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DAKINE Ninja Balaclava

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The hinged design on the Ninja Balaclava allows a rider to wear it up or down, depending on your stealth requirements.

  • 100% Polyester
Fabric Tech
  • Moisture Wicking
Helmet Compatibility
  • Under Helmet Compatible


Helmet Compatibility

Under Helmet Compatible - Fabric material is thin enough to wear underneath a helmet without feeling bulky and uncomfortable.


Overall Rating
Reviewed by 3 customers
Works like a charm
by Brad Belford in Westminster, CO (Verified Buyer)
Posted on 1/8/2024
DAKINE Ninja Balaclava - black
Awesome over the head balaclava. Typical neck gaiters don’t stay over my ears and are hard to take on and off, I can easily pull down the face covering with this one without needed to take off my helmet to readjust. Hugely convenient and very warm for these cold Colorado ski days!
0 person has found this review helpful
soft n warm
by Joel McClary in Kailua, HI (Verified Buyer)
Posted on 10/9/2022
DAKINE Ninja Balaclava - torn on
so sick and the styles rad nice and warm dakines the top top
0 person has found this review helpful
Great for sunny days!
by Cameron in Tigard, OR (Verified Buyer)
Posted on 1/10/2019
DAKINE Ninja Balaclava - field camo
This face mask is awesome for sunny days but you might want something that is a little more heavy duty for stormy days
1 person has found this review helpful
Asked by Pete on 2/8/2013
How well will this work with my snow goggles? I snowboard and i dont want my goggles fogging up while im riding.
Answered by Tim S (Tactics Employee) on 3/29/2013
Yeah, It works good. I'm sure you know that the reason goggles fog up is due to moisture and heat with a combination of poor ventilation. A lot of the time people tend to wear their goggles over their beanie because it's easier and more comfortable. This may be true, but at the same time you block air from being able to pass through the top of the goggles resulting in poor ventilation and fogging. Another thing to take into account is just how much you sweat in general, if you're the type of person who sweats like Shaq at the free throw line then you might just have to wipe your face off every now and then and let your goggles get some air on the lift by taking them off.
4 people have found this answer helpful