BULA Adult Microfleece Helmet Liner

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This BULA® helmet liner provides the toasty comfort you need to have the best possible time on the powder. The soft and stretchy Polartec® microfleece construction is exceptionally lightweight, durable, breathable, and quick to dry.

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Features



  • Top: 87% polyester, 13% spandex
  • Bottom: 100% polyester
  • Polartec® microfleece construction is highly durable, breathable, lightweight, and quick to dry
  • Made in Canada

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BULA Adult Microfleece Helmet Liner
 
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4.0

Helmet liner

By rvrguyd

from Lancaster, PA

About Me Midrange Shopper

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Pros

  • Cleans Easily
  • Easy to Use
  • Light weight

Cons

  • Not For Extreme Cold

Best Uses

  • Bicycling And Mod Execise

Comments about BULA Adult Microfleece Helmet Liner:

I would not call this "exceptionally warm" as described in the ad. It is a lightweight liner and if used in cold/windy conditions, you may need a second layer to retain head warmth. I bought this for bicycle riding when temps could be 32-50 degrees. Works fine for that but I know at 0-20 degrees skiing that another layer would be required.

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