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Old 10-03-23, 01:29 PM
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Old 10-04-23, 09:31 AM
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Originally Posted by CAT7RDR
Balaclava. Wide selection of varying materials and weights.
Great for those mountain rides when you want to cover your neck, ears, head and up to your nose.
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I will. Seirus Magnamask . I cut the bit that connected the face part so I can stick it in my pocket or a bag when not needed.
Then just aim it at my face and it clips in place by itself. Can wash the face part without the rest.

Let me ride to mid-december last year in close to freezing weather.

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Thin wool beanie and beard.
If really cold (below 15deg F or so), add helmet cover and replace beanie with thin wool balaclava.
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Originally Posted by Craptacular8
I ride through winter. Most of the cold, I am good with a light weight wool stocking cap under my helmet that covers my ears...I sometimes have to put a headband/ear cover on under the cap to make sure I capture all of my ears. I pair it with varying thicknesses of buffs depending on how cold it is, and I typically end up tugging them down during the ride as I warm up. For stupid cold, I use the Cold Avenger. It will fog glasses/goggles/eye shields though, as pretty much anything will eventually. It does keep me warmer, and able to ride in -10F and colder though.
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Old 10-04-23, 03:38 PM
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I use helmet liners made for snowmobiling, all you need is a vary thin one.
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