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Keeping in mind it would be a hard sell to convince atver's to put anything over their faces.. Racers would be even harder to convince as they need to breathe at a fast pace. Yet the dust drags you down.. So I went to work to invent a dust filter that would fit the bill. I invented this mask for nothing other than off road power sports.
A mask truly worthy of racers and riders alike.
The Wolfsnouts are extremely easy to breathe through and won't drag you down, in fact I have been told by many races that they increase endurance when racing in dusty conditions and is sure to change your riding experience.


The Wolfsnout® All Sport... the newest evolution of the original Wolfsnout atv dust mask. Created in part from years of customer input. The strap is placed high on the crown of your head.
This design gives a nice even seal to your face with a plush comfortable fit.


The under nose filter design means your nose and mouth aren't confined in the same breathing chamber, for a much less confined feeling. There is no interference with a riders goggles or glasses. This is one of the best features of this mask. A feature you just can't get with confining over the nose designs.


The Wolfsnout Pro Race Series. No straps to put around your head. A unique design that stays in place simply by gently expanding between a riders chin guard and face. A really cool concept that can be removed and replaced in seconds, without taking your helmet off. Great if you make a lot of quick stops or if you don't want to have it on at all times. It does require a properly fitting full face helmet to work.
They provide superior air flow, comfort, and they were made to be tolerable on a hot day.
Wolfsnouts stand apart from any other product.
If you didn't get a Wolfsnout you didn't get the best

Check out Wolfsnout® #1 High Performance MOTOCROSS/ATV/UTV DUST MASK/FILTER for more info
 

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lol
yea may need one for dad too?
i like your design
how is the confront?
any moister in cold weather ?
do you make camo?
 

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lol
yea may need one for dad too?
i like your design
how is the confront?
any moister in cold weather ?
do you make camo?
The level of comfort is unmatched. Read the May issue of dirt Wheels magazine to get a little more credibility on the comfort part. They are designed for the hot summer months and the foam wicks the moister from your face.
Yes they do come in desert digital camo. We have been sending a lot of these to our service men and women. We are currently out of camo and red but should be getting more straps any day now. These are manufactured 100% in the US

http://www.wolfsnout.com
 

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I ride down here in Az where its all ways dusty. I've used this for 3yrs and love it. Just wash it out in the sink hang it up to dry and your ready for the fallowing day. Shoe
 

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Another cool feature of the wolfnout® is the fact that you can keep it wet to help it stay nice and cool all day long.
 

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lol
yea may need one for dad too?
i like your design
how is the confront?
any moister in cold weather ?
do you make camo?
The level of comfort is unmatched. Read the May issue of dirt Wheels magazine to get a little more credibility on the comfort part. They are designed for the hot summer months and the foam wicks the moister from your face.
Yes they do come in desert digital camo. We have been sending a lot of these to our service men and women. We are currently out of camo and red but should be getting more straps any day now. These are manufactured 100% in the US

http://www.wolfsnout.com
http://wolfsnout.com/Dust_mask_for_landscaping.html

Horay for US Manufacturing!
 

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great concept! I'm going to order a couple, the dust can get horrid with a group on a dusty trail. also going to try one for snowmobiling, been using the same breath deflection method but with balaclavas kind of "under the nose" like that. these might work in the cold as long as the moisture buildup isn't a problem.
 
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