Klim Neck Warmer
Good product that does simply what's expected. Nothing more, nothing less. I rode with it on at 45-50 degree weather, and my neck felt warm enough.
April 1, 2014
This neck warmer has gotten me through the whole winter of riding. Slip it under your jacket and bring it up over your nose to keep you warm (although your visor might get a bit foggy sometimes if you don't have pinlock or anything of that nature to prevent fogging.) It's very comfortable and allows room for easy head movement. Before this I've had a balaclava which was a complete failure. No matter how hard I tightened my jacket's collar, it kept coming out after I've turned my head a few times, which led to my neck being cold. Anyway, this Klim Neck Warmer is the real deal.
March 31, 2014
Neck protection at a reasonable cost
This neck protector does block some of the air while riding. It is not thick, it stretches, and does what it should at a reasonable price. If you are wanting so etching to keep you very warm, the this is not for you. It blocks a lot of the wind, but long rides can still get chilly especially when riding below 39 degrees F.
March 31, 2014
Nice Neck Gaiter
Warm, soft and blocks those down the jersey wind drafts. I would recommend to a friend for spring and fall riding.
March 17, 2014
Perfect for keeping your face warm on cold rides.
The material on this product is rather thin compared to alternative products that use fleece. It is a spandex-like material that easily stretches to fit over your head. It is very comfortable to use as a neck warmer, or as a face warmer (which is what I use it for). It stretches just right to fit over your face and is not uncomfortable at all and you don't have to worry about it being too loose that it doesn't stay put. Being a thinner material it is very easy to slip your helmet over without it being in the way. Even though it is a thinner material, I have had no issue at all keeping my face warm and I often commute in 35-40F temperatures for 30 minutes at a time (and it works great on much longer rides too). As with any face warmer, when you stop and don't have the air circulating through your helmet, it tends fog up your face shield more than if you used no face warmer at all, but I just open my face shield a bit when I am stopped and have no other issues with foggy face shields. I have liked it so much that I immediately bought a second one after I lost the first.
February 10, 2014
Not the most comfortable thing.
I'm a young woman whose head is average size, possibly a little smaller than average, so this might not have been the best product for me in the first place. I had been using a bandana across my face inside my helmet and thought this would be an improvement, but it didn't work out so well. The band across the top that's supposed to keep it above your nose performed its function, but pulled and cut across the bridge of my nose the entire time I was wearing it. It was very distracting and uncomfortable. Went back to using my bandana.
January 27, 2014
Comfortable neck gator from not a poser
I rode 275 miles today, starting at 35 degrees this morning and in the 60's this afternoon. We had 40 mph wind gusts in Oklahoma and this this product worked fine. It is thin enough to fit under your helmet cheek pads and is comfortable. It all depends on how you put your helmet on. Take your time and it will fit over your nose and mouth and provide a good seal. In the morning, at 35 degrees, I could feel the cold air (tolerable), but in the 40's and 50's it was great. It's breathable! If you want a neck warmer... Get a fleece or a ski mask! This works great to block wind and makes long rides very comfortable. It also fit well under my jacket collar. Great product, Revzilla rocks!
January 20, 2014
Is what it is
Great product does what its supposed to. Klim gear is good.
January 16, 2014