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8 ways to wear a tubular bandana with Caiden Tuller

How to wear a tubular bandana

Winter is here, which means you're either thrilled because winter sports or underway or you're miserable because every time you step outside you want to cry. But no matter if you're pro or anti winter, this tubular bandana is the perfect accessory. 

Our tubular bandana, out now, can be worn as a facemask, a headband, a neck gaiter, and more — seriously, the possibilities are endless. It can be worn for winter sports like skiing or snowboarding, or it can protect your face from the wind when you're forced against your will to take the dog out. 

To demonstrate the many ways to wear this bandana, I recruited Caiden Tuller, our customer relations manager, to show it how it's done.

1. Ski mask

A male shown wearing a black and read bandana as a face mask in the snow

Cover your face when you're speeding down a black diamond, or for whenever you have to brace the cold. 

2. Headband

A male wearing a black and red Death Wish bandana as a headband

This bandana is a great way to keep hair out of your face, whether that's outside or at the gym. For those with long hair, BONUS STYLE! Wear this bandana as a scrunchie for when you lose the ponytail holder on your wrist. 

3. The Buzz Lightyear

A male wearing a red and black bandana that covers his head

Honestly, this is my personal favorite. To infinity and beyond! 

4. The cap

A male wearing a red and black bandana as a hat that's tucked in at the base of his skull

The shape of this bandana can be easily folded and tucked the way you want it. Here, Caiden wears it as a cap that you can wear under helmets and hats, or just on it's own. The view from the back is below.

A view of the back of a male's head wearing a red and black bandana as a hat that's tucked in at the base of his skull

 

5. Neck gaiter

A male wearing a black and red tubular bandana as a neck guard

Protect your neck and keep it warm all winter long by wearing this bad boy as a neck gaiter/buff/whatever the hell you want to call it. 

6. Loosely fitting cap

A male wearing a black and red bandana as a loosely fitting cap

You don't have to tuck the back of this in if you decide to cover your head with it — here, Caiden simply put the bandana on to cover his ears and his head for warmth.

7. Full facemask 

A male wearing a black and red bandana that covers his entire face except for his eyes

This look is a great way to keep your entire head warm when you're outside. Start with the bandana around your neck, then pull the front to just below your eyes. Pull the back over your head, and adjust as needed! 

8. The "I don't want to see anyone today"

A male wearing a black and red bandana that covers his entire face, including his eyes

Sometimes you really just want to hide from everything while also staying warm and cozy.

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