Beardski Ski Hats

Hunting gear like these ski masks top the list of our 2013 gift guide.
Capper’s Farmer Editors
October 25, 2013
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Capper’s Farmer Gift Guide for the 2013 Holiday Season

Looking for gift ideas for men? How about gifts for Dad? Know someone who enjoys skiing or other outdoor activities in winter? Beardski ( just might be the solution. These ski masks are perfect for the outdoor enthusiast, whether skiing, shoveling snow, building snow forts or indulging in snowball fights with the kids, or even hunting. The combination of a hat and a Beardski mean a warm head and face while spending time out in the elements of winter.

Features include:

  • Adjustable attachment flaps make the Beardski one size fits all
  • Made with thermal fleece neck and vented neoprene mouth and chin
  • Water resistant
  • Lined with high-quality silk backing for durability
  • Washable and nonflammable

The Beardski is available in a variety of styles, and prices range from $34.95 to $39.95.

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