AirholePolar Ergo Airtube

From pole to pole.

When the day gets frigid, like breath-freezing-to-eyelashes frigid, pull on the Airhole Polar Ergo Airtube. Made from acrylic fabric that stays warm even when it's wet, the Polar's perfect for icy pow days, and has an antimicrobial finish to fight off your sweat stink.

  • A go-to facemask for reliable warmth and protection this winter
  • Moisture-wicking fleece construction ensures a dry fit and feel
  • Silicone airhole provides a clear passage for easy breathing
  • Reviews
  • Q & A

Airhole Airtube Ergo Fit Gude

Our ergonomic Airtube takes our traditional silhouette and contours it to the face to provide the best possible comfort. This shape matches perfectly with your goggles to seal out the elements to keep you protected.

Polar is our most popular fabric due to its high performance microfibre construction that performs in all conditions. Polar wicks moisture and protects against cold and heat making it ideal for everything from mid winter adventures to spring park laps. We also apply a DWR (Durable Water Repellent) coating to bead water and prevent the fabric from becoming saturated to keep your face dry and comfortable.

Our Airtube Ergo Polar masks feature our original silicone Airhole which is direct injected onto the fabric, bonding to the front and back to provide a comfortable, hygienic and easy to clean finish.

No Foggy Goggles

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

After using several other face masks, this is now my "go to" for pow days and storm shredding. The fleece lining on the inside keeps my face warm, the elastic around the top keeps the face mask from sliding down around my neck and the air hole at the front keeps my breath from getting trapped in the mask and my goggles. I can see!

No more skiing blind because I'm trying to wear a face mask and goggles at the same time! I would totally recommend this, especially for the price!!

Hole-y crap, its great.

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I ordered 4 or 5 wind resistant/wind proof baclavas on this site, tried them all on. this was the most comfortable at home.. Returned the others and used this one on a big ski trip. After 4 days in whistler, this was the best piece of equipment of the whole trip. It is the most comfortable. It didn't get stinkey, or wet after 4 days heavy of use. It stayed up perfectly, and stayed in place, I never had to adjust it. I was warm and comfortable. Its practically wind proof. There were maybe 1-2 super strong (35-45mph) gusts on the chairlift when I barely felt the cold seeping through.

Now back in Chicago, its part of my every day winter commuter gear, always in my coat pocket, just put it around my neck, or pull up once in a while on the long walks.