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Taibrel

New Member
Obsessed your post is pretty vague anyway you could go into a little more detail on what exactly you need help with?
 

Taibrel

New Member
weall i dont have any experience so i wouldnt be the best to answer this but i think and afraid to say that your probably going to have to make a new mask with bigger hole(please no puns) or buy one. i dont think there would be any way of modifying the one you have
 

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munson

New Member
the neck will not fit over my head
Oh, okay. I've seen it where people put actually cut a little slit in the back of the neck so that the mask would fit over their head. They would either add a zipper or Velcro to connect the two pieces.

But to get a better answer [or if this is used, to find out exactly how to perform this] I would go to the "Who makes what" thread in the "buy here, sell here" forum and check out who makes masks. They would be a great source.

good luck
 

Taibrel

New Member
Would cutting it not deform the mask? or cause the integrity(dont know if this is correct word to use but sounds good) of the mask to be weaker?
 

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sidewayz

New Member
My batman mask was the same way and all I did was make a slit in the back and use some velcro from a craft store, hope this helps
 

Termokk

New Member
Would cutting it not deform the mask? or cause the integrity(dont know if this is correct word to use but sounds good) of the mask to be weaker?
Cutting a mask always makes it possible for it to tear if stretched to much, but wont affect how the mask looks or make it deformed. The zipper will have to go up the back of the head from the neck and that will be completly covered by the dreads, and if its installed right it will be very strong and durrable.
 

Usurper

Well-Known Member
Most masks will need cutting up the back of the neck to get your head past the narrow neck area, this is normal.

velcro and zips are easy to attatch, i have used both and now prefer velcro, as it is quicker to open and the neckring helps hold the slit shut anyway.
 

Extreme Gravity

New Member
Most masks will need cutting up the back of the neck to get your head past the narrow neck area, this is normal.

velcro and zips are easy to attatch, i have used both and now prefer velcro, as it is quicker to open and the neckring helps hold the slit shut anyway.
Plus velcro doesn't jam and leave you stuck in the mask for several hours.
 

Usurper

Well-Known Member
very true, i just liked the speedy release of velcro when you get hot, plus if your in a hurry you will not leave a blad streak up the back of your head.
 

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hez1

New Member
Why bother with velcro or a zipper at all? The dreads hide the slit in the mask anyway.
 

jaded

New Member
It is a good idea to use a hole punch and punch a hole in the very top of the slit, it helps keep the slit from running all the way up the back of the mask.
 

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