Skiing at speed in cold weather and snowy conditions can leave your face feeling cold and numb. One way to avoid this is by donning a facemask.
When buying a face mask there are a lot of different aspects to consider. It can seem like the simple task for the average skier or snowboarder but with hundreds different types of mask available, the choice can seem daunting.
Facemasks are designed to be comfortable. Some champion lightweight material and optimise breathability to minimise condensation, and many have exhaust holes to maximise this. Most will be designed to fit with helmets and will be simple to take on and off.
We tasked Ethan with picking out a few of his favourite facemasks to help you stay warm and dry on the slopes this season. Ethan is currently completing a placement at The Ski Club’s Headquarters in Wimbledon as part of his Snow-Camp programme.
So, without further ado let’s kick off our list, starting from number 7…