DERWENTWATER IS ONE OF THE LAKE DISTRICT’S MOST POPULAR LAKES. Surrounded by fells, the island-dotted lake is three miles long and lies just to the south of Keswick. This luxurious, silky neck tube features wearable large-scale 1:25,000 Ordnance Survey map artwork of the lake and its beautiful shore.
Northern Eye’s snoods, neck tubes or scarves use genuine UK Ordnance Survey large-scale mapping of key outdoor locations as attractive and iconic artwork.
These quality neck tubes are ideal for all kinds of outdoor activities and sports, ranging from walking, hiking, dog walking, running, cycling, scrambling and climbing, to camping, caravanning, fishing, skiing, snowboarding and motorcycling. The attractive, genuine OS map artwork also makes them ideal for everyday wear.
They are made from a high-quality, super stretchy, smooth, breathable mix of 95% recycled Polyester and 5% Elastane. The silky material is a hypoallergenic, non-chafing, technical microfibre. The snoods are comfortable to wear all year round, too: warm in winter and cool in summer.
The fabric is durable and colourfast. Wash at low temperatures only. Not suitable for ironing.
The tubular snoods are a standard 50cm x 25cm. As they are made of a handy, elastic material, it means one size fits almost everyone. Which makes them the perfect choice for both men and women with a head circumference of 48-60cm.
The tightly woven neck tube is windproof, dustproof and sandproof, warm in winter and cool in summer.
This good-looking multi-functional headwear is extremely versatile and can be worn in many different ways. Functional uses include neck warmer, bandana, snood, scarf, face mask, dust mask, headband, sweatband, wristband, beanie, headwrap, hair tie, yoga band, pirate cap and balaclava – or even a dog scarf or bandana.