There is no more comfortable way to keep your ears toasty warm than with a pair of bandless earwarers from Earbags Say goodbye to hat head and that uncomfortable band! Earbags gently wraps two layers of soft Polartec fleece around your ears to keep out the winter wind. Ultra snug and featherlight, the Swedish design makes Earbags the ideal choice for any outdoor activity, from dog walking to xc skiing.
$29.99 - $33.99
This contoured shape face mask wraps comfortably around your face, providing warmth and wind protection in cold conditions. A mesh breathing port lets you blow off steam in the backcountry.
This unique balaclava provides a depth of function on cold alpine days. The overlapping design covers your nose and face and can be peeled open easily when heat builds up.
Superior warmth with a rakish, debonair style. Built of a warm, comfortable and quick-drying wool/poly blend, and featuring Thermodynamic™ fabric tuck-away ear flaps, the Gatsby Cap™ is sure to keep you feeling warm, while its jaunty style ensures you always look so cool.
The classic Peruvian Hat protects your head with fleece earflaps. It combines windproof, all-mountain protection with soft fleece insulation, and the chin cord keeps the earflaps down during a blizzard or tied overhead when the sun is shining.
For high altitude mountaineering and touring in extreme environments the Wind Warrior Hat™ offers the toughest protection. Made of WINDSTOPPER® Technical Fleece your head and ears are fully protected against harsh winter winds and will stay warm even if it becomes wet. Wind Pro® ear panels provide protection but allow great ability to hear through the protective fabric. Contoured to fit snug to the head, a stretch panel at the back ensures a secure, snug fit.
The strategically placed PrimaLoft® One insulation of the Acetylene Cap™ provides warmth during highly-aerobic activity in ultra-cold conditions. Zippered fold-down earflaps provide extra protection in ruthless winter weather.
Stay toasty warm with our 400 gram merino wool fleece, constructed in a seven-panel Belgian style.
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