TurtleFur Comfort Shell Neckula Lined with Original Fleece

Regular price $23.95

Shipping calculated at checkout.
A heavyweight neck warmer made of our technical performance fabric and beloved Original Turtle Fur Fleece®, the Neckula™ is the best of both performance and comfort. With a quick-drying and breathable exterior and insanely soft liner, this neck warmer has you covered from the nape of the neck to the tip of your nose.

The Neckula™ is a heavyweight neck warmer fully lined with our decadently soft Original Turtle Fur Fleece® to provide two layers of element protection and advanced heat retention. Designed to fit perfectly around your neck when worn below the chin, the Neckula™ also sits comfortably on your nose and cheeks when pulled up for additional face protection. This face and neck-warmer combination is fully lined with our warmest and most insulating fleece, which traps heat and provides luxurious softness against your face and neck. The exterior is comprised of our proprietary technical fabric, Comfort Shell™, which acts as an additional barrier between you and the elements, keeping you shielded from sun and wind, dry from sweat and spray- all while staying fresh with sweat-wicking and anti-microbial properties. Perfect for cold-weather activities including skiing, snowshoeing, biking, hiking, snowboarding and all other outdoor adventures!

    • Fabric Type: Comfort Shell™ UV Performance Fabric
    • Fabric Content: 92% Polyester/8% Spandex
    • Lining Type: Fully-lined with Original Turtle Fur® Fleece
    • Lining Content: 100% Acrylic
    • Fit Type: Regular
    • Weight: 3.4 oz
    • Dimensions: 9.875" (w) x 9.625" (l)

*Please note that this product does not guarantee prevention from transmission or infection of disease. This product is not considered PPE, and 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 information on CDC recommended best practices, please visit the CDC's website or talk to your healthcare provider.