Turtle Fur Comfort Shell Shellaclava Balaclava - Print Kids'
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With a single-layer hood and double-layer neck, this balaclava means business. Made of our technical performance fabric, the hood manages moisture and retains heat, keeping you warm under-helmet, without making you sweat. The neck is a double-layer of that same technical performance fabric (the best of both worlds) - so you get one extra layer of soft and warm coverage. Tuck the bottom into the nape of your jacket, and no snow or cold is getting through.
Our Comfort Shell Shellaclava is a genius design, combining a form-fitting hood and classic neck warmer for full coverage from the elements at all angles. The Comfort Shell hood has anti-microbial properties, wicks sweat, provides UPF 50+ protection and is brushed on the inside with soft feel for added comfort. This balaclava is designed to fit comfortably underneath a helmet while keeping little faces warm while remaining breathable enough to assure that they don't overheat. When extended upward over the nose and mouth, the neck warmer portion provides protection from wind, rain, snow, cold and sun. Tucked into their collar or underneath goggles, this Winter essential never stops working for them to help find their best self outside.
Turtle Fur Comfort Shell Shellaclava Balaclava - Print Kids' Features & Specifications:
- UPF 50+: Blocks 97% of UV rays.
- Brushed for Next-to-Skin Softness
- Breathable & Quick Drying
- Anti-Microbial: Treated to resist bacteria growth as a result of perspiration.
- 4-Way Stretch
- Fabric Type: Comfort Shell™ UV Performance Fabric
- Fabric Content: 92% Polyester/8% Spandex
- Neck Lining Type: Fully-lined with micro fleece
- Neck Lining Content: 100% Polyester
- Fit Type: Fitted
*Please note that this product does not guarantee prevention from transmission or infection of disease. This product is not considered PPE, and is not intended to be used in any surgical, industrial, or high-risk situations where significant exposure to liquid, bodily, or other hazardous fluids may be possible. For questions relating to Coronavirus (COVID-19) and information on CDC recommended best practices, please visit the CDC's website or talk to your healthcare provider.