Zan's Fleece Neck Warmer
This neck warmer keeps the wind out. I used to use a scarf, but this does a better job, and is less cumbersome.
March 16, 2015
It worked as the description stated. Used it this past weekend. My neck stayed warm. It helped to keep the wind off my chin. I wear a modular helmet and had no issues. It's a little tight getting it over my head, had to take off my glasses.
October 20, 2014
Does the job, but not the best
It kept me warm, but is awkwardly sized. It felt too constricting to me... not that it was too small or anything, but it was just too hard to turn my head with it on.
June 1, 2014
Works well, not for big heads
Fleece is comfy and blocks wind, and is long enough to cover neck and face with no cold spots, however I felt the seams straining when I put over my 7 5/8 hat size head,neck is size 18. A slightly wider cut would fit bigger heads.
February 24, 2014
Too thick = too tight
I wanted to love this for cold-weather riding, but when bunched up under the bottom of my helmet, I felt like I was being strangled.
February 3, 2014
Definitely keeps the cold air out and from getting in the helmet.
Riding back from Adironacks on Interstate 90 in high winds and mid 50's temp neck warmer worked well.
September 30, 2013
I have worn this in 30 - 40 temps with an open face helmet and goggles. Keeps my face comfortable.
February 18, 2013
SO WARM !!
This is an amazing neck warmer. I live in So Cal and when the temperatures dipped into the low 30's F, this neck warmer did its job. Not only does it keep my neck warm, it does it very well in the extreme colds. The length of the neck warmer is nice and long so you can pull it up to cover your nose if you'd like, but I mostly just cover only my mouth and also push it into my helmet all the way around to create a seal so the cold air doesn't get in.
The fleece is a little thick but it is that thick so it can keep your neck warm and blocks out the cold wind. I think the neck warmer would actually be too hot to wear in any weather above 50 degrees F (yes, it is that warm). My favorite range to wear this neck warmer is when the weather is below 45 degrees. Otherwise above 45 degrees, I'd wear my Klim neck warmer, it's thinner, blocks out the wind and keeps my neck warm.
The fleece is very soft and comfortable around your neck. The only thing I can complain about is that I can feel the static cling when I pull the neck warmer off my head. But it's really not a big deal.... Just afraid to touch anything metal afterwards
January 28, 2013