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Neoprene face masks: similarities and differences
Neoprene insulates your face and protects against wind and snow. Neoprene is water-repellent , but also air-permeable , so that perspiration is kept to a minimum.
A basic face mask protects the lower part of the face with all those good features of neoprene. The full frontal face mask does that a little extra because this type of facemask is full shield your face. An additional feature of our face mask deluxe is the aluminum nose clip . The flexible neoprene and the nose clip itself make it possible to shape the nose clip in such a way that no exhaled air can escape to your motorcycle or ski goggles. That prevents fogged glasses.
Top of the bill is the face mask exclusive . In addition to the aluminum nose clip, this face mask has an built-in air filter . This is important for bikers who have to deal with exhaust gas and in large cities sometimes with smog .
Material types used
You need different types of material for optimum protection of your face. Below you will find a small overview of the most used basic materials from which our products are made.
|Type||Features and products|
|Wool||Natural material, ventilating, good protection against the cold, water-repellent, durable.|
|Cotton||Natural material, moisture-absorbing, good wear-resistance. Cotton fabrics wrinkle strongly, so a mix of cotton + synthetic material often occurs.|
|Polyester||Synthetically lightweight material. Hard-wearing, so a long service life. Shrinkage, moisture absorption and insulation are low. Is used i.c.m cotton for better insulation.|
|Neoprene||Synthetic material. Elastic, insulating, warm, water-repellent, but also permeable to air. The ideal face mask for both winter sports enthusiasts and bikers.|