Coal M.T.N Neckwarmer

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Consider the moisture-wicking Coal M.T.N Neckwarmer the pinnacle of face- and mouth-covering technology. Lightweight and soft polyester wraps around your neck and over your nose so frostbite won’t ruin your historically deep powder days with wind-scoured cheeks and a chill-blackened schnoze.
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Coal M.T.N Neckwarmer Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

cold day, warm day, slushy, snowy, windy... I have this on every time I ride. light enough that it doesn't bother me if I pull it down and have it around my neck, also light and breathable enough if I tuck it under my helmet and goggles to protect the face. I don't feel like I'm suffocating.

matt at Backcountry.com on 07/26/2013

I've used this gaiter for almost a full season, and it has held up well. On occasion, it was even too warm. But the best part is that it hasn't stretched at all and it still stays up to block the wind.

dhjp406149 at Backcountry.com on 02/28/2013

I gave these to my kids this Christmas so that they would get COAL in their stockings, but seriously, pretty useful except it is difficult to work around your helmet strap. Overall I am glad I bought them.

kev3750638 at Backcountry.com on 01/18/2012

Negative Reviews:

for me, this was very loose and wouldn't stay up around my neck. and it wasn't long enough to tuck into my goggles and jacket. i wore it once skiing and i guess lost it that day, because i can't find it anywhere. fabric wasn't bad, felt light and cool, but it wasn't right for me.

dawn cardinale at Backcountry.com on 12/16/2012