the earphones seem like they might become a nuisance with ear mugs. So here is the solution:

Stereo ear warmers!

http://www.180s.com/sub_category.asp...=11&psku=70367

Though they cost $40 on the website, they are $29.99 at Sports Chalet.

14R 10-08-07 06:10 PM

That might be the only hope!

http://blogs.nypost.com/fashion/arch...a_headshot.jpg

hairytoes 10-09-07 09:08 AM

Get a buff http://www.rei.com/product/691367?cm...l_item*element

caotropheus 10-09-07 12:54 PM

Probably this might help even more
http://www.columbia.com/Product.aspx...&viewAll=False

yamcha 10-09-07 05:19 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by caotropheus (Post 5422033)

As I said, I don't want to mess up my hair. Anyways I can't use that thing since I usually stop by 7-11 or other convenient stores on my routes.

social suicide 10-09-07 07:52 PM

campmor sells little insulated ear bags.

jnb-rare 10-10-07 06:32 AM

How about one of these? This is a Canadian website, but I'm sure you can find at least some of these options locally.

http://www.velotique.com/headgear2.htm

mcalpik 10-10-07 03:33 PM

I find that when my ears get cold, my forehead is also suffering, so I just use an ear band from Pearl Izumi. If fits with or without a helmet, and can also cover prt of the back for the neck with can also get cold.

http://www.pearlizumi.com/product.ph...product_id=524

With the weather change here in Chicago, mine will be getting lots of use!

juggleandhope 10-10-07 07:36 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by 14R (Post 5416825)
That might be the only hope!

LOL


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