Regular Fit. Covers the chest area. Unisex.
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One size, designed to fit most neck sizes with a generous length without added bulk.
Some folks prefer a more snug fit so that the gaiter will stay up on the neck. If this is the case, please consider the theatomikbomb adjustable neck gaiter with velcro tabs.
- 22" length
- 18" girth
Questions about fit? Email us: [email protected]
Our Classic Neck Gaiter is incredibly versatile, and offers maximum sun protection for your neck. The yoke neckline is designed to protect the upper chest and back of the neck.
Use it as a fishing face mask, neck warmer, cool neck wrap (dampen the gaiter and allow the evaporating water to cool the neck, back and chest), running neck gaiter to provide sun protection to the back of the neck, full sun face mask, nose sun protector, neck sun protection for front, sides and back of the neck and cooling head wrap. Both theatomikbomb neck gaiters can be used as a non-medical face mask, to help reduce spread of infection.
Made in small batches by fairly paid workers here in Tallinn. Throw it in the washer and dryer when needed. It's created for long-lasting comfort and durability, per our Circular Fashion pledge.
87% 37.5™ polyester, 13% spandex, thermoregulating UPF 50+
The activated particles in Cocona™/37.5™ fabric increase the surface area by up to 800%, resulting in outstanding evaporative cooling and UV protection. The climate control fabric retains warmth if you start cooling down or releases warmth if your core body temperature starts to rise. The protection never washes out.
COMING SOON: 87% Recycled Polyester, 13% spandex
Made from recycled plastic bottles! Soft, buttery - and sustainable - athleisure fabric, providing UPF 50+ sun protection that never washes out.
Machine wash warm, tumble dry low.
We're transitioning to Recycled Polyester fabric across all our styles. It has the same fit and feel as our 37. 5™ fabric, but is better for the environment, and the fashion industry overall.
A garment's greatest environmental impact comes from its care after being purchased. Wash only when necessary in order to save water.
When needed, machine wash warm and tumble dry low.
Equanimity arises when we accept the way things are. ~Jack Kornfield