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Gore Bike WearUniversal Windstopper Face Warmer

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Item # GBW0142

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Super-commuter’s official facemask.

Whether you’re anonymously fighting crime in your free time or you just need a winter face cover to block the wind and keep you warm, the Gore Bike Wear Face Warmer has you covered.

  • Nose and mouth openings let water vapor from your breath escape without getting your face soggy
  • WindStopper fabric blocks wind to make your cheeks a little less rosy
  • Sides cover your lower ears - the part your beanie never seems to reach

Tech Specs
Tech Specs
Recommended Use
keeping warm
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

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I can almost completely cover my face!

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
  • Fit: Runs large
  • Size Bought: universal

This face warmer keeps a great deal of the cool air away from the mouth and the lungs. I like the design that allows it to cover my ears as well. One downside is that the facemask is a little large and a taught fit is not possible. The mask often slips down off the face while riding and I had to lift it up often onto my nose.

One size doesn't fit all

  • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
  • Fit: Runs small

Really unhappy with the way this thing fit and returned it immediately. I've got a normal sized head & neck, so I was surprised by how poorly this thing fit. The nose cover barely covered my nose (and was stretching a lot to do so), but the biggest problem is the way it secures low behind your neck & leaves all of the material above the neck unsupported. Thus, there's nothing to stop the facial material from flapping in the wind, or getting moved out of place as you move your head around. What the designers were thinking, I don't know.

Cycling face masks seem to work for some riders, but not for others (they slide down, especially when one turns their head). Personally, I've had much better success riding in winter with the Gore wind-stopper balaclava. It *can't* slide down. Love it.

Excellent fit

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size
  • Size Bought: small

I have use it for rock climbing, trail running and mtbiking. It has worked great for all porpuses. Construction is great and makes getting a propper fit very easy. I highly recomend this product for chilly weather and some moderate rain in combination with a good rainproof hoody.

Warm Face, no snotcicles

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I like this face warmer for the coldest of mornings. My face overheats pretty quickly, so I like a face warmer that can be moved up and down depending on speed and temperature.

For its purpose, this product is designed well. It covers your face and lets the worst of your breath pass through without clogging your glasses.

Avg. ride time: 2h 11m per week
  • Average ride time is based on Strava activity over the last 3 months. Give your reviews credibility by connecting your account.

Keeps the wind away

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This can be used in combination with a beanie and your glasses and get virtually complete facial coverage. I ride outdoors year round in New England and I've got a substantial arsenal of winter accessories to keep me going in the deep winter. My preference for this product is on days that are more windy than cold. Reason being is this item is really good at keeping the wind off, but it doesn't do much for insulation. The other downside is it's really difficult to drink with this on. You need to pull the whole thing down to free your mouth. Which can be cumbersome with bulky winter gloves and nearly impossible with lobster gloves.

Overall though a very good product, that I'm very glad I have

Avg. ride time: 8h 10m per week
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Not what I was expecting

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Decent product. I bought this after pushing my riding season much to far into winter without any gear. After a lunch ride that would have you ready for the dentist(literally numb to the point of being speachless) I needed something. This isnt so much a face warmer as it is a layer of gore windstopper, this definitely helped get ride of the numb jaw.

My only complaints are the bare spot between my beanie and facemask at the top of my ears that I cant seam to be able to cover with this combo. The other issue is the moisture build up in the mask around the mouth that funnels up to fog my glasses and makes the mask wet. since the mask velcro's in the back its all or nothing.

For the really cold days(so cold the inside of your nose freezes) its definitely a help.

Don't waste your money

    I own both this model and the balaclava model. RealCyclist offers both. I'm writing a review for each.

    This model is a waste of money. No matter how loose or tight I fasten it, no matter whether I fasten it high or low, it won't stay where it's supposed to. Lift your head, drop your head, look slightly left or right, look over your shoulder for traffic - the mask won't follow your movements.

    In my experience, gravity takes over - the mask slides down as I move my head. I've tried it multiple times, and every time have removed it in frustration within 5 minutes.

    Don't waste your money. RealCyclist's 1-star rating description, "Straight up sucks", is appropriate for this product.

    With another winter season approaching here in the North, am looking for a product like this, or at least, one which will do as this one claims...have you found anything better yet???

    I'll check back...I'm sure other's who have to deal with harsh winters might be looking for something like this, too.

    Thanks for your time.