The Seirus Skull Liner Is a Wise Investment

It's perfect for those days when a full helmet liner is not needed.

A few years ago, I started wearing a thin, synthetic balaclava under my helmet on colder days and was immediately hooked on it. It was comfortable, and the wicking aspect kept my head dry and preserved the inside of the helmet.

On really cold days, I have a Seirus face mask to put over the liner.

And when I say I was hooked, I mean attached. The balaclava became so much a part of the equipment bag that it felt weird to put the helmet on without it. It would always drive me crazy during the spring because it became just a little too warm, but I felt funny not wearing it.

But on some days, you just do not need the full balaclava.

I turned to Seirus for something a little lighter.

Poof. There was the Seirus Thermax Skull Liner.

It is basically what the company describes — an ultra-thin skull cap that combines wicking technology with a flat-seam construction that makes it really comfortable to wear while knowing you'll get the performance you want — or are paranoid about. It fits right under a helmet or can be used to layer-up with a hat.

For skiing and snowboarding, your head feels right when it's inside the helmet, but there is nothing around your neck and chin.

The Skull Liner is a serious product that carries a minimal investment — the suggested retail price is $15.99. I think it is a must for the snowsports bag.

Oh, one more little secret. At lunch, you can take the helmet off wearing the Skull Liner and you already have a hat on for those moments on the patio.

Serius is featured in most stores that feature snow sports equipment. A store locator is available on the Web site.


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