Turtle Fur Comfort Shell Long Tail Totally Tubular with Micro Fur Fleece

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Add 8 inches of Micro Fur™ fleece to the bottom of our classic Totally Tubular™, multi-functional neck warmer, and you have the Long Tail. Both the brushed inside of the Comfort Shell™; and the fleece feel insanely soft against your face and provide you with all day warmth, so you can focus on the adventure at hand.

It's the Totally Tubular™ that gives you even more: extra long coverage with our soft, midweight Micro Fur™ fleece. Worn as a neck, a balaclava, a headband and more, you can keep wind and sweat off of your neck and forehead with our Long Tail Totally Tubular™ this season. With over ten ways to wear, the versatile Long Tail Totally Tubular™ is a must-have for any athlete or outdoor enthusiast. Pocket-packable, the Totally Tubular™ is comprised of our proprietary technical fabric, Comfort Shell™, which sets it apart from all other multi-functional headwear. It is wicking and lightweight with a 4-way stretch fit, anti-microbial properties and a soft, brushed interior. Perfect for tucking under goggles while on the mountain or wearing as a face shield through outdoor activities

    • Main Fabric Type: Single-layer Comfort Shell™ UV Performance Fabric
    • Main Fabric Content: 92% Polyester/8% Spandex
    • Bottom Fabric Type: Single-layer Micro Fur™ Fleece
    • Bottom Fabric Content: 100% Polyester
    • Fit Type: Fitted
    • Weight: 4.6 oz
    • Dimensions: 10.25" (w) x 26.5" (l)

*Please note that this product is not considered PPE. This product does not guarantee prevention from transmission or infection of disease. Face coverings have been shown to reduce the likelihood of the spread of viruses through airborne particulates. This product is not intended to be used in any surgical, industrial, or high-risk situations where significant exposure to liquid, bodily, or other hazardous fluids may be possible. For questions relating to Coronavirus (COVID-19) and CDC recommended best practices, please visit the CDC's website or talk to your healthcare provider.