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Get Outdoors With The Ninja Balaclava #GIVEAWAY

Full Disclosure: I received products free of charge for the purpose of providing a review. My opinions are completely my own based on my experience.

It's no secret that I love the snow. I love everything (well not so much driving in it), but most everything else about it. I find it peaceful and beautiful.

And, I love running in it, but I'm not a huge fan of running in the cold. Running in the cold wind is even harder for me. But with the Ninja Balaclava I've been able to brave the harsh weather. So far my coldest run this year has been -6. 

This week it warmed up to a real feel of 10 where I was able to get in my first 6 miles (post during injury) on my familiar running route. 

The Ninja Balaclava  worked great for me. It's not as tight as some of the other ones I've tried. It shielded my face, but since it wasn't skin tight on me, I was able to get in some fresh air which actually helped with my breathing. It was easy to pull down and back up on my face as needed. 

If you struggle with Winter running, I would encourage you to try the Ninja Balaclava. When I first tried running in the cold Winter, I really struggled with the cold. Now, I won't run in the winter without one. 

After my run, I got nice and warm with the fleece neck warmer that came with the Ninja Balaclava. 

I'm excited that one of you could win your own Ninja Balaclava and fleece neck warmer! Simply enter the giveaway tools below. 

Giveaway is open to U.S. Residents, void where prohibited. Must be 18+. Only one entrant per household, per address. Winner is subject to eligibility verification. Winner will be contacted via email and have 48 hours to respond before a new winner is chosen.

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  1. It doesn't look like the need for this item is going away anytime soon! Thanks for the opportunity to win!

  2. Yes I run outside and this winter has been brutal. I wear a headband under my hat for extra ear protection. Then a neck gaiter. This balaclava would be so great.

  3. This whole snowpocalypse thing is making it pretty darn hard to stay warm outside, so this would be wonderful! *-*

  4. I ran last week on the 10 degree day and it was brutal!

  5. I will still run and bike when it is above freezing. I just use a lightweight jacket.

  6. i dont run i do walking its easier for my but i wear thermals and sweats, hat, gloves!!!

  7. This looks like a great product. We don't get much snow down here in the south. It could be useful when it gets real cold though. It definitely looks comfortable.

  8. I love running outside in winter bc I don't get too hot. gloves and headband are a must for staying warm



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