Winter is upon us and that means Skiing and Riding! It also means it gets cold. I don't know about you, but sometimes when it gets cold my nose runs. Have you ever had to wipe your nose on your glove? Sure we all do and yeah, it is kind of gross. I've used those gloves that have those soft terry-cloth bits on the thumb. That works for a day, but the next day? Here is my idea:
You take the Blackcomb glove, and you take one of those terry-cloth wristbands that you use for basketball, And then you cut a hole for your thumb so that you can slide the wristband over your hand! Obviously, you will need a wider wristband, but hopefully you get the idea!
Now you have a soft liner that you can take off your glove at the end of the day to wash it! How clever is that? I would call it the SNOT rag. That would stand for: Swipe Nose On Thumb!
How about it We.Retail _ is that a great idea or what?
Hey We.Retail ! I was wondering what you thought of my suggestion: a helmet liner to cover the space between your forehead and goggles. Do you know what I mean? I have seen those helmets that have a big visor connected, but those always fog up on me. I want to be able to use my own goggles with your Kawartha Snow Helmet but I always get brain freeze.
What if you had a 1-2 inch strip of felt or some other material that can be attached to the inside of the helmet that you could fold down and place your goggles over? That would really help keep you warm on those really cold days. On those warmer days, all you would need to do is fold it up and it is out of the way!