It's made in USA!
A change of pace than the normal masks and not an aggressively green or brown dominant classic camo, a nice blend that matches well with a variety of my shirts and jackets--a great casual look but also serious in uniform, hunting, etc...
The material is very soft on both the interior and exterior.
It washes nicely and does not feel nor appear to look like it would easily fray over time or shrink based on the material composition.
I can run my dry hands and hang nails over it and the material does not catch like some fabrics.
It has easy breathability for me which is what you want to avoid wetness buildup.
It is marketed as one size fits all and I have a bigger neck and its just right when I use it and when not in use just around the neck. It covers all the neck and ears, and nose to chin. I also like that it does not have a drawstring on it as this could get caught up on occasions.
If I had to change one thing about it then I would vote to have it be tagless. For extended wear and when rotating the neck gaiter around for a clean breathing area the tag rubs against the neck. For extended wear the interior does not chaff my neck both clean shaven and at five o'clock shadow.
I like it for general protection against insects, sunburn and cold temperatures and as a camo slip, improvised pre-stage water filter and emergency shut-eye. I would not wear it for filtration of smoke, viruses, or use it for sub zero applications. Although around here the face shield would pass for grocery shopping and entrance into the hospital.