ZANheadgear makes both hot weather and cold weather liners that motorcycle riders should know about.
by Mark DT
Keeping comfortable and fatigue free when riding is important. If you are too hot or cold, this will create a distraction. We all know that texting, screaming kids, and tailgating drivers can be big distractions to motorists. Have you ever thought about distractions that riders face? Thankfully many of the distractions in our cars are absent on the motorcycle, but fatigue and environmental stresses are much more of a concern when riding than driving.
In the past we’re reviewed good vented gear, windscreens, and heated grips as means of helping riders lessen the impact of the outside environment. Today we look at one of the easiest, and cheapest ways to keep your head at a comfortable temperature.
Because sometimes the weather is too cold!
On those days you may want to consider the ZANheadgear Micro Fleece and Neoprene Helmet Liner. Looking at the picture you can see it is simply a very thin fleece hat like head covering that your helmet easily fits over. The micro-fleece material covers your head, and keeps you warm and dry. Low tech, inexpensive, and very effective at keeping your ears and head warmer while you ride in the cold.
Ask any Canadian what it looks like and they’ll, likely say “Nice looking toque eh.”
Other days it’s just too damn hot!
It utilizes two different fabrics. The first is a Coolmax mesh that promotes cooling and moisture transfer. The second is a Coolmax stretch fabric that ensures a very clean snug fit that will work well under any helmet type including full face. This high tech bandana will cover your ears, and fit very snugly so as not to bunch up under your helmet.