Have you already found the right set-up for the winter season? The equipment this year also includes the FFP2 mask. Many skiers and snowboarders are undecided: Should I put the mask down after the lift ride or should I leave it on all the time? There is no separate FFP2 mask just for skiing, but you can follow a few tips and tricks so that your ears don't get banged off all the time and you don't have to put on your helmet every time you use the lift. Your NAKED Optics crew has summarized three alternatives for you for a relaxed day on the ski slopes with an FFP2 mask.
Clips for the ski goggle strap for FFP2 mask
We got creative and designed something very special. With our 3D printer "Sepp" we have made a clip that can be easily attached to the strap of the snow goggles. Afterwards the mask can be quickly and easily attached to the clip. The tool is very easy and quick to use and protects your ears from twisting. The clips are available in our online shop. Do you have a 3D printer at home and would you like to recreate the clip? No problem. We would be happy to provide you with our template. Just contact our customer service: firstname.lastname@example.org
Face masks from a Carinthian start-up
Wewe - That's the name of the young company from Carinthia. The founders, Anna and Philipp, are big ski fans and have set themselves the goal of saving the winter season. Said and done! With a mask, which you can easily attach to the helmet with a Velcro fastener. The practical design makes it possible to "clamp" an FFP2 mask in the mask. This means that you can always optimally adapt to the Corona measurements. You can find more information about the young start-up company and the masks here.
Retaining strap for FFP2 mask on the ski helmet
Another practical alternative this winter season is a Schranz Healthcare mask tether. How does the strap for the FFP2 mask work? The retaining strap can be quickly attached and adjusted to any ski helmet with a Velcro fastener. Another highlight here is that the tether is reconnectable and washable. Thanks to the practical tool, you don't have to constantly take your helmet up and down for the lift ride. Here you can find more information about the retaining strap for the FFP2 mask.
Why does my ski goggles fog up with the FFP2 mask?
Have you ever had the problem this winter that your ski goggles with the face mask constantly fogged up? We have summarized exactly why this happens and how you can prevent it in a blog article. You can read more about it here.