They have some great ones at a local Army/Navy store by me. (I am thinking of getting the "Joker" smile one) Spent a lot of time at sea at below 0 temps and lots of wind. The trick is keep the cold air out, "whick" sweat away from your body and wear good headgear! Wind chill does not happen until the cold air gets near ya. "If your feet are cold, put a hat on" really does work.
I can't find any of the funny printed face masks, but they are out there,
To everyone else- does the cold wind bother your eyes through the neoprene/ski masks? Goggles or sunglasses over them?
Here in South Texas we're starting to get a taste of winter a few days at a time before the cold fronts leave. Chilly mornings and evenings are the only hassles.
The neoprene face mask is a wrap around face with a velco strap
that fastens and un-fastens very easily. I wear eye-glassess under
my neoprene face mask and are a very comfortable fit. The neoprene
face mask really does a good job of keeping your face and ears warm
in windy-cold situations. The only thing that I do is take it off before
entering a place of business because it could cause quite a bit of
confussion for what you are there for.
The neoprene facemask has the characteristics of light rubber
and light foam......70 percent neoprene and 30 percent polyester.
I put mine on with my eye-glases. I pull the eye-glases away from
my eyes just enough to prevent the fog up. I really do not use googles
so I would not know about them.