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Old 26th Feb 11, 03:45 PM
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Scarf to cover mouth for running

Hi everyone, I know someone mentioned about these before and there was a link where I could get one from but can't find the thread now - can someone point me in the right direction as to the name etc as nothing in google coming up with my description. Thank you.
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Old 26th Feb 11, 04:15 PM
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I use a buff, I've got two in fact. When it gets close to -10 degrees or below I tend to cover my mouth and nose with one of these.
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Old 26th Feb 11, 08:44 PM
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Don't use anything made of cotton in sub 0C.
I once ran in -16C and covered my mouth with the remnants of an old t-shirt. I had to remove it after 25 minutes because a block of ice had formed on it
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Old 26th Feb 11, 08:49 PM
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one time i run when it snowed,
the hair inside my nose frozed,i could not breath proparly,and it felt like i have a glass in my nose :-)
stay at home, next to the fireplace ^_^ you will not have a problem of looking for any scarf blooking the nose or mouth,lol
breathing with it ?
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Old 26th Feb 11, 09:02 PM
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I bought a buff for cycling. Wore it for running a while back and it was great. Kept my chest warm and I felt much better
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Old 27th Feb 11, 03:02 PM
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Hi it was yours truly who started the original thread as I wanted something my self...I ended up getting a buff from SportsDirect.com
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Hi it was yours truly who started the original thread as I wanted something my self...I ended up getting a buff from SportsDirect.com
Ah that's great, thanks swrunner. Will go and order one asap.
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