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I have been snouted! Got my order this week. Very nice masks and made in the USA. So much better than the ATV TEK bandana masks that these replaced. I plan to break them in on an AZ night ride very soon. Thank you Tim! I really appreciate the great customer service.
 

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Hi Tim, Got to use the snout again last weekend again. It saved me from the nasty AZ dust. Had one still new in the package in my storage box and ended up giving it to my buddy after seeing his face covered in dust (mine! lol). He really liked it. So 2 new fans. Great product Tim. Thanks again. I will be ordering more for Christmas gifts.
 

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I got one last year and was surprised how awesome this thing works. I ended up using it last week in my kitchen when I was sanding the hell out of the walls and it worked great. I need to order a few more for friends and family. Big thumbs up for a great product and company!
 

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Ordered yesterday. Hopefully have them before ride in Mammoth Lakes area (volcanic) next week.
 

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http://www.wolsnout,com
I rode last weekend on very dusty country (dirt) roads with some friends. All of the adults were wearing our new Wolf Snout masks and our kids were making fun of us of course. We have the ones for no helmet or open face helmets and of course we do look funny when wearing them.

I have to say that they are the best addition I have made for riding in dusty conditions. My father suffers from black lung and couldn't ride in dusty conditions before we got the masks. After 57 miles of intense dust and mud logging roads, nothing but clean air made it through the mask. Six of us had the masks on and each of us did the post ride snoot blow expecting to get at least some dirt out, but there was none. The "kids" (they are in their 20's) blew and hacked up half of the trail.

The masks are very comfortable and allow you to freely talk or chew gum, even drink, but it has to be through a staw or hydration tube. My wife is an avid gum chewer and her only complaint was when she start chewing fast it would tickle her nose. She chews fast when I am about to do something that she feels is unsafe, so about all the time!!

When I washed them out it was amazing how much grime they released and had kept off our face and out of our lungs and mouth.

I am in no way affiliated with Wolf Snout or any vendor. This is just the opinion of a fellow rider on a new product that I purchased for me and my friends.
ttthttp://www/wolfsnout.com
 

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We now offer the new Wolfsnout JR.

The new youth size offers a smaller mouth and nose
area, and a shorter strap. It also includes the
removable, extreme dust liner for extra protection.
Designed to fit those with smaller faces,or 14 and under.

Available in limited quantity Red,Blue,Black,Pink and Green
 

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Hmmm....wonder what we are doing wrong. Bought 2 one for wife one for me.

We found them very uncomfortable and didn't seal well.

So they sit on a shelf in the Toyhauler.

Is there some instruction we're missing?

Thanks,

Pirate
 

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The Wolfsnout mask fits differently then any other mask on the market.
When used correctly it should fit comfortably.

The Wolfsnout® should be seated below your nose on your
upper lip, with the colored rim bent forward under your
nostrils. Place the strap above your ears, high on the
crown of your head. Place helmet or goggles over the
strap. Make sure the nose flap is seated under your
nostrils (over the nose of small faces).
 
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