Reviewed by Katie from Washington on Thursday, October 3, 2013
I am an adult female with a smaller than average head (I usually wear children's glasses and hats; my circumference at temple is 21"), and this balaclava in medium fits perfectly! I am going to order a back-up spare because finding another later that is such high quality low-pile fleece & finish wo...
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Reviewed by Navy George from South Carolina on Wednesday, January 28, 2015
I bought this to use while riding a bicycle in the winter. It is not stretchy, making it a bit difficult to put on and take off. It has a mesh part around the nose for better breathing, plus it doesn't fog up the glasses. It covers the head, face, and neck well.
Reviewed by dippy from wisconsin on Friday, January 16, 2015
the balaclavas were as offered. the fit was rather snug for me because my head size (7 3/8) was at the maximum accommodation.
i think i would purchase a larger one next time.
however, i do wear them and they work well in our cold weather.
Reviewed by Court in a Canoe from the Ozarks on Thursday, January 1, 2015
It is okay. Pros it is thin and fits under my cycling helmet with ease. My ears were toasty warm and it did seem wind resistant. Cons It has a wide eye space and part of my forehead is exposed. Also it has a mesh square around the nose. So my nose feels no protection from the elements. I went on a relatively short bike ride (15 miles) and had to add a hat to protect my forehead and a gaiter to protect my nose.
I would think on a short walk or on a brisk day vs. the 20 degree day I went biking it would probably keep you warm enough.
To measure your head size correctly, measure around the largest part of your head, with the tape measure just above the brow. The adult head sizes below (in approximate inches) should put you in the general size range.|S(21-1/8" to 21Â½") M(21-7/8" to 22Â¼") L(22-5/8" to 23") XL(23Â½" to 23-7/8")
Answered on 4/7/2010 12:00:00 AM by Customer Care from Sierra Trading Post
To measure your head size correctly, measure around the largest part of your head, with the tape measure just above the brow. Then use that measurement in inches to find the correct hat for you.
Answered on 2/11/2010 12:00:00 AM by Customer Care from Sierra Trading Post