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    Ok, maybe there are some ideas from others. I have a neck sock (KLIM) I wear. But when the conditions are wet snow, or rain, this little gap between the helmet and the top of my coat, gets wet, and can or does start getting my under-layering wet. This has been a big problem during certain weather condtions, and I really want to know how to keep myself dry...

    Suggestions please?

    Thanks,

    Becca

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    In the front or the back?

    Maybe a Nekkr? http://www.blownmotor.com/products/n...helmet-bandana

    I end up with crap down the front of my neck.. been meaning to try one of those.

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    My Klim jacket has a built in cord that I tighten and it makes the top of the collar smaller so nothing drops in.
    Trevor

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    Try a onesie

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