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Burton First Layer Midweight Neck Gaiter

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  • DryRide
  • Moisture Wicking
Recommended Use:
  • Snowboarding
Manufacturer Warranty: 30 Day

Description: Burton First Layer Midweight Neck Gaiter

Key Features of the Burton First Layer Midweight Neck Gaiter:
  • DRYRIDE Ultrawick™ Stretch Jersey Fabric
  • Quick-Drying and Highly Breathable
  • UPF 50Rating

First Layer Midweight

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Burton First Layer Midweight Neck Gaiter
Already Asked: 3 Questions, 18 Answers
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Kelsey J: This was sold out on virtually every other site! It's what I wanted and couldn't find anywhere else. Dec 7, 2013
EUNICE K: Because it is what my grandson wants for Christmas Dec 2, 2013
lauri s: son selected it Dec 2, 2013
abel g: because I needed it Nov 30, 2013
Danny C: Full neck and face coverage Nov 30, 2013
Kevin R: I feel this would enable me to breath better under windy conditions. Also, under extreme conditions it would be wise to breath in warmer air than freezing so the lung capillaries wont freeze when gasping for air. Nov 25, 2013
Benjamin P: sweet pattern Nov 3, 2013
Collin E: lightweight and looks good Oct 13, 2013
A shopper asked: Is it warm? Dec 2, 2013
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Steven D: Yeah, its pretty warm. i haven't been able to wear it to the snow yet but i got to wear it under my motorcycle helmet when it was about 45 degrees outside and i was riding on the highway. it helped a lot and made it a very comfortable ride. Dec 2, 2013
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Kevin C: It is a thin layered gaiter. Although, I find that it is very breathable and durable. And it doesn't get soaked when you find yourself breathing into it a lot. The moisture goes right through and allows for easy breathing. Dec 2, 2013
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Justin H: I think it is perfect. I hate having something heavy over my face restricting my breathing and this is lightweight enough and still warm enough for me. The fabric is similar to a cold weather under armor in my opinion. Dec 3, 2013
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T. Pearce: Yes. It's some how Warm, Lightweight, easily breathable, wind resistant, comfortable and covers the majority of the face. I had one, lost it for a day then decided it was worth the money to purchase another. Dec 5, 2013
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Peter G: Yeah it's real warm. I live in upper Wisconsin and wear this on the hill and biking to work. As warm as any facemask I have ever worn, just looks doper. Dec 7, 2013
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Chalon L: Yeah it works great, I used it 3 days in a row around 20-40 in Colorado face was never cold. Even wore a ball cap with it onc day Dec 2, 2013
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Benjamin P: Yes! Its thin and breathable. But still plenty warm. Dec 10, 2013
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Brian asked: is this warmer than the Expedition / Lightweight Neck gaiter?? Jan 15, 2014
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Chad S: I am not familiar with the expedition, but this is pretty thin material. It's basically just a sleeve of dry-fit t-shirt material. It cuts the wind chill for sure, but that's about it. Jan 16, 2014
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Brian: is it warmer then theBurton First Layer Expedition/Lightweight Neck Warmer Facemask to be specific Jan 15, 2014
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Benjamin W: No

Jan 15, 2014
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