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- ASIN: B004WF6HY2
- Item model number: 1000-SO100-Recon-Wrap
- Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars See all reviews (58 customer reviews)
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #42,118 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
Spec-Ops Brand Recon-Wrap Multi-Season, Multi-Mode Head Gear
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- High-tech micro-fiber is as comfortable as cotton but offers synthetic performance.
- Seamless construction with lock-knit stitching will not unravel.
- Effective in hot and cold weather conditions.
- Easy care: wash and wear. Will not shrink.
- One size fits all. Measures 21x10x.023
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Features & Benefits: Works as a Sweatband, Balaclava, Neck Gaitor, Helmet Liner, Contour-Conforming Face Cover, Dew Rag, etc. Made of high-tech micro fiber (comfortable as cotton with synthetic performance). Versatile design works well in both hot and cold weather conditions. (Keeps user cool in Summer/warm in Winter). Seamless construction with Lock-Knit stitching ensures it will not unravel. Easy care, just wash and wear. Will not shrink. One size fits all. IMPROVED DESIGN Feature -Now two inches longer with Enhanced materials • 100% Made In The U.S.A. - GUARANTEED FOR LIFE! Available in assorted colors.
Top customer reviews
Later that year I got deployed to Kuwait in August to conduct convoy training before rolling through Iraq. Even in 130F I wore this to block out all the sand and it was extremely comfortable. We found if you just completely cover your head with it the flies won't bother you so much but you can still breathe just fine. Because there is no stitching at all there are no hotspots and even when damp it felt nice and cool. It also dries very quickly. Even through the Iraqi winter too I continued to wear it since it kept my neck warm and a cold neck really bothers me.
Another year goes by and another deployment to Iraq and I brought the same recon wrap and wore it almost all the time or at least had it with me. You need it in case a sand storm blows in and you want to breathe.
Seven years later I still have the same recon wrap and I don't wear it as often because it seems to have developed a permanent stink which no washing even with special detergents can get rid of. Now I just use it while outside during the cold or walking the dog but I still want my neck warm. I bought a black one from Amazon several years ago though and I wear that all winter.
The strength of this item is you can use it however you want to. For the cold I just loop it on itself once so it's twice as thick. I don't need it to be so long so this works perfectly to keep the ears and face warm even when bicycling in 30F weather.
I'm here to buy a tan one to have for the new season of backpacking and I can't imagine spending any amount of time outdoors without it.
I even used to put it on my dog's head to keep her ears and neck warm.
For just a (nice) chunk of fabric i feel like the twenty bucks I spent is rather absurd, but I also knew it was exactly what I wanted. Very breathable, tight without being restricting, and just plain useful. Nice for keeping out dust, or keeping your face a little bit warmer. Actually I like it because it gives a buffer to keep really cold air from going straight up my nose in winter conditions.
Pretty much it has tons of uses and should last you quite a while. So is 18 dollars a lot? Yeah. Too much? Maybe not.
Why not 5 stars? Price I guess. I think 5 stars implies near perfection which is very few things. I sometimes wish the ends were a little tighter than the body for certain styles of wear but meh.
If this is a product you want, get it. How about that?
I lost my ACU-patterned wrap recently so I just got the Foliage one in case the Army changes uniform patterns again.
I consider this piece of gear 'essential' now. Well worth the price.
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When in doubt, just man up and go with spec-ops!