Outdoor Research Face Mask

Outdoor Research Face Mask
Outdoor Research Face Mask
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Face Mask by Outdoor Research
Whether you're trail running or skiing, the Outdoor Research Face Mask adds insulation and wind protection to your face as you combat brisk winter conditions. The Face Mask features a contoured shape and hook-and-loop closure that allows for an exacting fit, while the Gore Windstopper material prevents warmth-sapping winds from getting the best of your adventure.

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SKU: ODR00H8
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