Ski Masks and Winter Scarves - Warm Even in Freezing Temperatures
A walk in the clear, cold winter air is lovely, but only if you are dressed properly. A warm jacket and lined pants are just as important as a warm hat and proper winter footwear. If you prefer to be really warm and cozy then you should also wear a winter scarf - now you will certainly not freeze.
Hand-made Winter Scarves
Even those who do not have a lot of knowledge about knitting are about to knit a simple warm winter scarf themselves without problems. A scarf made of wool is always a good idea and you can purchase a scarf like that in our online shop. Anyone who wants to prevent the uncomfortable scratching of pure wool can choose a model made of soft and cuddly wool, for example, merino or mohair. Winter scarves made of genuine cashmere wool is especially soft and elegant. They are also a great gift. Always trendy are scarves with fringes and a colorful Norwegian pattern. These winter accessories are particularly suitable for winter sports. Basically, many beautiful models of winter scarves are available, so they can also be appropriately selected for other sports.
Ski Masks for Skiers
Skiing in the mountains is fun, but the higher the altitude of the slopes is the icier the wind blows. To protect yourself from the icy winds, we recommend a ski mask. Most ski masks are made of a modern synthetic cloth and cover the entire face, so only the eyes remain free. Such ski mask ideally shoud have a snug fit, so they can; therefore, be worn under a ski helmet. Nowadays, there is a wide selection of great ski masks in many bright colors. One that covers the entire head and reaches down to the shoulders provides extra protection against wind and weather.
Go on Board with a Warm Winter Scraf
If you want to sail in the winter, you are well advised to wear a warm scarf to protect against wind and weather. A scarf for sailors should never be too long because it not only can become a hindrance, but can also be dangerous. A short, but broad scarf is better; however, if the scarf is a little bit longer it needs to be tugged away in the jacket.