What is a neck tube scarf
There are 12, yes 12 ways to wear this unisex head wear!
It's machine washable, breathable and thermal! Super soft, no irritating seams and easy to fashion into many ways to wear.
One size, fits most for adults or teenagers, these 24cm by 48cm tubes are designed to be worn in a variety of ways to cover the head and neck. Can fit the average head circumference of approximately 52cm to 62cm.
Suitable for bikers, cyclists, skiiers and particularly good for those who have lost their hair due to chemotherapy or alopecia. Many of our customers use them to cover tracheostomy / tracheotomy scars as they are lighter and can be worn many ways around the neck area.
Some of our customers who suffer with eczema say these scarves are great becuase they don't rub or chafe.
Bikers use them "bank-robber" style to cover the lower half of the face to wear under motorbike helmet. One of our customers also wears it around the lower half of her face to stop the cold wind hurting her sensitive teeth when she goes jogging.
Each of our microfibre tubes comes with instructions and diagrams of the 12 wearing methods and instructions for the more complicated looking wearing methods.
Many asthma charities this year recommended asthma sufferers to loosely wrap a scarf around the nose and mouth when it's cold outside. Cold air can trigger an asthma attack and loosely wearing a scarf around your nose and mouth warms up the air a bit before you breath it in. A tube scarf works just as well.
Man-made fabric scarves in the form of a seemless tube. Wear one as a headband when it's windy to keep your hair in place, keep your dreadlocks tied back, cover your nose and mouth when on your bike, motorbike or when it's windy. They're stretchy and fully machine washable. The wearing ideas are demonstrated below. There will be some or all of the methods included on the garmet packaging.
Leading UK asthma charities now recommend asthma sufferers to loosely wrap a scarf around the nose and mouth when it's cold outside. Cold air can trigger an asthma attack and loosely wearing a scarf around your nose and mouth warms up the air a bit before you breathe it in. A tube scarf works just as well. This is also a good tip if you suffer with sensitive teeth when it's cold too. Try it. Nothing to lose, wear a scarfie.
During this season of coughs, colds and flu, UK GP's like Dr Chris Steele of This Morning recommended that people with coughs and colds to wear a scarf covering the nose and mouth when going out in public to minimise transfering of germs to surfaces where they can come into contact with people. Wearing a scarf over the nose and mouth also warms up the air being breathed in, which reduces irritation and therefore reduces coughing.
A greatly versatile item of clothing. Comfortable, practical and comes in a massive range of colours and designs.
Children's sizes and styles coming soon.