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Fleece Fast Mask: Avid Runners Won't Let the Cold Weather Stop Them

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Staying warm and protecting your skin from the damages freezing temperatures cause can make your cold-weather runs more enjoyable and safer. A Fast Mask fleece face mask is one go-to piece of clothing to add to your winter gear. Here are ways to make sure you can continue to pound the pavement when the weather tries to drive you indoors.

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Protect Your Skin With Fast Masks During Winter Family Fun

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Our fleece Fast Masks are made of a breathable material that wicks moisture from your skin. This is especially important during winter activities. If clothing becomes damp with sweat, it can make you even colder, which is not only uncomfortable but potentially dangerous.

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Attention Snowboarders and Skiers Check Out Our Fleece Face Masks

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If you’re looking forward to winter to get out on the slopes and in the snow, you need to start thinking about getting your gear in order. Investing in the right gear keeps you comfortable, and you can show off your personality with a fleece face mask that provides added warmth.  Here are some tips to help you enjoy your time outside.

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The Perfect Fast Mask for Cooler Weather

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Our fleece face masks are comfortable to wear and customizable for whatever conditions you find yourself in. You can use one as a neck gaiter, a beanie, a headband, a balaclava, and so much more. If you're heading out and you don't know how cold it's going to get, you can easily carry a fleece Fast Mask with you by wrapping it around your wrist or using it around your neck as a scarf.

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Why Are Face Masks Necessary When Skiing or Snowboarding?

Posted by Allan Heath on

Fast Mask face masks offer style and comfort perfect for winter cruising conditions. Our fleece face masks keep you warm and protect your face from the harsh elements. Get yours today, so you’re ready for that first run on a fresh layer of snow.

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