Giordana Windtex Hannibal Face Mask $29.95
Silence the cold.
We thought long and hard about how to describe the Giordana Windtex Hannibal Face Mask—and scared ourselves by thinking about the movie. Despite our fear, the Hannibal Face Mask keeps your face and ears covered and does a fantastic job of warming the air before it enters your lungs, thus making the ride home much more pleasant.
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- How to Measure:
- For best results, take measurements over your underwear.
- Measure under your arms, around the fullest part of your chest.
- Natural Waist:
- Measure around your natural waistline, keeping the tape a bit loose.
What community has to say
Does this interfere with the fit of a ski...
Does this interfere with the fit of a ski helmet? In other words, helmets have the ears covered, does this stay below what the helmet offers?
Help for reducing the fogging issues:
Used in combo. with any of Oakley's vented lenses, it's a 'help' for the fogging issues while wearing face coverings.
Buy it if you plan to ride in the cold!
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
It works great in terms of breathing warm air through the mask. Your lungs are really protected from the direct cold air. It also protects the cheeks and goes down around the neck slightly which offers some protection there as well. It is attached via velcro so is adjustable. It doesn't really cover the ears but this is solved by wearing an ear band to solve that problem. One last comment, I did experience a slight problem in that when I breathed out through the masks it would tend to fog up my road glasses. This was very annoying. So I would suggest glasses that really have good vents to prevent fogging.
If you wear glasses or goggles...
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
No good. I wear glasses. I slapped it on, fits well, etc.. but when exhaling the air vented right up under my eyes and fogged my lenses. Useless.
Made in Italy. Windtex. Odd, but really useful for those bloody cold days (and skiing).