Collection: Balaclavas

Balaclavas are form-fitting garments typically made of stretchy fabric that cover the head, neck, and sometimes the face, leaving only the eyes, nose, and mouth exposed. Originally designed for protection against cold weather, they have evolved to serve various purposes. Balaclavas are commonly used in outdoor activities such as skiing, snowboarding, and motorcycling to provide warmth and protection against wind and cold temperatures. Additionally, they are frequently employed in tactical and military settings to conceal one's identity and protect against harsh environmental conditions. In recent years, balaclavas have also been associated with protests and demonstrations as a means to anonymize participants and protect their identities.