Gore Bike Wear Universal SO Face Warmer

Priced: $25.17 Rated:   - 2 stars out of 5 by 2 reviews.
Gore Bike Wear Universal SO Face Warmer
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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.

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Gore Bike Wear Universal SO Face Warmer Reviews:

Negative Reviews:

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.

John in PA at Backcountry.com on 02/22/2012

Neutral Reviews:

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.

Troy Rutherford at Backcountry.com on 10/16/2013