Polar Wrap balaclavas are available. (Google)
I see, their reseller does have a half mask. I am ordering one.
http://www.outdoorcap.com/Hunting/Shop. ... HeIUlzJA=1
There is talk their contracted manufacturer may not make the Polar Wrap Warm Air Mask.
Email their contact email telling them you have been reading about it in a forum, that you are interested in the Polar Wrap Warm Air Mask. If you are interested, that is. It costs less. It is more versatile, if you are active because you can vary your warmth with your hat or with a neck gaiter or buff.
I ordered one from a retailer and I got an email they are out of stock and they don't know when they will be available, and then, Polar Wrap said there is consideration they may not have that model although it has been a good seller for them.
I expressed my concern: I don't like balaclavas because they matte my hair, they look military-style, and I use my Polar Wrap Warm Air Mask in town, as well as, for hiking where I am more active and I need to regulate my temperature with my hat.
PolarWrap did write back to me, telling me they would give my emails to their CEO.
I have been promoting the Polar Wrap Warm Air Mask on my website over the past decade. I have put comments at YouTube, mentioning it. I started mentioning it in forums.
It works great.
It eliminates condensation on the sleeping bag/sleeping quilt and on the inside of the tarp or tent, unless you set up your campsite on green grass. That will make condensation.
The best feature, from my experience, is that the Polar Wrap Warm Air Mask allows you to adjust your temperature, better, by using a separate hat and Turtle "neck gaiter" or "buff".
The fact is, most people will never wear a balaclava, that "town people" in particular want a fashion item but most backpackers will not wear a balaclava.
I insisted a balaclava is for more sedentary outdoor activities like ice fishing, sitting in a duck blind, like that. I said, backpackers, snowshoers and like that are more active. They need to adjust layers for their level of activity, at the time, and for sudden changes in the weather. Above all, we must not perspire in our clothing. I also said a balaclava is more of a military-look, that most of the public do not wear or use military or military-surplus clothing or gear.
Maybe they need to hear from more people, than just me? Do write.
It is a great product. I only purchased the balaclava the last time (Warm Air Mask gone with a stolen backpack) because I was desperate and I am trying to figure how to re-fashion it instead into a Warm Air Mask.
It is my "secret weapon" for keeping toasty warm in cold weather and for carrying much lighterweight gear.
Oh, uh, I wasn't going to admit I wear socks in my sleeping bag/sleeping quilt.