This is a relatively easy task, as long as you understand that the optimal coverage is going to be of the full-face “ski mask” variety. These types of masks provide excellent coverage, warmth and are close fitting to allow for good visibility. These masks can also be supplemented with an extra hat and hood should the hunting scenario turn brutally cold.
In order, these pictures present a "poor" to "excellent" ranking of head and face covers for hunting in the snow environment.
|Simple Hat - Rated Poor|
|Hat and White Hood - Rated Ok|
|Ski Mask - Rated Good|
|Ski Mask and Hood - Rated Excellent|
For more on winter camouflage please read these additional blog posts: