Respirant // Effet mèche // Les empreintes en silicone maintiennent les lunettes en place // Le capuchon se rabat pour évacuer l'excès de chaleur
54% nylon, 41% brushed polyester, 5% spandex 150-weight fleece
Avg. Weight (oz./g): 1.8oz / 51g (L/XL)
Avis du client
- Funny Name Good Stuff (Review by Docray)
Yes, the name almost keep me from buying this. I was expecting to get ribbed for a long time, then I put it on this winter and everybody wanted one. It kept me warm, dry and is adjustable enough I didn't overheat on the most taxing movements; or freeze when sitting for hours, even in windy exposed belays (I do use the hood on my jacket).
I recommend getting this if you are on the fence about the name, 'forget about it'.
(Posté le 09/05/14)
- Fantastic winter riding piece (Review by Simon)
I'm a year round bike commuter in Madison, WI. I ride my bike about 40 minutes each way five days a week. Temps during January and February are typically in the 20s but sometimes dip beneath zero. The Ninjaclava has been an essential piece of gear for my winter rides. It fits comfortably beneath a helmet and its wind stopper exterior really does keep the cold air out, while the fleece liner is just about perfect for anyone who's active and moving around in the cold. It keeps me warm in the midst of serious winter conditions without being overly hot and sweaty when it warms up a touch. You won't be sweat free if you go on extended trips in this but you won't be soaking either.
The face mask component does a good job of covering up the nose but also stretches down beneath the chin just fine for those not so cold days.
I've used the Ninjaclava for two years for about four months a year five days a week. It's stood up to regular use very well.
In terms of cons, it's a bit tough to wear casually because, well, you look like you're a ninja. And I suppose the sizing isn't perfect for me. I'm 5'11 130, so I cut a narrow figure. The S/M pinches up a bit around my eyes. I guess they could have made the eye opening even narrower, and that would have helped. But that's nit picking. It you're looking for something light weight, packable, wind blocking and warm, a hat that will perform when conditions are rough-this is the balaclava for you.
(Posté le 18/11/13)