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Irish Dance Neck Gaiters, Buff, scarf, headband , Mask , Irish masks, Irish Dance Face Coverings
Irish Dance Neck Gaiters, Buff, scarf, headband , Mask , Irish masks, Irish Dance Face Coverings

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Product Code: IRISHGAITER1

What a versatile piece of cloth! You can wear your Irish Dance Neck Gaiter in so many different ways and purposes. Great for your on the go Irish dancer and feis mom!

19 Ways to Wear a Neck Warmer:
1.Scarf – simply pull the tube scarf over your neck for an effortlessly cool look, which will also keep you
2.Hood – This covers most of your head and is excellent for staying warm. Keep the front of the neck
scarf under your chin, and pull the back up to cover your head.
3.Balaclava – start off with the hood. Then take the material from just under your chin, double it up and
pull up to cover your nose for added warmth or sun protection.
4.Face covering– Start with the tube scarf on your neck, then pull it up to just below your eyes. This style
is ideal to protect against dirt, dust, rain or cold.
5.Neck Warmer – keep it around your neck but pull it up over your chin and the back of your neck. A great
way to protect against wind burn when cycling.
6.Sun Guard – put it around your neck and pull the back up and over the back of your head. This works
particularly well when worn under a hat or helmet.
7.Headband – Wear the neck gaiter around your forehead to keep pesky hair at bay or absorb sweat
when you’re on a long hike. Scrunch it up for a more casual look or fold it to look like a pro.
8.Hair Band – begin with a scarf around your neck, then pull it up at the front to push back your hair.
Works well with either long or short hair.
9.Head Scarf – start off with the hair band look, then pull the tube scarf back – perfect for bad hair days!
10.Hair Tie – Like a simple scrunchie, wrap the neck gaiter around your ponytail to hold your hair back.
11.Bandana – Take your neck warmer and turn it inside out. Put both of your arms through the garment
and cross the grab the ends of opposite sides of the tube. Pull both ends to form a knot at 1/3 from
the end of the tube. Shape it a bit so the opening is large enough to fit your head. Place on your head
and adjust the knot until the fit is perfect. This can be worn under your helmet without having to adjust
the helmet size.
12.Hat Liner – a neck scarf is thin and lightweight enough to be worn under a hat for extra warmth and
protection against sunburn. Lay it over your head and simply pop your hat on top.
13. Helmet Liner – just like the hat liner, use a scarf to add an extra layer underneath your helmet.
14.Beanie/Cap – First grab your neck tube and turn it inside out. Place one end of the tube on the top of
your head and twist it in the center at least twice. Then take the opening above the twist and pull it
down over your head.
15.Sahariane– One of the most classic ways to wear a neck gaiter. Turn it inside out, lay it flat over your
head with the openings at the front and the back. Open the top layer of the tube and hold inside with a
hand over your forehead. With the other hand pull the top layer down over your head to form a cap
16.Bobble hat – Give your beanie hat a bit of a flair with the single layered bobble hat style. Start off with the beanie, but tie the loose end of the neck warmer into a big knot.
17.Do Rag – A simple do rag pulled over your head and left open at the back means you can protect your neck from the sun.
18.Foulard – Start with the hairband, but open up the back of the neck gaiter slightly. Create some fabulous hairdos with this style!
19.Wristband – wrap around your wrist enough times till the fit is snug, a great way to absorb sweat on
-Port Authority® Stretch Performance Gaiter
-USA embroidered.
-Olive Green
-95/5 poly/spandex
-Dimensions: 19" x 9"
-Machine washable

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Disclaimer: The mask should not be used (1) in any surgical setting or where significant exposure to liquid, bodily or other hazardous fluids, may be expected; (2) in a clinical setting where the infection risk level through inhalation exposure is high; or (3) in the presence of a high intensity heat source or flammable gas. We are NOT either express or implied, that the face cover prevents infection or the transmission of viruses or diseases.

No returns on masks for obvious health reasons. Hope you understand. Jewelry is always returnable.