This is the Absolute guide to the full range of Airhole Airtubes including Standard, Cinch and Ergo Airtubes. Designed for those who snowboard or ski, air tubes are also essential bits of kit for anyone out in extreme winter weather conditions, especially in the mountains, and wanting to keep their neck and face nice and warm and protected from strong sun, wind, rain, sleet and snow..
The Airhole Standard Airtube features a flat top seam, making it perfect to wear as a neck gaiter or up as a facemask. Being a tube (some people call it a gaiter, snood or chube) the airtube requires no fastening behind the neck (like a face mask). Instead, you pull it over your head. The Standard Airtube comes in a range of stunning designs, colours and materials all with the signature Airhole breathe hole - which provides a clear passage for breath, preventing moisture build up which otherwise causes a wet cold face and the steaming up of googles.
Using the same tube shape at the Standard Airtube, the Cinch Airtube features a flat top finish so the wearer can use it as a neck gaitor or mask but also comes with a cinch draw cord, enabling the wearer to draw it tight creating a snug seal between the Airtube and your face. The cinch cord also helps keep the Airtube as you move around during any extreme winter sports activity. The Airhole Airtube Cinch is available in 2 Layer, Insulated or Faux Fur for every condition.
The Airhole Airtube Ergo is the most technical Airtube and the Airtube of choice for team riders. Featuring an ergonomic finish that hugs the face and butts up nicely to your googles, the wearer may use it as a neck gaiter or mask. The signature Airhole provides a clear passage for breath, preventing moisture build up. The Airhole Airtube Ergo is available in Featherlite, Polar, Drytech, Merino, Cashmere & Sweater Knit for every condition.