Face Shield with Windbloc Neck Polartec Windbloc Fleece.
The Polartec Windbloc Face Shield is an over-the-nose face mask and neck gaiter combination. It features an extra-long, contoured panel of Polartec Windbloc in the front as the first line of defense against wind on the neck, chin and clavicle. The breathable and quick-drying properties as well as the next-to-skin softness of our single-layer Comfort Shell performance fabric creates a comfortable and breathable panel over the mouth. Next, a double-layer of Comfort Shell provides protection for the cheeks, sides and back to create moisture-wicking, wind-resistant, heat-trapping coverage.
UPF 50+ Blocks 97% of UV rays
Brushed for next-to-skin softness
Breathable & quick drying
Anti-microbial: Treated to resist bacteria growth as a result of perspiration
Warmth without weight: Meets the challenge of keeping you warm without weighing you down
Where does anything begin but with an idea and a dream? Each of our uniquely individual brands here at The Turtle Fur Group has its own story, inspiration and voice, supported by an unwavering dedication to quality and innovation, support of family and community, and love and respect for our planet... all while having fun. Turtle Fur outdoor accessories for all seasons and lifestyles. Turtle Fur has been synonymous with ski and cold weather accessories for over 30 years, but we're so much more. For example, we significantly expanded our Comfort Shell active line (formerly Black Turtle Collection) and our performance technical line, added new unlined Merino Wool knit hats and midweight Artisan Handmade Nepal Knits. Our famous Lectra Battery Heated Sox originated with our Nordic Gear line and still lives on - based on popular demand - under the Turtle Fur Brand.
This Limited Warranty applies 90 days from date of purchase and only to products manufactured by or for Turtle Fur Group that can be identified by our trade names, or logos affixed to them. This warranty does not apply to: (a) damage caused by accident, abuse, misuse, flood, fire, exposure to extreme temperatures, or other external causes; (b) cosmetic damage, including but not limited to pilling or fading, or other forms of discoloration from aging; (c) damage caused by puncture, cuts, abrasions, and mistreatment or excessive wear.