Anti-chill tip - obvious really

Discussion in 'UK and Europe' started by Peter Fox, Feb 8, 2003.

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  1. Peter Fox

    Peter Fox Guest

    Use a balaclava as a woolly neck warmer. Duh! Obvious really.

    Cold weather doesn't agree with me so I sometimes carry a balaclava as insurance for really chilly
    nights back from the pub. But when that isn't called for a scarf stops the bitter blast freezing my
    neck. Apart from the Isadora Duncan aspect, it is one more thing to juggle with when you're warmed
    up. A balaclava with 'the hood down' looks after itself.

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  2. Clogicrogerc

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    <<Use a balaclava as a woolly neck warmer. Duh! Obvious really.>>

    Bought meself a helly hansen one - folds up to microscopic size and goes in the pocket when not
    required. Also useful in "normal balaclava mode" if really cold (looks a bit paramilitary).

    I got this as I thought it would fit under a helmet in cold weather (I intend to buy a helmet at
    some stage - have never worn one) and it will also be good as an emergency item in my bum bag when
    fell running.

    RC
     
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