Missoula, Montana - A new face mask claims to offer hunters and outdoors people "the ultimate cold-weather breathing protection," with wind-resistant, water-shedding and insulating characteristics that make it an essential hunting accessory. The mask keeps a user's face warm and dry while humidifying inhaled cold air and allowing them to breathe freely.
"Predator Camouflage is functional and durable, and better yet, it's already been tested in the outdoor elements," said Talus Outdoor Tech chief operating officer John Sullivan, in a company release. "With Predator's line of camouflage patterns, we knew we could create a product that would truly benefit a wide range of hunters with the need to stay warm, dry and most importantly, unseen."
Talus says its ColdAvenger Hunter is designed for various winter outdoor activities where both deception and protection from cold is essential. The face piece is made of medical-grade plasticiser-free polyurethane selected for its safety, microbial resistance, and overall cold weather endurance.
The polyurethane nose and mouth chamber mixes inhaled cold air with exhaled warm air to achieve a dynamic balance of warmth and humidity while keeping moisture away from the face.
Talus says its patent-pending ventilation technology keeps temperatures inside the mask 40 - 60 deg F higher than the outside air. The Predator fabric is a soft, quiet 380 gram fleece that has a comfortable stretch to fit the face, ears, and neck.
ColdAvenger ventilator system allows the user "to breathe freely without resistance, removes moisture, eliminates fogging of most eyewear, protects airways from the damaging cold," and keeps the face warm, said Sullivan. "All this equates to a much more comfortable and safe outdoor experience."
See more at www.talusoutdoortech.com.