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I want to get a good face mask, tha last one I bought was one size fits all, yah right I don't have a huge head but it is slightly bigger then most but this mask wouldn't fit at all. I want something cheap but good,
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Camoskinz at cabelas are alright. Very warm if you get the fleece lined one too. Only drawback, is that you either need to pull up the mask to call or cut a slit in it.
Also have a caller mask. The skimask looking thing. It is alright, but doesn't stay on your face very well.
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i just wear the camo ski mask style. they keep you nice and warm too. i get mine at sportsmans warehouse for i think about 5 bucks and there in various camos.
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I use a camo bandana when its not on your face it keeps your neck warm and you can get them for$.99.
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you may wish to try Spandoflage......I am pretty sure Wing Supply has them ....it is an elastic type of net for which you cut slits for eyes and mouth that fit you....they actually add warmth too....easy to stuff in your pocket...about $12, but last for seasons
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I gave up on the facemask a couple years ago. I now use camo face paint. It is cheap and covers every thing. I really got tired of pulling up the mask to call, spit out tobacco, or take a drink.
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Most of the time they are too warm. I use the trucker style hat with the camo netting. You can see through it and calling isn't a problem. It does tend to freeze up around the mouth area if you call alot. $11.00. All different type of camo too.
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