How to wear a Neck Gaiter

March 23, 2020

How to wear a Neck Gaiter

The HOOK 360° neck gaiters are extremely versatile and durable. You can wear them 15 different ways. In addition to protecting you from harmful UV rays with its UPF 30 rating, it can also protect you from bugs, wind chill, dust, small rocks/pebbles and more. The moisture wicking traits of the gaiter help wick away sweat while keeping you dry and cool. Each neck gaiter is shipped in 100% recycled paper (absolutely no plastic)
15 Ways to Wear:
  • Neck Gaiter
  • Headband
  • Balaclava
  • Cap
  • Do Rag
  • Face Mask
  • Pirate
  • Foulard
  • Hair Tie
  • Hairband
  • Hood
  • Wristband
  • Saharlane 
  • Hat Liner
  • Neckerchief
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