It is not "Crunch, crunch, crunch". We describe it that way but truly the word should have a softer start to it. It should be a longer word, especially the middle portion, which should convey a sort of friction. And the end of it should almost melt away yet confirm some distinct finish. Our vocabulary just doesn't have the word to truly describe the sound our feet make when running on snow.
Fortunately for us we do have neck gaiters to wear while we "crunch, crunch, crunch threw the snow on our runs. A neck gaiter covers the gaps and they are especially handy on that section by the lake where the wind blows straight in your face. There, you pull it up over you mouth and nose and hide your face like a bandit stealing miles from Mother Nature.
Simple yet versatile piece of gear. Soft fleece facing keeps you warm on those really cold days when you need all the coverage you can get. Wear it as a neck gaiter a baclava or as a stove pipe stocking hat. The two sided fabric also keeps you warmer by wicking moisture away to keep your dry.
- Hand-sewn in the USA
- Oeko-Tex 100 Standard fabric
85% Polyamide, 15% Elastane