Airhole Shark Face Ski Mask

Feb 19, 2014

Category: Gear

As the Ken Burns documentary Sharknado taught us, sharks can attack anywhere— not just in the ocean. Now we’re seeing further proof of that with sharks on the slopes, courtesy this fierce Airhole Shark Face Ski Mask. Though you may get some chum thrown at you, you’ll have no worries about frostbite with the fleece-lined interior and big velcro strip for secured closure.

Featuring a startling graphic of a carcharodon carcharias’ (great white) mouth, this bandanna also has a small rubber airhole for ventilation. Don’t even think about using that hole for anything other than air. Just don’t. Unlike most sharks, the bandanna is made of 100% polyester, and probably the only way to command more fear on the slopes is to wear an actual shark on your face. But they’re pretty heavy, so… [Purchase]

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