You're very careful to wear a hard hat and steel toe boots, safety goggles and sturdy work gloves. So why do you expose the tender skin of your face to harsh, chafing winds and prickly cold? If you're not wearing theCarhartt A267 Black Helmet Liner and Face Mask, y ... (see full details) (see specifications) #CHTA267BLK.
Carhartt Masks: Black Helmet Liner/Face Mask A267 BLK
You're very careful to wear a hard hat and steel toe boots, safety goggles and sturdy work gloves. So why do you expose the tender skin of your face to harsh, chafing winds and prickly cold? If you're not wearing theCarhartt A267 Black Helmet Liner and Face Mask, you just don't have enough protection.
This all-black liner/mask has a single, small Carhartt logo which is meant to sit right on your forehead. Even a plain mask could use a small touch of style, yes? This protective cover was made to withstand cold weather and sit smoothly under your hard hat, giving both liner and mask in one piece.
The mask can be pulled below the chin and down on the neck for added warmth and protection. Made with wrinkle-resisting polyester (92%) and stretchy, elastic spandex (8%), the fabric is washable and durable enough to resist more wind and cold than all-cotton clothing.
A soft, fleecy interior creates a comfortable fit against the skin. This insulating fabric also helps hold in warmth, just what you need on a cold day. The moisture-wicking finish helps you avoid dangerous, uncomfortable wetness. The fabric finish is also anti-microbial to kill odors and bacteria.
Flat-seam construction creates a smooth design to finish off the comfortable fit. The Carhartt A267 BLK Black Helmet Liner and Face Mask isn't the only protection you need on the job, but it is one you can't do without on a particularly cold day.
I bought this along with another version. The Carhartt hood works okay, it's fairly warm but leaves something to be desired when it comes to blocking the wind. The fit around the face is a little looser than I'd like, and it lets the air get in. A pair of goggles would help with that, but don't always fit well under a hat.