Headsox™ is a multifunctional and seamless head and neckwear accessory made from stretchy micro fibre.
Ideal for activities that require maximum comfort and protection.
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Posted by Lukey78 on 4th Feb 2014
I use the multi-cam version for both Army time and civvy time. Serves as good camo around your neck / face and also a head warmer for the cold when combined with a beanie. It also works really well as a dusk mask when used with safety glasses / goggles. Bunches up into practically nothing and stowes away easily. Great value for money.
Posted by CPL Ings on 28th Jul 2013
This is a great piece of equipment that can be used for a variety of different purposes. It's great to keep your neck/head warm and serves its purpose as a 'headsock'. I would recommend this.
Posted by Unknown on 31st Jan 2013
Put a sock on your foot keeps it warm, gives some protection and comfort, same deal when you put one on your head, only this ones better! I've used my headsox for a number of different activities in a number of different environments (paintball, cadets, cycling, motorbikes and bushcraft/bushwalking). Its kept me warm in the cold giving me comfort and protection, caught sweat in the heat and provided me with a extra camouflage on my neck and face meaning less cam paint to clean off. Overall you get the BEST BANG FOR BUCK for this field luxury
Posted by Grant Turuwhenua on 27th Oct 2012
I use the Auscam version in my job as a RMS Road Construction worker. I used it on cold morning though Winter as a neck scarf, and in the 30 degrees plus weather recently as a hair scarf/dust protector (I have long hair)as well as a dust mask across my face. It keeps the concrete dust and construction dirt out when working and provides a good block to chill winds when on a mchine or in inclement weather. (Yes wearing this does sometimes freak the driving public out!)I have no cons except I think someone at work nicked it (!) and you must wash it at the end of constant use as it can smell like old socks otherwise.
Posted by Unknown on 29th May 2012
Good quality and very useful.
Posted by Jamie on 27th Sep 2011
Got the Auscam and Multicam versions today, once again excellent quality products from Kitbag.