Ski Masks, Reinvented

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You see a lot of exposed faces on the slopes.

The reason? Ski masks kind of suck. Sure, they'll keep you warm, but only while fogging up your mask, soaking up your sweat, and generally making it harder to breathe. Some people would rather just be cold.

 

The SkiBonez Mask wants to fix that.

While a traditional ski mask clings to your face, the SkiBonez™ Mask's sturdy and pliable polymer "skeleton" creates a pocket for warmth, comfort, and easy breathing.

 
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Inside

The polymer skeleton distributes the weight of the mask evenly, letting you breathe, talk, and move more comfortably than your typical ski mask.

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Outside

The fleece exterior keeps out the cold. Moisture-wicking neoprene prevents condensation. Snaps lock the skeleton in place, while the hook-and-loop straps let you wear as tight or loose as you like.

 

Will it bend?

Faceplants happen to the best of us. Fortunately for your face, the skeleton is closer to cartilage than bone.

Squeeze, bend, pull and adjust all you want. The skeleton can take the abuse and keep its shape, without feeling rigid and awkward against your skin.

 

 

A closer look at its features.

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Warm

By capturing the body heat lost each time you exhale, the Mask keeps your face at a comfortable temperature.

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Dry

Stop wiping your runny nose on the sleeve of your brand new ski jacket. Embrace a mask that doesn't need to soak up snot and sweat.

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Breathe

The skeleton inside the Mask creates a pocket for natural, easy breathing. No need to choose between heat and fresh air.

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Adjust

Find the fit that works for you with one-size-fits-all hook-and-loop straps. Remove the fabric from the skeleton with simple snaps for easy cleaning.

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Fog-less

By sending your breath out the small opening in the bottom of the mask, condensation goes nowhere near your goggles.

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Light

The lightweight polymer skeleton offers durable protection without weighting you down.

 
 

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