Schampa Warmskin Skullgaiter

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Schampa Warmskin Skullgaiter - Black

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Rating 3.60 of 5 (2 Reviews)

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Schampa Warmskin Skullgaiter

Police, Military, Motorcyclist and everyday users love Schampa’s SkullGaiter. This is one incredibly warm piece of gear. Designed with a 200wt. double layer fleece neckgaiter and now with a fully flatseamed WarmSkin skullcap, the SkullGaiter is perfect for under any motorcycle helmets, construction helmets, cycling helmets or alone.

In instances where you do not need the skullcap, just pull back off your head and use the neckgaiter part only.

Features:
  • WarmSkin
  • Flatseamed
  • 200wt. Double Layer Fleece NeckGaiter
  • Wickable and Breathable
  • Skin tight fit, great fit and feel
  • Fall, Spring, Winter
  • Alone or with any style helmet
  • One Size Fits Most
  • Color: Black
  • Item # 19224
  • SKU #182931
  • Mfr. Part # NG003

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It does what it needs to do keeps your neck and face warm but its way too thick. The double layer of fleece is too much for my full face helmet to fit but I'm pretty sure if you have an openface helmet its well worth it, but not for me.

Cedar - March 31, 2009

(San diego, CA)

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Fits well, but...

Skullgaiter is very warm and comfortable, but the fleece is way to thick to fit in a full face helmet. Would probably be good for an open face. If you wear a full face, I'd recommend just finding a neck covering for the cold 'cause this thing it too much.

Stone - April 15, 2010

(JC, TN)
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