WHICH MASK TO USE FOR SKIING THIS WINTER?
While ski resorts can finally reopen this year, all skiers will have to prove a health pass or a negative test less than 24 hours old and the wearing of masks in ski lifts becomes compulsory from the age of 11, both indoor and outdoor, as well as in queues.
Authorised equipment includes: surgical masks, category 1 fabric masks, certain approved filtering neck protectors and FFP2 masks.
However, they are not required when skiing. Skiers will therefore have to juggle constantly at the bottom and top of each slope to put on and take off their mask after removing their gloves, helmet ... not easy especially if the weather is bad!
With the Frogmask it is possible to do without this gymnastics because it can be kept on the nose permanently!
In addition to filtering airborn particles till 0,4µm (yes, the mountain air in some valleys is not as pure as that), it will keep you warm and its waterproof material will protect you from water if it snows. Finally, its great breathability will not hinder you during your efforts.