Head Net Face Netting for Bugs

While you may laugh at first, (I did), sometimes hiking can get very buggy. My husband bought 2 of these Head Net Face Netting for Bugs. He had them in his backpack, just in case.

Well, on this hike, it was beautiful, but the bugs in my face were so annoying, I really just wanted to turn back. My husband surprised me when he pulled 2 tiny orange sacks out. He handed me one. The reusable sack felt like parachute material and weighed literally nothing. I opened it and pulled the fine netting out. At that point, I was happy to put it on. Wow! What a difference!

It was like wearing a super hero shield. No more pesky bugs around my face and head. It just slipped on and was easy to see through. The head net face netting for bugs fit right over my hat and sunglasses. Love this thing! Now I always keep one in my backpack, just in case.

  • Quality Net – Made of extra fine nylon mesh with 522 holes per square inch/ 81 holes per sq cm.
  • Tight enough to keep annoying bugs away from your face and neck.
  • Fits over wide or narrow brimmed hats, caps, and sunglasses
  • Neck drawstring at the bottom of the net allows adjustment to keep bugs from coming inside
  • Breathable fabric
  • Natural and Safe
  • Clear Vision
  • Comes with a small toggle bag that save space during travel and is easy to store in your pocket
  • Tiny and fits in the palm of your hand when in its pouch
  • Light as a feather
  • Protects your face and neck from both tiny and large bugs
  • Great for fishing, hiking, camping, traveling, and gardening
  • Comes in a variety of colors

PRO TIPS for Head Net Face Netting for Bugs

I spray both my clothes and net with Sawyers Permethrin Spray prior to departing on an outdoor adventure. It lasts through several washings and really helps to keep bugs and ticks off of you.

Wearing a hat allows the net to lay on the brim, pulling it a bit further from your face.

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While you may laugh at first, (I did), sometimes hiking can get very buggy. My husband bought 2 of these Head Net Face Netting for Bugs. He had them in his backpack, just in case.

Well, on this hike, it was beautiful, but the bugs in my face were so annoying, I really just wanted to turn back. My husband surprised me when he pulled 2 tiny orange sacks out. He handed me one. The reusable sack felt like parachute material and weighed literally nothing. I opened it and pulled the fine netting out. At that point, I was happy to put it on. Wow! What a difference!

It was like wearing a super hero shield. No more pesky bugs around my face and head. It just slipped on and was easy to see through. The head net face netting for bugs fit right over my hat and sunglasses. Love this thing! Now I always keep one in my backpack, just in case.

  • Quality Net – Made of extra fine nylon mesh with 522 holes per square inch/ 81 holes per sq cm.
  • Tight enough to keep annoying bugs away from your face and neck.
  • Fits over wide or narrow brimmed hats, caps, and sunglasses
  • Neck drawstring at the bottom of the net allows adjustment to keep bugs from coming inside
  • Breathable fabric
  • Natural and Safe
  • Clear Vision
  • Comes with a small toggle bag that save space during travel and is easy to store in your pocket
  • Tiny and fits in the palm of your hand when in its pouch
  • Light as a feather
  • Protects your face and neck from both tiny and large bugs
  • Great for fishing, hiking, camping, traveling, and gardening
  • Comes in a variety of colors

PRO TIPS for Head Net Face Netting for Bugs

I spray both my clothes and net with Sawyers Permethrin Spray prior to departing on an outdoor adventure. It lasts through several washings and really helps to keep bugs and ticks off of you.

Wearing a hat allows the net to lay on the brim, pulling it a bit further from your face.

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