To Rock the Rag as a Balaclava Mask pull the Hoo over your head around your neck. Then pull the back side up over your head to create a hood. You’re half-way there! Next, just pull up the front end to cover your nose and month, tucking in the excess fabric on the sides. This one is a little tricky on your first go – so we recommend watching the video below and you’ll have it down in no time!
HOW TO WEAR A BANDANA AS A BALACLAVA MASK
My face used to freeze and burn from the wind. Now it stays toasty warm. I throw it on over my head with the back end pulled up under my hat, so nothing but my eyes are showing, and then when I come inside, or say walk inside a bank or other facility, I just tug it down around my neck. Where it’s like a pleasant manly version of a neck warmer. It’s also handy for keeping sun off, keeping face warm, and looking intimidating. LastFrontiersman
Safety is very important to me and part of that includes proper eyewear and ear pro. I love wearing a Hoo-rag when I’m out training because it doesn’t interfere with wearing that protection. It’s light and still keeps my head warm and I can comfortably train. Tawny L.
The comfortable, lightweight, breathable material protects my face from the harmful sun all day long and also helps keep my face warm while running the skiff in cold winter months. I rock the rag…without one, I feel naked. Capt. Willy Le