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- Protection from the Elements : Full face coverage for superior Cold & Wind resistance
- Functional : 4-Way performance stretch with Inner Fleece lining
- Lightweight Helmet friendly, thin, and highly breathable
- 92% Polyester - 8% Span that stretches to match any size without losing shape
- Multifaceted design : Unisex : Several Various wearing methods
- ★Tesla's logo has been changed to "TSLA" from the 2019 product. Please be assured that this product is from Tesla.★
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The light-weight nature of the material means that it is not constricting. The only downside is that you cannot really extend the balaclava over your nose if you wear glasses, because otherwise the glasses constantly fog up. That is not a huge issue as it is easy enough to just cover the chin or even the mouth without covering the nose.
Made by Tesla, which I have learned is a name that you can trust. Highly recommended.
If you use it for cycling it sits snuggly under a bike helmet.
If wearing glasses while cycling and you cover your nose, the glasses will fog when you stop.
I found also that if you cover your mouth and nose when cycling it gets hard to breathe with an increased cycling rate, but only covering the mouth is fine for breathing.
With the mouth covered it works well as a insect guard.