Adjusts to you

This breathable, modular balaclava will help you stay warm if you’re active outside. It’s a Made in the USA, cold weather hat and face mask combo that adapts to your changing temperature needs—thanks to ventilated fabric and magnets.. You can easily adjust the hat and face mask’s fit as well as remove the mask without taking off your helmet or hat. A mesh section that runs down the middle vents heat so your glasses don’t fog up and the design is sleek—with no extra fabric that will end up in your mouth as you breathe. There’s even a mullet-like extension in the back that protects your neck from the wind. Maker Brian David was riding his bike in the freezing cold and mistakenly thought his body heat would keep him comfortable. He started thinking up a a way to stay warm without overheating. His solution protects you from the cold and keeps you ventilated as needed.

The Weatherneck System

Modular Balaclava

Adjusts to you

This breathable, modular balaclava will help you stay warm if you’re active outside. It’s a Made in the USA, cold weather hat and face mask combo that adapts to your changing temperature needs—thanks to ventilated fabric and magnets.. You can easily adjust the hat and face mask’s fit as well as remove the mask without taking off your helmet or hat. A mesh section that runs down the middle vents heat so your glasses don’t fog up and the design is sleek—with no extra fabric that will end up in your mouth as you breathe. There’s even a mullet-like extension in the back that protects your neck from the wind. Maker Brian David was riding his bike in the freezing cold and mistakenly thought his body heat would keep him comfortable. He started thinking up a a way to stay warm without overheating. His solution protects you from the cold and keeps you ventilated as needed.
Crowdfunded
Made in the USA

Grommet Launch Conversation

Grommet Launch Conversation

  • Brian
    Brian

    I am Brian Davis, Founder of The Weatherneck System. I am so excited to launch on The Grommet! I can't wait till you all get a chance to wear the only truly breathable, breakaway balaclava for our outdoor adventures. Please do not hesitate to ask a question. There is a lot going on in this thing, so please ask away!

  • Robert
    Robert
    2/2/2017 10:40 AM

    Hi Brian, Any plans for a camouflage version for the outdoor nature photographers? Fogging up glasses and cameras is frustrating. It would need to be made with fabrics that don't shine in the UV spectrum.

  • Brian
    Brian – Special Guest
    2/2/2017 10:48 AM

    @Robert Hi Robert, thanks for checking us out. No immediate plans for Camo, the reason is this...these fabrics function at a higher level when they are dyed and not sublimated, so I chose dyed black. That's the reason camo is a little tougher to accomplish. The Weatherneck does do a great job at reducing fogging glasses though and I am not quite sure about shine to be honest.

  • Nathan
    Nathan
    2/2/2017 11:21 AM

    Ok, this is awesome. I'll add it to my "Things I need to buy for winter running" list! Great idea!

  • Brian
    Brian – Special Guest
    2/2/2017 11:32 AM

    @Nathan Thanks Nathan, it is awesome...#truth

  • Donna
    Donna
    2/2/2017 11:23 AM

    Congratulations on making this new product in the USA. I definitely plan to buy one in the very near future. It's just what I need. Thanks again!

  • Brian
    Brian – Special Guest
    2/2/2017 11:32 AM

    @Donna Thanks Donna, I know you'll love it.

  • Ronnie
    Ronnie
    2/2/2017 11:57 AM

    Hi Brian, what temperatures are these rated for?

  • Brian
    Brian – Special Guest
    2/2/2017 12:14 PM

    @Ronnie Great question, of course it depends on your level of activity and exposure to wind. For example, if I am running, this is good from 0-40 degrees, if I am road cycling (more wind) I'm comfortable from 25-55...if I am mountain or fat biking I'm good from 10-30 degrees. And there there is just how hot your internal furnace runs. My general answer would be 20-50 degrees. Thanks!

The launch day conversation has ended. Please direct further questions about this Grommet to our Community Experience Team.

 

The Weatherneck System

Modular Balaclava

Adjusts to you

This breathable, modular balaclava will help you stay warm if you’re active outside.

It’s a Made in the USA, cold weather hat and face mask combo that adapts to your changing temperature needs—thanks to ventilated fabric and magnets..

You can easily adjust the hat and face mask’s fit as well as remove the mask without taking off
your helmet or hat.

A mesh section that runs down the middle vents heat so your glasses don’t fog up and the design is sleek—with no extra fabric that will end up in your mouth as you breathe. There’s even a mullet-like extension in the back that protects your neck from the wind.

Maker Brian David was riding his bike in the freezing cold and mistakenly thought his body heat would keep him comfortable. He started thinking up a a way to stay warm without overheating.

His solution protects you from the cold and keeps you ventilated as needed.
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Stay at the perfect temperature outdoors.

Grommet Launch Conversation

  • Brian
    Brian

    I am Brian Davis, Founder of The Weatherneck System. I am so excited to launch on The Grommet! I can't wait till you all get a chance to wear the only truly breathable, breakaway balaclava for our outdoor adventures. Please do not hesitate to ask a question. There is a lot going on in this thing, so please ask away!

  • Robert
    Robert
    2/2/2017 10:40 AM

    Hi Brian, Any plans for a camouflage version for the outdoor nature photographers? Fogging up glasses and cameras is frustrating. It would need to be made with fabrics that don't shine in the UV spectrum.

  • Brian
    Brian – Special Guest
    2/2/2017 10:48 AM

    @Robert Hi Robert, thanks for checking us out. No immediate plans for Camo, the reason is this...these fabrics function at a higher level when they are dyed and not sublimated, so I chose dyed black. That's the reason camo is a little tougher to accomplish. The Weatherneck does do a great job at reducing fogging glasses though and I am not quite sure about shine to be honest.

  • Nathan
    Nathan
    2/2/2017 11:21 AM

    Ok, this is awesome. I'll add it to my "Things I need to buy for winter running" list! Great idea!

  • Brian
    Brian – Special Guest
    2/2/2017 11:32 AM

    @Nathan Thanks Nathan, it is awesome...#truth

  • Donna
    Donna
    2/2/2017 11:23 AM

    Congratulations on making this new product in the USA. I definitely plan to buy one in the very near future. It's just what I need. Thanks again!

  • Brian
    Brian – Special Guest
    2/2/2017 11:32 AM

    @Donna Thanks Donna, I know you'll love it.

  • Ronnie
    Ronnie
    2/2/2017 11:57 AM

    Hi Brian, what temperatures are these rated for?

  • Brian
    Brian – Special Guest
    2/2/2017 12:14 PM

    @Ronnie Great question, of course it depends on your level of activity and exposure to wind. For example, if I am running, this is good from 0-40 degrees, if I am road cycling (more wind) I'm comfortable from 25-55...if I am mountain or fat biking I'm good from 10-30 degrees. And there there is just how hot your internal furnace runs. My general answer would be 20-50 degrees. Thanks!

The launch day conversation has ended. Please direct further questions about this Grommet to our Community Experience Team.