Jesus. Leonardo da Vinci. Chuck Norris. History's greatest men have sported face curtains. But we know, beards are no picnic. They frustrate women, they accumulate wayward food particles and they require more maintenance than an antique car. Most of the time, they're simply a nuisance. In cold temps, though, they sure do come in handy. Santa knows.
The year was 1983, and a snow-style revolution was born when an independently-distributed brightly colored fleece headband became all the rage, pioneering a craze that launched a small Colorado-based company, Bula, out of obscurity to the peak of piste fashion.