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Thermax Headliner

 
 

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$15.99

 

 
 

Item # 2205

 


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  • Perfect on its own or under a helmet, this headliner is thin enough for comfort but packs a lot of warmth! With 4-way stretch, this liner can be worn down as a neck gaiter, up as a helmet liner hood, and as a full balaclava without bagging out from stretch or pulling too tight for circulation! A versitile layer for the wicked winter we`re about to have!
  • Features:
  • Thin wicking head, face, neck warmer
  • Ultra-thin THERMAX® wicking warmth
  • Warm, dry, wicking comfort seals out the cold
  • Made with flat seam construction for comfortable fit
  • 4-way stretch
  • 4-in-1 : works as a Helmet Liner, Balaclava, Skull Liner, and Neck-Up
  • Fabric: Stretch polyester, Ultra Thin Thermax
  • Easy care: machine wash and dry on cool temperature setting

Average of 2 customer reviews:


Eric Evans - alpiner
Kirkwood, MO
November 2016

Thermax Headliner
5/5 Avg. Product Rating

Age Range: 35-44
Gender: male
How Long Have You Been Using This Product: More than 2 years
Seirus makes a ton of great products, this one included. It keeps your head, face, and neck warm all at the same time by utilizing body heat. It also fits great under a ski or snowboard helmet. A must have in the winter.

Melissa W - Staff Review
OFallon, IL
January 2017

Works with a helmet
4/5 Avg. Product Rating

Age Range: 26-34
Gender: female
I am a cyclist, and in winter it is a forever battle to be properly suited for a cold weather ride. I like balaclavas because its something that covers everything you need, without being difficult to manage. Its already on your head, so you dont have to struggle with it to pull it up like you would a neck gaiter. Its already covering your ears, and when I dont need my mouth covered, I just tuck it under my chin. Most importantly it fits under helmet, most things like hats or hoods will not. If its extra cold, this thin material might not be 100% enough, but if Im active enough, it still does what I need it to, which is taking the raw air off my skin.