Best Ski Masks

When hitting the slopes in chilly temperatures, it’s important to protect for your face so you can stay comfortable. That’s where a ski mask, or balaclava, comes in. A good one should fit comfortably, let you breathe without fogging up your goggles and feel super-soft to the touch. Considering all this, we rounded up some of the best options designed to fit both men and women.

1. Self Pro Ski Mask

This option uses CoolMax polyester fibers, which are soft, breathable, moisture-wicking and abrasion-resistant.

Pros: This mask is extra long in the front for added protection. Flatlock seams enhance comfort.

Cons: It may be too thin for more extreme temperatures.

Self Pro Ski Mask
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2. AstroAI Ski Mask

You can choose from five colors, including a high-visibility neon yellow hue.

Pros: An insulated mesh fabric around the nose and mouth lets you breathe easily.

Cons: Some may prefer a tighter fit.

AstroAI Ski Mask
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3. Grace Folly Ski Mask

This half mask won’t cover your head or ears. It features a water-resistant shell and a cozy insulated fleece lining.

Pros: Five vents around the mouth and nose area are designed to provide maximum airflow and reduce goggle fog. Pull straps on the sides let you cinch up the mask to help block out the cold.

Cons: The mesh part may let some cold air in.

Grace Folly Half Face Mask
CREDIT: Amazon

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