No matter what time of year it is, investing in a high-quality neck warmer is something that you will not regret. When choosing the best neck warmer for cycling, there are a few things that you need to consider.
The best neck warmers for cycling are comfortable, versatile and above all, keep you warm. Depending on the temperature (and your preference), you may even choose to ride with the neck warmer covering your face. Such use has become common place due to the global pandemic.
The temperature you are looking to cycle in will affect which material is best for you. Do not get too hooked up on the thickness of a neck warmer. In theory, you would think that the thicker, the better. However, you soon warm up on the bike, and you do not want to be left feeling uncomfortable with a sweaty and moist neck.
For colder conditions, a neck warmer that is long and comfortable enough to reach over your nose and mouth are perfect. It will help to take the sting out of taking in mouthfuls of chilly winter air.
A tubular design that you pull over your head is still the most common neck warmer design for cyclists. They are easy to put on and very versatile. Extra-long versions can even be used to cover your whole head and keep your ears protected from the wind.
A good neck warmer should be long enough to cover the lower part of your face in addition to your neck. Although neck warmers are not as effective as pollution masks for cycling at filtering out harmful emissions. They can give you a layer of protection while cycling on the traffic-clogged roads.
Neck warmers are one size fits all, making them a perfect gift for any friend or family member that you know will be cycling this winter.
What you look like on the bike is important, so find a neck warmer that suits your style. They come in a wide range of colours and designs. The most common and versatile is black, but that does not mean that you cannot use a neck warmer to add a splash of colour to your cycling get up.
Look for a neck warmer that is seamless. Due to their tubular design, some neck warmers come with a seam connecting the two ends of the material. However, with regular use, this can become annoying as it twists around your face and neck, feeling uncomfortable and leaving you to have to unravel or turn the neck warmer repeatedly.
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