Those look sick... I found one in the Backcountry that had velcro on the back for the closure and fleeced lined but it was pink and I gave it to a girl who would wear it. I've been looking for a similar one since. EC headwear has something called the shelter that might work.
There is a conmpany out of Bozeman, MT called Phar North that makes the sickest bamboo bandanas that are warm, wicking, breathable and pretty cheap ($13.99). I would campare them to Jibberish or Neff.
I have rocked the avalon bandanas for two years and they get mad stiff if it freezes.
Phar is about to drop around thanksgiving...I got a proto type from a friend and the thing is king!!! Wore it last week in a blizzard and was a perfect all day.
email them at email@example.com about getting one of the first designs. They are 100% USA made and use all the sustainable practices possible.
those are sick, but I have seen like two ever.
The Phar Bamdana (thats what they are called) is a thicker and warmer material than the poly cotton blends.
Word Ticcy...Thanks for the Shout AV7.
Your bandarails are dope for sure. Man, if we could find a American made supplier of a more poly blended bamboo fabric we would be stoked. But we are 100% American supplied and made, so thats puts the majority of the exciting blends out the door.
Our BamDanas actually tend to be pretty rugged in terms of water retention and warmth. We tested the fabrics available all last winter and concluded that this stretch bamboo was it. Its the printing that causes us the hard shell headache.