Burnoose on the loose! These clever and technical do-rags consist of a stretchy tube of fabric that will enable you to do any number of things, including staying warm, keeping the sun off, tying your hair back, preserving your helmet’s lining or looking like a terrorist ninja biker wannabe, so follow your bliss with this versatile and simple piece of headgear.
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Customer Reviews (3)
- Good, but.....Review by Banditrider
- Good idea. Does the job as intended. But, I am very disappointed in the quality of the finished product. It's basicly a section of cloth tube with a colored pattern printed on the outside. I would have thought that for the cost of this thing they could and should at least "finish' the end cuts. When I pull mine up I have a white line across my face do to the fact that the unfinished ends roll outward (like the cut off sleeves of a tee shirt) and the inside of this tube is white with no color pattern. I'm still trying to figure a good way to finish the ends myself. For the cost, I'm disappointed. May just stick with bandanas. (Posted on 5/5/12)
- Wonderful reliefReview by Pete
- I bought one after borrowing one from a friend while toasting my face in the wind without a visor on the first day of a mid-summer, coast-to-coast endurance ride down south. Worn as a neck and face mask, I had no worries of wind or sun-burning for the rest of the journey. Perfect! (Posted on 9/5/11)
- Excellent productReview by JOSEPH
- Excellent addition to your riding apparel as it is durable/washable and stores easy. Functions well as a neck/face/head covering in any combo - thin enough to fit fully under helmet without discomfort. Temp range for for 30-60 deg F (Posted on 11/22/10)