Monday, March 16, 2015

Wayfarer Sunglasses are still the big hit heading into Spring 2015 - March 16, 2015

Wayfarer Sunglasses continue to be the most up to date style in sunglasses for Spring 2015! Prepare yourself for SUNNY days ahead with a pair of Element Eight Sunglasses.  Multiple color options available.  Sale Price  $19.99

wayfarer sunglasses  : element eight sunglasses


Friday, February 06, 2015

Giselle Sunglasses at - Feb 6, 2015

Giselle Sunglasses!  Brand new category now available at   Giselle Sunglasses fall right into 2015s trendy fashion forward style with their catlike frames and round stunna shades.  So many colors in so many different catlike frames, it's hard to choose just one, but that's fine, we offer free shipping to anywhere in the United States on two pair or more.  Check out our selection at!


Friday, January 30, 2015

Motorcycle Headgear - Top Quality with Lots of Designs - Jan. 31, 2015 offers top of the line quality motorcycle headgear in many styles and designs for men and women.  All of our motorcycle headgear is of the highest quality manufactured by Zanheadgear.   Even though it seems prices keep going up no matter what the subject or item may be, we keep our prices as low as possible and very competitive.

Our motorcycle headgear categories include Motley Tubes, Face Masks, Balaclavas, Flydannas, Helmet Liners, Biker Caps, Trooper Hats, and NeoDannas.  We have a ton of choices/designs available in our motley tube, face mask and balaclava categories.  Designs range from skulls to smiley faces, from paisley to plaid, from butterflies to bulldogs, from Jason to crash test dummies, the list goes on and on.

Our motorcycle headgear is durable enough that you can machine wash it with no worries.  It won't fall apart or get torn during the wash.  I have personally worn the same motley tube (pictured below) for going on 4 years now and I wear it almost daily.   Keeps me so much warmer!

Check out our top of the line high quality selections within our motorcycle headgear category by following the link below:

High Quality Motorcycle Headgear


Tuesday, January 27, 2015

All You Need to Kow About Winter Headgear - Jan. 27, 2015

Coldweather Headgear has become quite an exciting category at  Here we have many categories available including Face Masks, Balaclavas, Motley Tubes, Flydannas, Neodannas, Helmet Liners, and Trooper Hats.  Top three categories include Face Masks, Balaclavas, and Motley Tubes.

Our Face Masks are mainly used for motorcycle riding face masks, but are also commonly used for paintballing, airsoft guns, skiing, sleigh riding, hunting, shoveling snow, etc.  Our face masks are made of a neoprene material that keeps you warm and dry in the colder months and wicks away the moisture in the warmer months.  The stretchy neoprene material is water resistant and very comfortable.  Most of our face masks reverse to black and we do have just a few that reverse to colors like purple, teal, high visibility orange, etc.  Designs include but are not limited to Skulls, Camouflage, Paisley, Solid Colors, Butterflies, Cancer Ribbons, Clowns, Crash Test Dummies, Sugar Skulls, Jason Glow in the Dark, Reaper, Glow in the Dark Spider Web, Glow in the Dark Skull, Zombie, etc.

coldweather headgear  : motorcycle riding face mask

Our Balaclavas are made from 100% polyester, polar fleece, or nylon.  The balaclava is commonly referred to as a ski mask.  Balaclavas protect you from the elements and gives you full head and face coverage.  Designs include Black and White Skull Balaclava, Solid Black, Camouflage, Olive, Rose and Skull, Mustache, High Visibility Orange, Cyborg, Luchador, etc.

black and white skull balaclava  : ski mask

My favorite, our Motley Tubes, are made of 100% polyester or polar fleece.  Motley Tubes are commonly referred to as Multiclavas, Neck Gaiters and Mufflers.  Motley tubes can be worn as balaclavas, scarves, skull cap, motorcycle face mask, neckwear, headwrap, or a desert scarf.    Motley tubes are usually used as a neck gaiter by pulling the motley tube down over your head until the entire piece is down under your chin, covering you neck.  Stuff the bottom of the motley tube into the top of your shirt or sweatshirt.  This keeps the cold wind/air off your neck and prevents it from going down your back causing cold chills.  Motley tubes make a huge difference in how warm you will be when outdoors or even in a chilly neighborhood restaurant or local watering hole.  I can't say enough about Motley Tubes, they are a must have!

motley tubes : neck gaiter

When looking for top of the line coldweather headgear, stop by and check out our headgear categories.  We have many items available, in most cases your order will ship the next day, we guarantee all of our products, and have very friendly customer service reps to assist you.


Tuesday, December 30, 2014

Motley Tubes - Everyone Needs One and Here is Why - Dec. 30, 2014

Motley Tubes, also known as Multiclavas, are worn by many, but there are still some that have yet to even hear the words "Motley Tube".  If you know me, you know I push these Motley Tubes.  I hate to even use the word push though because it's really quite simple.  I explain the purpose of a motley tube and how it can be used and the buyer immediately wants one or even two or three.  You've got to have at least one, but most want more than one to match their outfits or various coats

Motley tubes can be worn as scarfs, face masks, balaclavas, flydanna, neck warmer, dust screen, beanie, helmet liner, wrist band, ear warmers, buff, head band, etc.  Motley tubes are great  for wearing around your neck.  You simply pull the motley tube over your head and shove the bottom of the material into the top of your shirt until it's comfortable.  This keeps the cool air and precipitation off your neck which makes a huge difference when trying to stay warm and dry.  When worn this way, your body heat will also stay within the confines of your clothes which keeps your whole body warmer.  These things are amazing and can be purchased for as little as $9.99.  Material includes either polyester or fleece or both!

Motley tubes are commonly referred to as multiclavas, mufflers, neck warmer, neck gaiters, neck warmers, etc.  Whatever you may call them or have heard them called, if you've ever heard anyone speak of motley tubes, they have always received and continue to receive positive feedback!

Get your Motley Tubes today at  Stop being uncomfortable while outside.  Stop the shivering and the teeth chattering.  Get a motley tube!

motley tube : multiclava


Friday, December 05, 2014

Liquid Polarized Eyewear - An amazing Christmas Gift! - Dec. 5, 2014

Liquid Polarized Eyewear is among the top of the line eyewear in durability and comfortability.   Liquid Eyewear includes hingeless frames which can be adjusted to fit any face, big or small, by simply grasping the tips of the stems and either pushing in or pulling out.   Liquid Eyewear comes with a lifetime warranty on the frames and the lenses.  Top sellers in this line include the Player Liquid Sunglasses and the Gasket Liquid Sunglasses.  The Player is a smaller frame than the Gasket as far as the width of the lens from top to bottom.  If you have a longer face with more of a triangular shape you'll want to purchase the Gasket Liquid Sunglasses.

Liquid Eyewear makes a great Christmas gift.  Just the fact that you can adjust the frames to fit any face saves you the worry of "Will these fit my husband?" or Will these fit my granddaughter?".  With the Liquid Eyewear you can purchase Liquid Eyewear Accessories.  Accessories include hard case, micro fiber carry bag, sunglass cord, extra nosepieces, etc.  Accessories always make gifting sunglasses that much more personable.

Liquid Polarized Eyewear is also now offered with bifocals.  Liquid BiFocal Sunglasses can be purchased in the following Powers:  +1.00, +1.50, +2.00 and +2.50.

We are currently running a sale on all Liquid Eyewear through the holidays so stop buy and finish up your Christmas Shopping today!  Liquid Eyewear ships out no later than four days after you make your purchase. 

liquid polarized eyewear : player liquid eyewear


Tuesday, November 18, 2014

New Motley Tubes at - Nov. 18, 2014

It's cold out today! Do you have your Motley Tube on? New exciting designs this winter! This one is a Fleece lined motley tube with a houndstooth black and white design. Sale Price $14.99.

black and white motley tube : multiclava
Motley Tubes are a must have for these cold winter months.  My favorite way to wear a motley tube is to pull the tube down over your head and around your neck.  Tuck the bottom of the tube inside the neckline of your shirt. This prevents the chill the cold wind and snow will cause when it hits your neck working as a neckwarmer. Helps to keep your body heat in as well.  You can even pull the top of the tube up over your mouth and nose which helps when breathing in the cold air and as if that's not enough, you can pull the top of the motley tube clear up over the back of your head to cover your ears and it's long enough that it will still be tucked into the top of your shirt preventing any sort of wind chill!  These things are AMAZING!  For $14.99 or less, this item can not be beat!  They can be purchased as cotton motley tubes or fleece motley tubes.  Both do the trick!  These are commonly referred to as multiclavas and mufflers.

Thursday, November 13, 2014

Skull Balaclava at - November 13, 2014

Black and White Skull Balaclava is a must have for these cold blustery wintery days ahead!   The Coolmax Balaclava with skull features a full neoprene face mask to provide maximum coverage for the coldest weather conditions. It is lightweight, breathable and wicks moisture away from the skin. Folds for easy storage. One size fits most. 

Balaclavas are used for motorcycle and/or ATV riding, running, shoveling snow, outdoor work, snowmobiling, sleigh riding, and kids and young adults like to wear them when using air soft guns and paint ball guns.

black and white skull balaclava : motorcycle riding balaclava


Thursday, October 30, 2014

Motley Tubes Are a Must Have! - October 30, 2014

Motley Tubes are a must have for these cold months ahead.  Motley Tubes, also referred to as Multiclavas, Neck Gaiters, Buffs, or Mufflers can be worn over a dozen ways. Some of the most popular ways to wear your Motley Tube would include as a scarf, skull cap, a motorcycle face mask, a camouflage face mask, neckwear, as a headwrap, as a desert scarf, or even as a Balaclava. This is just a fews ways to use your Motley Tube. One size fits all.

motley tube : multiclava


Friday, October 24, 2014

Have it Made in Your Shades This NFL Season

What was green only a week ago is suddenly brown, orange, and yellow. There’s a chill in the air and the store shelves are lined up with giant bags of candy and costumes. This can only mean one thing: fall is here. With fall comes a number of fantastic things, but nothing more exciting than the arrival of football – at least in America. Soon, fans will be filling stadiums around the country, shouting victory cries for their home teams or tasting bitter defeat. It’s also the time of year when tailgates reign supreme, hot dogs and burgers become dietary mainstays, and pickup games of touch football are commonplace.

Just because it isn’t summer anymore, though, doesn’t mean you can stop protecting your eyes. While the days may be getting shorter, you’re still at risk for sun damage to both your eyes and skin – so sunglasses are key. This doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice your style in the name of safety; there are dozens of stunna shades that not only offer UV protection for your peepers, but add style on top of all those unsightly layers. Of course, the ladies also have their pick of stunna shades to keep them looking great at the big game.

For those pick up games that can occasionally get a bit intense, you’ll not only want to have some sunglasses for an extra layer of protection from the sun, but also the fingers and elbows of your competitors! Liquid polarized sunglasses will offer you unrivaled protection from the suns harsh rays, and their sleek and sporty design makes sure they stay on your face during the game, giving you one less thing to worry about when you’re in the huddle.

We all know that October is a free for all in terms of weather. By the end of the month we could still be riding high in the 60’s and 70’s, or we could be in the midst of a snowstorm. For the latter situation, we all know that true fans and tailgaters don’t let a little of the white stuff keep them away from their team (unless they’ve got DirecTV NFL Sunday Ticket waiting at home). Despite your dedication, you’ve still got to protect yourself against a whole new set of issues, namely that blistery cold air and the potential for frostbite. Balaclavas will provide your whole face with protection and warmth. You’ll have happy, rosy cheeks after the game while your friends are breaking the icicles off their ears.

Of course, the number of activities you can do during the fall isn’t strictly limited to football and all things football related. One thing growing in popularity lately is motorcycles, and what better way to check out the changing color of the scenery than on top of a hog? With that cold bite in the air, you’ll need to keep yourself protected with a motorcycle riding face mask for under your helmet (the more outrageous the better). Protecting your eyes from the sun and any little critters that can fly into your helmet is also highly advisable. Chopper sunglasses are made specifically to fit comfortably under your helmet, so they’re your best bet to look cool and stay protected on your bike. Ladies, fear not, there are a number of motorcycle sunglasses for you too, like the Highway Honey riding glasses, or womens motorcycle headgear for women including fantastic pink ribbon “flydannas” which are perfect for Breast Cancer Awareness Month!

As you can see, no matter what you’re up to this fall, there is no excuse to skimp on protecting your eyes. Don’t think you’re in the clear once summer is over, the sun isn’t taking a vacation, so that means neither can your shades.