Healthy Running in the Cold
When selecting cold weather gear, don't forget your face and airways. Warm and humidified air will help you achieve optimal performance this winter. No matter how cold it gets, you can still run as far as you want and not worry about cold, dry air damaging your lungs.
"I have raced with the ColdAvenger in -40 F weather at the North Pole and in Antarctica, and I would not trust any other product to protect my face and lungs from the freezing temperatures. ColdAvenger is light weight, warm but not hot, and extremely packable and breathable." - Mike Wardian, Champion marathoner and ultramarathoner, winner of the North Pole Marathon.