BULA Adult Wind/Snow-Resistant Helmet Liner

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This super-versatile and comfortable BULA® helmet liner is 100% snow/wind resistant and can also act as a balaclava or neck gaiter. The bitter elements are repelled by Polartec® Power Stretch fabric, which is highly durable, breathable, stretchy, and smooth. Its neoprene exterior is also 100% waterproof, and an interior fleece lining provides lasting warmth.

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Features



  • Body: 94% polyester, 6% spandex
  • Face: 80% neoprene, 20% polyester
  • 100% wind and snow resistant
  • Can also be used as a balaclava or neck gaiter
  • Waterproof neoprene exterior
  • Soft and warm interior fleece construction
  • Made in Canada

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BULA Adult Wind/Snow-Resistant Helmet Liner
 
4.0

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4.0

Great for cycling in the winter

By MT

from Chicago, IL

About Me Budget Shopper

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Pros

  • Fits Under My Helmet
  • Very Warm

Cons

  • Slightly Restricts Sight

Best Uses

  • For Self/Couple
  • Portable Use

Comments about BULA Adult Wind/Snow-Resistant Helmet Liner:

I'm really impressed with this face mask. I ride my bike in the winter in Chicago and it's just a life saver against those freezing wind chills. It doesn't get too warm and it covers my face with out being too tight. The only downside is that it restricts my line of sight when I'm checking over my shoulder, but it's not too drastic I just have to move my head a little more. It's very soft and the neck part goes down far so I don't have to wear a scarf. For any winter riders out there I definitely recommend this!

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