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    Drake MST Face Mask

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    Product Description

    The MST Face Mask by Drake is the perfect mask for mid-season duck or goose hunting. There is only a midweight microfleece lining in the mask so that your head doesn't get super hot, but stays warm in the chilly temperatures. The construction is a single layer of microfleece that will keep you in hiding from those wary ducks that would normally flare at 70 yards. Unlike most masks, this one has a drawstring on the back to tighten it and provide the most peripheral vision possible.


    • Mid-season mask
    • Single layer of midweight microfleece
    • Drawstring on back for peripheral vision
    • Microfleece insulation
    • Light wind protection
    • Tailored eye and mouth openings for unrestricted visibility, breathability, and calling

    Specifications and additional product information
    MST (Mid-Season Technology) - The MST (Mid-Season Technology) Series is built to handle the unpredictable days in the middle of the season. The MST line consists of different options to suit your hunting style, such as fleece-lined waterproof outerwear, windproof layers, and versatile insulating layers to keep you warm without adding bulk.
    Helpful Info about the Manufacturer
    David from Mount Vernon, AR United States
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    Warm and Comfortable
    Product Rating
    What is your opinion of this product?
    Good stuff, hopefully it will hold up through the years. Draw string is nice to get a good fit. Very warm, the only thing I would change is the seam right down the middle of the head.
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