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post #16 of 25 Old March 7th, 2011, 05:34 AM
 
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How long do the filters last?

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post #17 of 25 Old March 31st, 2011, 02:53 PM
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cool can't wait for them to come out ... just wondering of anyone on the glamis north koa ride have these

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post #18 of 25 Old April 10th, 2011, 07:31 PM
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post #19 of 25 Old May 31st, 2011, 05:54 PM
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Hello, Tim here, I am a new vendor on this site, and just wanted to put my two cents in about our great products.


The Wolfsnout Pro Race Series and the Wolfsnout All Sport, are the best dust protection for the hot dusty season. I know you will see, as you learn more about our products, that we have invented a great new innovative method for dust control. The one thing that makes our products stand apart from others is that they were designed for off road motorsports, and only off road motorsports. We started with the perfect material which is easy to breathe thru and does not trap heat, yet, is very affective at filtering fine particles; it is specifically designed this way to allow for breathability at a fast paced breath and you are never breathing in your exhaled air. It’s actually not too hot to use in 90+ temps. We believe it is the mask of choice for use in the summer, when it is the dustiest. This Utv dust mask is washable and reusable, no filters to buy and throw away.


The Wolfsnout Pro Race Series is a conical shaped device, which adaptively conforms to the inner confines of the front of your full face helmet. No strings or straps to place around your head, its light weight design allows it to stay in place simply by creating a slight pressure between your face and your chin guard. A really cool by product of that, is you’re not trapped in it until you take your helmet off. It can be removed and replaced in seconds as needed, without removing your helmet.

The Wolfsnouts are designed specifically to work perfectly with goggles, that is why the filter only covers the bottom of your nose, so your goggles will not cause uncomfortable pressure on the top of your nose. This was one of the first annoying concerns we addressed in early development. We knew most people would not wear the mask if it caused discomfort to the top of your nose. This feature also prevents goggle fog and will not obstruct the seal of your goggles in any way. Dust inside of your goggles makes for a bad day. Just one more thing that puts our product above the rest. The comfort level is amazing.

The All Sport is of the same design as the original Wolfsnout Pro Race Series, only it has a flattened front with multiple layers in all the right places, to filter the incoming air as it forces exhaled air out the bottom and sides. The All Sport has a strap to hold it comfortably in place. While this mask is not a versatile as the Pro Race Series, it does work with ANY style helmet.

I personally prefer the Pro Race Series when using a full face helmet, but often use the All Sport when goofing around without a helmet.

One more thing to keep in mind, you can drink from your hydration pack or a water bottle straw, without removing these masks. That’s a big plus if you race!
Remember, the Wolfsnout will not starve a fast paced breath!
I will be happy to answer any questions about these features.

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post #20 of 25 Old July 21st, 2011, 07:27 PM
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I am now in Wallace, Idaho, attending the High Mountain ATV Jamboree. I have been using the Wolfsnout for a few days now, in the dustiest riding I have ever done. The 'snout is performing well for the most part. It is enabling me to ride in far dustier conditions than I would have imagined, and I am 100% sure that the "RZ Mask" would NOT have worked out for me. It would have smashed the top of my nose too much, and suffocated me. I would have taken it off and reduced my speed to follow the guy in front of me at a much further distance.

I really like the flexibility of the model that comes with the head strap. I am able to wear it with just a half-helmet when in the RZR, and also when I am wearing a full face helmet and riding my Grizzly. I am able to wear it with full sized Scott OTG goggles, and with just sunglasses (the sunglasses have foam to seal the eye areas) in great comfort.

There are a lot of people here at the ATV Jamboree wearing bandannas on their faces, or things that look like the "RZ Mask" but are probably Harbor Freight lookalikes. My Wolfsnout is getting a lot of attention, and I am telling people what it was called and where I got it.

This mask has officially become a full-time part of my riding gear.

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I am now in Wallace, Idaho, attending the High Mountain ATV Jamboree. I have been using the Wolfsnout for a few days now, in the dustiest riding I have ever done. The 'snout is performing well for the most part. It is enabling me to ride in far dustier conditions than I would have imagined, and I am 100% sure that the "RZ Mask" would NOT have worked out for me. It would have smashed the top of my nose too much, and suffocated me. I would have taken it off and reduced my speed to follow the guy in front of me at a much further distance.

I really like the flexibility of the model that comes with the head strap. I am able to wear it with just a half-helmet when in the RZR, and also when I am wearing a full face helmet and riding my Grizzly. I am able to wear it with full sized Scott OTG goggles, and with just sunglasses (the sunglasses have foam to seal the eye areas) in great comfort.

There are a lot of people here at the ATV Jamboree wearing bandannas on their faces, or things that look like the "RZ Mask" but are probably Harbor Freight lookalikes. My Wolfsnout is getting a lot of attention, and I am telling people what it was called and where I got it.

This mask has officially become a full-time part of my riding gear.
Thanks for ALL of the valuable input. I hope your riding was a blast

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I am now in Wallace, Idaho, attending the High Mountain ATV Jamboree. I have been using the Wolfsnout for a few days now, in the dustiest riding I have ever done. The 'snout is performing well for the most part. It is enabling me to ride in far dustier conditions than I would have imagined, and I am 100% sure that the "RZ Mask" would NOT have worked out for me. It would have smashed the top of my nose too much, and suffocated me. I would have taken it off and reduced my speed to follow the guy in front of me at a much further distance.

I really like the flexibility of the model that comes with the head strap. I am able to wear it with just a half-helmet when in the RZR, and also when I am wearing a full face helmet and riding my Grizzly. I am able to wear it with full sized Scott OTG goggles, and with just sunglasses (the sunglasses have foam to seal the eye areas) in great comfort.

There are a lot of people here at the ATV Jamboree wearing bandannas on their faces, or things that look like the "RZ Mask" but are probably Harbor Freight lookalikes. My Wolfsnout is getting a lot of attention, and I am telling people what it was called and where I got it.

This mask has officially become a full-time part of my riding gear.
We are very proud to here that our product has become a part of your riding gear. Our customer input is very valuable. Although it is still basically the same product we started with we have built it around our customers.

Also we are proud to announce we have just received our notice of allowance from the US. Patent And Trade Mark Office. This means that out of literally thousands of dust mask patents and designs in the history of the USA the US patent and trade mark office has determined that our product is totally unique to any other .
Born in the USA. Made in the USA

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Hey everyone hope the riding is going great! We wanted to provide everyone with a 20% discount, use coupon code UTV20 on RZR MASKS | RIDE HARD. BREATHE EASY. . Rock on ! Stay tuned for the new masks soon !
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Just got my RZmask in the mail. Can't wait to try it next weekend

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