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Does it protect against mosquitos?
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Would this be a good mask for people that wear glasses
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Does the front brim actually snap down?
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I see that hat is fitted, but does it have an elasticity band in the back for stretching like 39 thirty baseball caps?
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Does it protect against mosquitos?
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Would this be a good mask for people that wear glasses
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Would this item fit a young boy, age 8?
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Does the front brim actually snap down?
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I see that hat is fitted, but does it have an elasticity band in the back for stretching like 39 thirty baseball caps?

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RedHead RedHead Reversible Fleece Face Mask

This reversible RedHead® fleece face mask will keep you warm in the coldest weather. Reverses from blaze orange to camo. Soft, warm fleece construction with a comfortable knit hood. One size fits most. Imported. Reverses from blaze orange to camo Fleece construction with a comfortable knit hood One size fits most  
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Would this be a good mask for people that wear glasses

If this mask would NOT be recommended for glasses wearers which one DO you recommend? Thanks!
asked 2 months ago
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fuzz610
 - o'fallon, Mo.
on RedHead Reversible Fleece Face Mask
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The biggest issue that I had when wearing glasses with a face mask is the lenses fogging up. With this mask you can pull the nose piece up slightly to help direct air out the mouth of the mask as opposed to the eyes. This would be a good option for people wearing glasses. Thank you.
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