Seirus Women's Combo Clava

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Seirus Combo Clava
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Seirus Combo Clava -

This soft, warm balaclava offers maximum protection from stinging rain, snow and ice.

For sizing, measure circumference of head just below your nose. Size S/M fits 20 - 24 inches and size L/XL fits 22 - 26 inches.

Imported.

Fabric:

  • Warm, plush fleece covers your head and neck, while light, breathable Neofleece®; covers your forehead and chin
  • Main balaclava made from midweight stretch fleece

Insulation:

  • Wear it as a balaclava or fold it down to protect just the lower face

Weather and Wind:

  • Windproof and waterproof fleece-lined neoprene face mask for warm, quick-drying comfort

Features:

  • Supplies superb protection for alpine skiing, snowboarding, hiking or nearly any outdoor sport in nasty winter weather
  • Ideal for skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, ice climbing, and hiking
Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS)
A breathable, four-way-stretch fleece hood with a Neofleece face mask.

Country of Origin: Imported

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Also available for: Men
Activity:Snowsports
Fabric:Polyester fleece/neoprene
Hat style:Balaclava
Moisture wicking:Yes
Quick drying:Yes
Type:Balaclavas
Waterproof:No

Seirus Combo Clava Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Great for full head coverage

I picked this up when I was working outside on Keystone Mountain in Colorado. Whenever the temp dropped below 0, I would use this instead of a regular hat. I also used it on a variety of bike and backcountry adventures, since it is possible the best solution I've found for fighting wind on cold snowy days.

It fits great under helmets, which is why I give it 5 stars. As a standalone piece of gear, its a little thin and frankly, makes you look like a ninja. The only con is that the mouth fleece panel gets a little wet from exhalation, but the ventilation is much better than any other solution I've found. When temps get to -10 and below, that part would freeze, making it very stiff if I pulled it down to take a sip from my camelbak.
Snack Camel at REI on 11/11/2009

Perfect for Snow Sports

Tried on every balaclava and mask available at my local REI, and this one won out by a long shot. First impressions: Not too tight on my neck, and my lips/mouth aren't in contact with the material (a huge disadvantage to traditional balaclavas in my opinion).

Primary use for me is snowboarding - I wear this under my helmet with my jacket zipped up and don't need to wear a hat or scarf. The plus side of this is that it stays put, it protects my skin from the cold and wind, and I can breathe through it. I don't need to constantly adjust a scarf, fix a hat, or pull a wet, frozen mask away from my mouth. On its own, it looks a little ridiculous, but under a helmet and goggles it looks pretty impressive.
Aíne at REI on 02/02/2011

Best one I have use yet

I have this clava, but only in blaze hunter orange. I went with the orange incase I have to make a bright signal.
I used this everytime its cold here in Colorado Springs. Makes great head wear for that. I also use it over my head and mouth when I am camping in the cold weather. Keeps my head warm all night!
What I like most is that you can wear it just as a scarf, but if you start breathing cold air, pull it right back over your mouth.
neoakaj at REI on 02/02/2010

Works at minus 30

I wear this on my snow machine or four wheeler (depending on the season and conditions). Most of my riding is done back and forth to our cabin or hauling material around the cabin for various projects and not purely recreational. I've worn this on the snow machine as cold as -30F. Of course you still need goggles and a very warm hat - but if you've ridden a snow machine you know that face protection is a must.
Riverjunkie at REI on 03/03/2013

Effective but not ideal cut

I highly recommend this for cold weather. You'll love it for that. But the eyehole is way to large and open cut. I have a large head but I found the L size to be too large for my eyes/goggles leaving too large of an area exposed (though this also allows you to pull it over your head to make it a scarf).

The prob with the S/M is that it's too tight for my face.
Moondog at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 02/02/2007

Protects and fits where it matters

The neofleece face panel protects from the wind and elements, while the rest of my head luxuriates in normal stretchy fleece. Even with the neofleece face panel, this was as comfortable as any balaclava I've ever worn. My only beef is that the non-neofleece part could be a thicker fleece, but then it wouldn't fit under a helmet. In cold winds you'll want to wear a hat and some neck protection to back up the normal fleece.
BrianOfAtlanta at REI on 01/01/2009

seirus combo clava

The combo clava provided the added protection I needed. I participate in snowshoeing, cross country and walking my dogs. It is warm and has protection for the face & neck. It's a little awkward though when you pull down the face prtection to use as a neck "gaiter" or when you pull the face protection down. That part could use some improvement. For the price I felt it was true to size and a good buy.
vicky at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 02/02/2011

I have bought this product again & again

I like this item and I would buy one for anyone who had to be outside during cold or windy weather. I bought one before and lost it but I am happy that I have this new one. The mouth/face guard also helps to keep some of the heat/moisture so you do not inhale cold air. But it does seem to fog up glasses or sunglasses when the mouth/face guard is raised.
Joe Smith at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 02/02/2008

keeps my face warm, easy to breathe

This kept my face warm and it was easy to breathe through. I have only worn it out hiking so far, so I wasn't breathing really hard, but it seemed to work well. The part in front of my mouth stayed pretty dry. It was pretty cold when I wore it, so initially I did wear a hat with it too, but I took the hat off as I warmed up.
Page1445 at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 01/01/2014

Lightweight, comfortable and warm!

My son was looking for a face mask that he could wear on daily walks and outings. This mask is extremely lightweight, and very warm. Versatile in terms of wearing options, as well. The only thing I don't like about it is that the shape of the nosepiece and the breathing holes for the mouth section combine to give it a sort of Freddy Kruger look...
Boingercat at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 11/11/2010

Negative Reviews:

Slips down under my nose

I bought this balaclava for alpine skiing in extremely cold conditions (single digits or negative temps fahrenheit not including wind chill). After using it for the first time this week for one full day of skiing, I found it to be less than perfect. The Neoprene/fleece face portion is shaped so that it slips down under my nose and I had to constantly pull it back up - difficult to do with poles and mittens on your hands. It just doesn't seem to be shaped properly and I think my chin is pulling it down. It's certainly better than using a scarf or a neck gaitor to cover your face but it could have been shaped better so it stays up.
Lorenzo at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 02/02/2011

Black Marks

I wore this once for about an hour while outside. I came home, took it off and there were black marks all over my face (think Ahnuld from "Commando") and my fingers looked ink-stained. Although it is functional, I can only describe this product in one word: FAIL.
dj4our at REI on 11/11/2010

What's this? Examples didn't "open."

Fit was poor -- moved around under my ski helmet.
Howie at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 03/03/2008

Neutral Reviews:

The color is terrible!

My son and I wear ours every day, either as a neck warmer, hat, ear warmer, etc. But my brother's wife wouldn't let him get one because she said it made him look like a terrorist. Well, she's right. Would you please make it in less-threatening colors? Safety orange would be nice. But just a simple blue, or red.
Andy at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 01/01/2011

Its OK

I would recommend this only if you try it on first. The nose-piece keeps slipping down and will not stay in place for me. After a while the mouthpiece gets wet and then gets cold. It might be best to pull it down and let it breath from time to time.
prfleer at REI on 01/01/2010