This is the perfect thing for those brisk days where you don't really want to put a sweater on under the jacket. With the wind triangle suddenly your neck is warm and that cold breeze isn't whistling into your leathers. Worn high it also cuts wind noise. Well worth it!
The nice thing about this item is that it provides protection where you need it. The gap between helmet and suit is a hard one to cover. This blocks wind and adds warmth without creating too much bulk to get the suit zippered up. At $22 for a little triangle of cloth it might seem expensive until you use it. It works great and really helps keep the ride pleasant in cold temps. Consider this, the $22 Face Faring allows you to use the entire rest of your investment in motorcycling comfortably when the temps dip. (Posted on 12/27/13)
My neck used to be the only part of my body exposed to cold weather. Wearing this neck guard makes my wife & I much more comfortable in the cold weather. It is comfortable & worth the money. (Posted on 10/21/12)
I received an Aerostich Fleece Wind Triangle as a gift about 12 years ago and loved it from the first time I wore it, and it's still always close at hand when the weather dips below 60 degrees. I'm a motorcycle safety instructor and I have an extra wind triangle in my teaching gear for use on the training range, too. My wife goes for daily walks of 45 minutes or so, regardless of weather. One particularly cold day she borrowed my face fairing at my suggestion and she now includes a color-coded wind triangle in her cold weather kit. I give wind triangles rountinely as gifts to friends and family because the price is reasonable for such a wonderfully useful item and everyone I've ever given one has fallen in love with it. It's not just motorcycle gear, it's cold weather gear for any outdoor activity. (Posted on 1/18/12)
I commute year-round in Boulder, CO barring snow or ice. Heck, if it's single digits and dry I'll ride. This wind triangle is da bomb! It covers the lower half of my face--the fleece is nice and cozy-- and keeps the chill off my neck (Windstopper works.) I won't be cold-weather riding without one from now on. (Posted on 7/10/11)