A decent neck warmer or neck tube is an essential bit of kit for any motorcyclist. Whether you want to stop your neck getting chilly in winter (as well as prevent draughts going down into your jacket or up into your helmet) or to stop the edge of your collar irritating your neck in the heat of summer, our handy guide to the top neck warmers should help. From a full balaclava to lightweight tube, our top neck warmers guide has something for every rider and every circumstance.
Top neck warmers
The brand name Buff has become synonymous with neck tubes in much the same way that Hoover has
Tested by Emma Franklin for 6 months, 5,000 miles. Quality 5/5, Value 5/5. Made with clever
Alpinestars know a thing or two about motorcycle clothing and this neck warmer is double layered
Some riders feel that a full balaclava can be restrictive and affect the fit and comfort of the
Rukka is famous for its extreme clothing and this neck warmer (there's a version with a balaclava
Like the company's base layers, the neck tube is designed to regulate the body's temperature,
Kit and luggage specialist Oxford sells numerous packs of three neck tubes, all featuring
Not everyone can wear wool but if you can, then a Merino wool garment is widely regarded as the
Tested by Joseph Wright for four months, 1,500 miles. Quality 2/5, Value 3/5. Japan based
These versatile polyester face tubes feature printed skull lower jaws for that Ghost Rider look
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