Gaiter Scarf

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Multi-Cool 12 in 1 Multifunctional Gaiter and Headwear

summer neck gaiter

Gaiter Scarf 1
  • 100% Microfiber
  • Proprietary technology cools to 30 degrees below average body temperature when wet
  • Chemical-free, UPF 50 protection from the sun; helps defend against dust, debris and wind
  • To activate cooling technology soak in water, wring out excess and snap three times; one size fits most
  • Typically cools for up to 2 hours when wet; to reactivate, simply re-soak and re-snap
  • Can be worn in more than 12 ways including as a headband, scarf, neck gator, hood, cap, do rag, facemask and more

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  • At amazon.com you can purchase Ligart Cooling Headwear Lightweight Thin Neck Gaiter Summer Protection from Sun, Surf, Wind and Moisture Face Mask Headwear Headband Bandana for Outdoor Sport for only $8.95
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18 reviews for Gaiter Scarf

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    pencilpusher

    I’ve been using my EnduraCool Multi-cool for about a month for desert hiking. I hike 4+ miles every day and a 10-20 mile hike once a week regardless of weather in a desert wilderness area. In late spring or summer it’s 95-105 degrees (30% humidity); hotter than that I stay home. I cover up with a Tilley hat and light-colored clothing. Very little exposed skin. It has worked for me for many years, but I decided to try the EnduraCool Multi-Cool which my son (in construction) swears by.Before a hike, I soak it good at home or camp and store it in a ziplock bag. When I get to the trailhead, I wring the excess water out into the ziplock bag, then save that water to re-wet the cloth later. There are no opportunities for water later in the hike so every drop is important on a 2 hour or longer hike in that heat. The instructions say to give it three snaps after wringing it. Some marketing guy thinks he’s brilliant for coming up with that one, but it’s pointless and potentially wastes water. I stretch the cloth to distribute the moisture, but snapping it doesn’t make any difference. You might as well click your heels three times. There is nothing to “activate”. Water on cloth evaporates. Evaporation is one of the few things we can depend on. Sort of like gravity in that respect. I rarely have to activate my boots to hold me on the ground.I initially wear it as a neck wrap, tucking the excess inside my shirt collar. This keeps my neck cool, and cools the blood supply to my head keeping my head cooler. Excess water is absorbed in my shirt where it evaporates and adds to the cooling effect. In ~30% humidity, the cloth stays cool for about 30-60 minutes or more. Periodically, I reach inside the wrap, grab the bottom hem and pull it to the top, thus flipping it and putting the wetter end around my neck. I can feel the cooling, but I can also feel the effects of a cooler head. My thinking is sharper, and I don’t fatigue as easily–both good things hiking alone in a desert without trails.As the day heats up and a hot wind materializes, I pull the top hem up in the back as a hood, but I don’t pull it up anymore than I need to keep it in place. My ventilated hat lets the sweat in my hair continue to cool me while keeping the sun off. The moisture in the cloth evaporates faster, but that’s what you need as it gets hotter and more windy. If it gets too dry, I sometimes remove the cloth and re-wet it in the ziplock bag. I don’t pour water on as it is too wasteful where freerunning water is non-existent.Another trick I use is to keep track of how my throat feels. In a dry climate with lots of exertion (e.g. uphill), my throat dries out from respiration. When that starts to happen, I pull the top hem over my nose and mouth and breathe through the cloth. This reduces moisture loss as you breathe. The cloth captures moisture as you exhale keeping your throat from feeling dry. That recycled moisture keeps your face cool. Moisture management lets you hike longer and safer. I don’t do this unless I feel the need as I honestly can’t stand to have anything covering my face, but sometimes I have to compromise.Anyway, it’s a winner. I don’t much care about the elaborate measurements a dozen youtube video reviewers performed with infrared thermometers in their backyard. The value for me has been the added comfort and safety the Multi-cool has provided me in actual harsh desert conditions. My Tilley hat, Multi-cool and sunblock are indispensable tools for desert hiking in summer.

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    Adventurer

    Wore this during the end of July hiking from the South Rim to Phantom Ranch and back. When we got down to the Colorado River the temperature gauge at the foot bridge read 120 degrees. Wore this around my neck the entire trip and it worked like a champ. In the dry heat conditions you will have to apply water more frequently but if it’s kept moist it will help you stay cool.In contrast I also use this in the middle of summer when kayaking my local rivers. On a certain 9 mile trip after initially applying water I’ve found the band stays wet and is still cooling by the time I’m finished paddling. I was originally a skeptic of this product but this is one case I’m glad I took the chance because it has earned go-to status in my warm weather kit.UPDATE: I just ordered this year’s new high viz yellow color to go with the original sand color I used last year. I have to say the reduction in size from last year’s model is disappointing to say the least. I love the high viz yellow color and reflective material but I have a tiny head and it’s almost too tight to stand to be worn as a headband. Now I understand what some other reviewers have been saying about it being just too tight and small overall. No kidding, it seems the company wanted to save some money by making these smaller by using far less material. At the current price point it’s a shame really, while the new colors are nice, the overall utility for those with average sized heads has been greatly reduced. Buyer beware, I had to knock a star off my original five star review because for many the headband function is now a complete afterthought.

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    CLARK STEWART

    I’m a big dude. 330 pounds and out of shape. I decided to clean out my property in 95 degree Alabama heat. This thing saved me from at least a dozen heat strokes! When your body sweats you’ll be fine, but if the head gets too hot you will pass out. This headband kept the sweat off my face and the heat at bay. When it’s that hot outside you don’t notice the cooling effect as you normally would, but you don’t notice the heat either. I was able to work for hours at a time without feeling any effects of the extreme heat and humidity. Mission products are an absolute lifesaver. I don’t work outside without one. Bought a headband for outdoor play on the boat to keep me comfortable. Buy it and get to work!

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    Lea Scott

    It keeps my ears cool which allows me to stalk the neighborhood squirrels in the heat of the day. I’m also stoked it holds my ears back while I drink. I’m giving it 4 stars because it also makes me look a little dingusy.

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    Amazon Customer

    I purchased this product prior to a trip to Costa Rica. A group of friends and I were planning to rent four wheelers and go off roading so I was hoping to decrease the dust/dirt as well as protect myself from the hot sun. I can’t say enough about the protection this product gave me… not only from the sun but also from the dusty roads! At night my boyfriend would be cleaning his ears out with multiple Q-tips and my ears were dirt free! Not to mention I did not get sunburned once on the trip despite long days and constant sun at our backs. Plus, I almost purchased this item in a retail store and amazon prices were almost 50% less.

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    I am not a SMURF

    Okay I love this but the color is wrong in the picture. It isn’t a rosey or coral color is is bright freaking pink.This thing is amazing. Its been 98-100+ here (Colorado.) I’ve been playing Pokemon Go. If I soak this for a minute in cold water, wring it out, then pop it 3 times (as directions state,) the effect lasts at least 2 hours, even in the sun.This makes the heat and sun bearable on the hottest of days. (Where I live is pretty dry. If you live in super muggy areas, not sure how it will work for you.)

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    VAM

    The only thing is that I don’t think it cools as much as I thought it would – and I have to admit I don’t care for the feeling of a wet cloth around my neck for hours – (That’s my fault – I did read the description). I think next time I’ll buy one of those wearable ice packs for the neck. I honestly don’t think this would do much for me in a place like Florida.

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    Carrie M

    This is the second one Ive bought! I love this product. It works so well, I use it to work out, on hot days outside or at work, I even use it after I shower to hold back my hair while I moisturize and apply makeup. Id love more colour options though.

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    Meg

    I haven’t used it in hot weather yet but have used it during work outs and it keeps me very cool. Takes nothing to make it cold again when it gets warm. I find it also helps for late night hot flashes

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    FoxxyValentina

    I love this little scarf but I wish it wouldn’t get my hair wet. That’s the only downside

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    Colette Vroom

    I do like wearing it, it sits well around my neck and I love the colour. As for the chilling, it seemed to work at first but now it’s just cooling because it is wet.

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    Jan

    Keeps you feeling cool and less tied during heat waves or high humidity. Definatly helps with your daily stamina.I highly recommend this product.

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    James

    Great way to beat the heat

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    Axel Gauffre

    Don’t like it.

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    Mandy

    Great head cover in pool.

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    Ruiz G

    Funciona tal y como se anuncia, perfecto para esos días extremadamente calurosos

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    Kyle

    It’ll keep the sweat off your face, but it doesn’t cool you off like it suggests.

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    Simon Aubin

    Merci!

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