I had this silver skull mask that I wore around campus for most of the winter. I got it for halloween.
(but I don't think thats what you mean )
I did in the winter but I'm guessing that's not the type of mask you are referring to
I wore a Respro on a motorcycle in Japan....
I got mine in a cycling shop in Yokohama but....amazon sells them
Where? Nyuk, nyuk.
Yeah sometimes I forget to take it off from the night before....
^so you are into some kinky **** fantasies, huh?
I had a Kabuki 51177IjXbTL._SL500_.jpg mask i'd worn
while riding me Bridgestone Kabuki SST.
It matched the headbadge spot on.
bike and mask both gone now.
Nothing worn now besides me ivy "newsboy" cap upon
me surly or SE PB or Pashley Guv'nor.
mask? wtf? NO
I wear a plain grey Merino Wool 'buff' on cold nights.... keeps the ears, face, and neck nice and warm....
it's like a long knitted tube or sorts, I usually double it up over itself....
I know the website domain name sounds gay as hell, but check out their products....
you can also find them on ebay, which is where I purchased mine....
....Used, but not used up....
Yeah, respro riding and I wear medical masks on the train too.
I ride in very cold weather, and I have experimented with face protection.
I find my nose and cheekbones take the cold the worst.
Global Vision Big Ben Over-the-Glasses Goggles sufficiently cover my nose and cheekbones and make it possible to ride down to minus 15 F.
At those temperatures, you need anti-fog stuff:
Ask me about gloves.
powers, tell us about CLE.
Originally Posted by politely removedwell, here's some for you! everything's for sale...
an inexpensive wool liner glove, like Smart Wool glove liners for $18 ($14 if you shop around)
with those cheap cotton-poly white gardening gloves over the top, $5 for a dozen pair
will keep my hands comfortably warm down to 0 degrees fahrenheit, if I have good bar tape to keep my handlebars from acting as a heat sink.
The cotton gloves wash up nice, or you can throw them away, and they protect the wool liners from snags and abrasion.
I have no idea why this combo works as well as it does, even in the rain, but it does.
Plus, the white gloves make your hands and you much more visible; and, if the gloves get too warm, just take them off and they fit easily into a pocket.
And the white gloves alone, without the liners, make cool mornings and nights pleasant without over heating.