Reviewed by Hiker Hannah from Chapel Hill, NC on Tuesday, November 27, 2012
I took this to Colorado in October and used it mostly between 6pm and 8am when it was 25-35 degrees. It was a good base layer for my ears under a thick cap and was quite warm for my face and helped keep the wind off my neck. It stretched very well and both my boyfriend and I could wear it. I could even tuck it under my chin fairly comfortably if I wanted head/neck warmth, but a free face.
The only real problem I had was that after wearing it for even a few minutes, the moisture from my breath/talking would get it wet and the mouth part would stay wet, making it cold. For this reason, I mostly wore it tucked under my chin or at least tucked under my nose. I plan on wearing it to bike and I'm hoping that the wind will help keep it dry.