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Originally Posted by Shannon-UT
That helmet windscreen thing maybe an option. The goggles may be the best option, but with regular glasses, helmet, fleece headband, gaitor I got alot going on around my head already. But I guess it may just come to that.
I commute in Boston, every year there are a couple weeks when it's 10 degrees and the wind really whips along the river. I've tried a lot of different things. That windscreen isn't going to do anything for you. Ski goggles are the only thing that really block the wind. They work fine with a helmet. One of these things replaces a hat and scarf and fits under a helmet.

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