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Beardski - Attitude meets performance. Sport this insulated ski mask with comfortable lined neoprene, woven thermal fleece and stylish 12" synthetic beard on the slopes, riding your Harley or exploring the polar ice cap. This universal one-size-fits-all design securely holds the mask in place and is easy to wear/remove. The advanced mask design covers the ears, face and neck from the harshest of cold-weather conditions. Let your adventurous side show with the one and only Beardski. Git Yer Beard On!
Good quality for a "novelty" face mask. Is very warm though, and wear it regularly on the slopes. Receives a lot of attention as well.Published 1 month ago by TravChr
Doesn't fully cover the head its like just a wear a beard thing not really a ski mask with a beard on it. Wish it covered the whole head.Published 1 month ago by missakitty
I use it on my motorcycle in cold weather and it has held up surprisingly well. I get some stares... kids love it. It's a lot of fun.Published 2 months ago by LGW
My husband bought this for hitting the slopes as a joke and another one for the real thing; like blocking out wind and snow. However he only wears this one. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Ricky Tye
Bought this for my Red Sox fan, snowboarding niece. She loved it and it was a hit on the mountain, sliding and great for the brutal cold winter we had up here in the East.Published 7 months ago by J. lumbra
This thing looks awesome and it is VERY warm. Used it to shovel my driveway in sub zero temps and I was starting to sweat!Published 7 months ago by austin
Bought for husband and son... Both loved it!
Will buy another for other son. Everyone on the ski hill was looking at them :)
Great product. Brother loved it. Hope he gets many looks on the slopes. I will probably buy another to keep the face warm on the bike :D.Published 8 months ago by Mateo Paizano