No matter your alpine pursuit of choice, high winds, and bitter cold are probably in your future. Rab's Shadow Balaclava takes the sting out of foul alpine weather, with Polartec Power Stretch fabric and strategic panels of Polartec Wind Pro to cut the wind, wick moisture, and trap heat close to your head. If you get warm, you can flip the head section back to cool down, so you'll stay comfortable while climbing, mountaineering, and skiing.
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