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Comments offers the original nose cover protection that was invented by a former Mammoth Mountain Ski Patrol in 1993. Beko has been to the top of Everest since 1996. Beko will not overheat your nose or fog your eye wear in hot or cold climate.

Beko will also prevent frostbite on your nose in a blizzard conditions without flipping up in 100 MPH wind conditions or while flying off 60' vertical cliffs or soaring down the mountain at mach speed.

Plus, Beko easily attaches to all three types of eye wear: wire frame, plastic frame, and ski goggles and it's available in 5 sizes. Beko provides comfortable and practical nose protection that creates total sunblock.

NozKon, you have been there all by your self to long, Behold. The Nose Ultraviolet Light Protection Shield is coming soon.
For those looking for a more stylish protection.

This nose protector is amazing I love it I don't have it yet but I will cause I suffer of problems from my nose so with this I protect it thanks.

Yeah, I agree with Robert, Sunscreen can't stop the wind or cold from turning your nose purple. It's still better to have a nose protector

Luke Hamilton

Sunscreen can't stop the wind or cold....from turning your nose purple.

If the editor of this blog wants a free sample gimme a shout back.

If your nose is suffering from frostbite and/or sunburn...Then, you need to hook up a Beko, nose cover, onto your favorite eye wear. Beko fits easily onto all types of eye wear. Beko fits onto wire frame or plastic frame sunglasses, and ski goggles.

Beko reduces over-exposure from the harsh elements of sun, frost, and wind. Beko works in hot or cold climate from the surface of the ocean to the top of the highest peaks. Beko is doing the job your nose deserves to enjoy.

Beko is also soon to launch three new face masks that are all designed for maximum warmth that won't fog your eye wear. Beko products are designed by a former Mammoth Mountain ski patrol. Beko is made in the USA.


Sunscreen is just not enough gun on a multiweek high-altitude glacier mountaineering trip. Zinc is better, but a mechanical solution like the NozKon or plain old duct tape is best. You still have to goop your face and under your nose anyway.

Or just use sunscreen or zinc...

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