Gore Bike Wear Windstopper Balaclava £14.99 @ Amazon
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Gore Bike Wear Windstopper Balaclava £14.99 @ Amazon

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Found 27th Aug 2014
Wiggle/Evans Cycles prices £22.49/£29.99

Yes there are cheaper alternatives but this looks very good for the coming months.

One size

WINDSTOPPER Soft Shell at brow and ears
Thermo-stretch functional fabric
Stretch inserts for optimum freedom of movement

26 Comments

Just Remember when u do a ride by shooting to paint your bike Matt black too, otherwise you may get identified

Banned

the 'syria' look is very much in at the moment. Hot

Good price for a quality brand. I only last week bought a Castelli seamless balaclava for £19.50 @ Wiggle, reduced from £40.00 which I felt was a good deal.
Maybe would have gone for this had I seen it last week. Have some heat.

Good price for Gore brand, but is it ever cold enough for one of these? I cycle to work all year and sometimes wear an old beanie hat under my helmet if very cold. I'd worry I would soon get too hot.

I don't need one!

I'm a good lad I didn't buy one!

Rickardo

Good price for Gore brand, but is it ever cold enough for one of these? I … Good price for Gore brand, but is it ever cold enough for one of these? I cycle to work all year and sometimes wear an old beanie hat under my helmet if very cold. I'd worry I would soon get too hot.



Depends on the length of journey, i personally wouldn't wear one of these but trust me, soon it will get bloody cold.

Ideal for my newly discovered sexual fetish. Now, does anyone know where I can get a cheap whip?
Edited by: "jonorl" 28th Aug 2014

jonorl

Ideal for my newly discovered sexual fetish. Now, does anyone know where … Ideal for my newly discovered sexual fetish. Now, does anyone know where I can get a cheap whip?




Don Foster MP, Lib Dems

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Rickardo

Good price for Gore brand, but is it ever cold enough for one of these? I … Good price for Gore brand, but is it ever cold enough for one of these? I cycle to work all year and sometimes wear an old beanie hat under my helmet if very cold. I'd worry I would soon get too hot.



You can get thin, warm fleece skullcaps from climbing shops. Meant to be worn under climbing helmets, they're just as good under bike helmets in the cold.

Excellent, this will complete the cycling rapist look I am going for.

this is the problem with hukd. I never knew these existed , nor am I likely to need one. but as I'm becoming a cycling commuter I want to buy one.

Who are Amazon price matching? I don't need one - must stay off here.

ste1975

Good price for a quality brand. I only last week bought a Castelli … Good price for a quality brand. I only last week bought a Castelli seamless balaclava for £19.50 @ Wiggle, reduced from £40.00 which I felt was a good deal.Maybe would have gone for this had I seen it last week. Have some heat.



Is it just me or the first thing that popped in my mind while reading the deal title is :

http://thegourmetouch.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/06/antep_baklava.jpg

Just you!

Good for a motorcyclists also,but bad for people who wear glasses.

zebedee35

Depends on the length of journey, i personally wouldn't wear one of these … Depends on the length of journey, i personally wouldn't wear one of these but trust me, soon it will get bloody cold.


Depends where you ride too... at semi altitude in the bandit country between wales and Gloucestershire here, it stays below freezing for months, believe me..

Perfect for holidays to certain hot countries I would imagine...

nice one.. easy to spot who to beat on a bad day!

Rickardo

Good price for Gore brand, but is it ever cold enough for one of these? I … Good price for Gore brand, but is it ever cold enough for one of these? I cycle to work all year and sometimes wear an old beanie hat under my helmet if very cold. I'd worry I would soon get too hot.



Not for your face. When I cycle a few miles in the cold my feet and hands hurt the most.

rev6

Not for your face. When I cycle a few miles in the cold my feet and hands … Not for your face. When I cycle a few miles in the cold my feet and hands hurt the most.


I agree. As I said I cycle to work all year, everyday regardless of weather, but I do live in the southwest so winter's fairly mild compared to other areas. I'm just trying to justify it as my gut instinct is to want it because a) it's cycle related, b) it's reduced Gore and c) it's got some heat!

Looks like out of stock. Damn, as I wanted one of these last year

Banned

I cycle In mud, rain snow and ice in my shorts and never needed this, try riding harder to warm up and man up!

BACONIZGUD4ME

I cycle In mud, rain snow and ice in my shorts and never needed this, try … I cycle In mud, rain snow and ice in my shorts and never needed this, try riding harder to warm up and man up!



whats there in cycling to man up..do olympic lifting or mma your comment may be appropriate..

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BACONIZGUD4ME

I cycle In mud, rain snow and ice in my shorts and never needed this, try … I cycle In mud, rain snow and ice in my shorts and never needed this, try riding harder to warm up and man up!



Actually I want something like this to keep the god damn flies off my face when going to and from work when I don't really want mud splashed over my face not necessarily just to keep my head warm. And I think most of us wear shorts in all those conditions because if you are a serious cyclist who pedals at a decent constant speed, wearing trousers even just light tracksuit ones are uncomfortable and unbreathable.

Back in stock @ £14.99 again

really want this now!!
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