Tundra Cold Weather Balaclava
DWR Softshell with Merino
Tundra Cold Weather Balaclava Details
- Next to Skin
- 37.5 Technology Soft Shell Outer
- Synthetic Shearling Wool Liner
- Merino wool panels maintain ability to hear
How It's Built
- Material: Shearling Wool
- Primary Uses:
- Tree Stand
- Weight: 5.7oz.
Where to Use
- Pacific Northwest
- Temperature Ranges:
- Below 20F
- 20F - 45F
Hands down, the best baclavaia I’ve used in windy, cold temps. Has a good fit that doesn’t bunch up and block your peripheral vision.
I just purchased this for my winter exploration and hunting. I spend a lot of time watching deer and elk throughout the winter and was in need of a warm baraclava like this. I held out and bought this one once it was finally available. I can't wait to use it. I think it'll keep my face, head, and neck nice and warm on some long cold side by side rides through the snow.
Having gone through multiple cheaper pieces over the years, I have finally found the perfect balaclava. The design of the face portion that allows you to wear it on your neck or over your face works great. The warmth of the item is incredible also, used it to sleep in on a backpack hunt in CO this year and night temps fell into the teens and I was warm and cozy.
By far the warmest balaclava I’ve used. Thin around ears for hearing yet doesn’t sacrifice warmth. I put on a wind proof cap over this for extreme low temps. Will purchase again when this one wears out.
It fit my large head perfectly, the facemask with wool lining is comfortable and stays dry. During warmer days (above 40 degrees), I prefer a ball cap and the merino neck gaiter, but below that this is almost as comfortable and much, much warmer. Other balaclavas have been either too tight fitting, too bulky, or not warm enough. This is none of those. The fit and finish is outstanding as always with First Light. Cannot recommend this piece enough.