Ninja Balaclava Ski Mask
It gets cold in Northern Kentucky. This year we have had below zero temps for more days than I care to remember.
On those brutally cold days you should see my crew preparing to head to the slopes to ski. Three and four layers of clothing is the only way to keep your core warm. That is difficult when it comes to your face and head!
We received a couple of these ski masks just before the hard winter weather rolled in. Just let me say that our ski bags will now always include a Ninja Balaclava.
The multi-positional ways to wear this makes it a multi season cover for my crew.
All of us hate the cold wind blowing on our face (and neck) in any situation especially when you’re going down the hill, trekking in mountains or just walking your dog. In BeFreeGear we know exactly how annoying this is and we are ready with the right solution just for you! With our Ninja Balaclava Ski Face Mask and Fleece Neck Warmer you won’t feel irritating wind on frozen faces or sore throat anymore.
I like that my crew can be warm and still enjoy the outside winter activities. Even just taking the piglet and poodle out for their business is tolerable when wearing a Ninja Balaclava Ski Mask.
If you live in a cold climate area, you should really consider owning a Balaclava. Pick up a couple of them to have on hand. With a price point of less than $20.00 you won’t be disappointed. You can purchase the Balaclava Ski Mask on Amazon with free shipping on prime accounts.
We are thrilled to announce that Erika from PA. was the winner of our giveaway of this item. Congrats!
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