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we'll gladly send a sample out to someone to test out,, who wants to be the guinnea pig?? we've been trying to contact the person who runs this but haven't had any luck. We certainly don't want to be bothering anyone on here with spam:no:,, but let me know which one of you would like to test one out and we'll get er out to ya :yes:

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we'll gladly send a sample out to someone to test out,, who wants to be the guinnea pig?? we've been trying to contact the person who runs this but haven't had any luck. We certainly don't want to be bothering anyone on here with spam:no:,, but let me know which one of you would like to test one out and we'll get er out to ya :yes:

I'll be your guinnea pig, I am going out to PA in may and would like to see how these do against the coal dust out there. As well as the dunes and trails here in CO.

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I'll be your guinnea pig, I am going out to PA in may and would like to see how these do against the coal dust out there. As well as the dunes and trails here in CO.

if you would like a couple of different opinions, i'd be open for a guinnea pig role. pm if interested

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we'll gladly send a sample out to someone to test out,, who wants to be the guinnea pig?? we've been trying to contact the person who runs this but haven't had any luck. We certainly don't want to be bothering anyone on here with spam:no:,, but let me know which one of you would like to test one out and we'll get er out to ya :yes:

I will test them out.:yes: PM me

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First off thank you Josh(RZRMask1) for sending me one of these masks I got mine in the mail today:biggrin:. I was so damn excited when I got the mail I forgot to get a pic of it in the packaging of video of it but o-well I guess written will work for now:laugh:.

My first impression I am digging it a lot it comes with a small nylon bag to store it the strap on the back of your head sit low enough it doesn't interfere with a helmet. Easy to breath through even with a helmet on, it didn't cause my glasses or goggles to fog when I exhaled:hurrayc:. It did however make the cheek pad a little snug but not by much. I literally took it out of the package strapped it on and grabbed the first helmet in the house, so probably a little adjusting and that'll be cured. Otherwise out of the package seems like a great product not to tight and fits perfect.

I did however tell one of my friends I was testing one of these, after he looked at the site, he asked why don't you get one of these with the permanent filters in the mask instead?

ATVUtah Shopping.

Now due to this second mask emerging what I am thinking of doing is getting ahold of the second mask and doing a side by side comparison video with a series of test for every one to see. Granted that wasn't my intentions when I started this but I figure what the hell, it would be a nice addition to the regular review of the RZR mask.

I wanna thank Josh(RZRMask1) again for sending me one of these masks and letting me do this review, I look forward to testing this and I might need to get with you later about some replacement filters later on.

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geez, id get the replaceable filter mask over a permanent filter any day. The filter is gonna get dirty and those things wear out after twenty rides or so anyway, and if you wash em they wear out too. RZR Mask sounds solid though.

Yeah me too I have my predictions in my head on how the tests results are going to pan out and the RZR mask is going to spank the other one.

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Last Sunday I went out trail riding with about 12 guys and I brought out the RZR Mask. Pretty much the riding conditions were dusty with some mud and snow in spots. The first part of the trail is what we expected it to be dusty I decided to stay mid pack. The only thing I can honestly say is wow, not once did I eat dust or had my nose fill up with dirt. The second part of the ride had some silt beds with the snow and rocks. The silt beds are usually the worse when not running anything to cover your nose and mouth the mask did what it said it was going to do and never tasted any dust. After riding some 30 plus miles of fast hard riding breathing heavy never did my goggles fog up or did the mask feel uncomfortable, even with my neck being sun burnt. When we started to head back the mask was a little damp from the snow banks and mud holes we hit so I was really interested in seeing how this mask would perform, since we had to go through the silt beds again. Once again the mask did it’s thing and I breathed fine. All in all my honest opinion is this is a great mask and for a small price it’ll be worth having it in your gear bag and for the hardcore trail rider to the racer. I’ll be running this mask when I go to PA in May where they have coal dust finer then the silt beds we hit this weekend, as well as when the flat track season starts and Pike’s Peak in June. Thanks again Josh (RZRMask1) for the mask and giving me this opportunity to do this review.

Once I get another Sunday off and couple riding buddies together I am planning on taking this out to the 10 mile desert course and compare it to the other mask, I posted earlier. I do have some tests in mind, but I need to find someone with a video camera so we have evidence of our tests/stupidity.

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Once I get another Sunday off and couple riding buddies together I am planning on taking this out to the 10 mile desert course and compare it to the other mask, I posted earlier. I do have some tests in mind, but I need to find someone with a video camera so we have evidence of our tests/stupidity.

You can follow me around the track with a helmet cam on, I will do my best to kick up some dust for you...:wink:

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You can follow me around the track with a helmet cam on, I will do my best to kick up some dust for you...:wink:

if you can get a hold of a helmet cam that was my idea and possibly adding Dale and Will in that pack with ya. 10 miles of that will be brutal.

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Last Sunday I went out trail riding with about 12 guys and I brought out the RZR Mask. Pretty much the riding conditions were dusty with some mud and snow in spots. The first part of the trail is what we expected it to be dusty I decided to stay mid pack. The only thing I can honestly say is wow, not once did I eat dust or had my nose fill up with dirt. The second part of the ride had some silt beds with the snow and rocks. The silt beds are usually the worse when not running anything to cover your nose and mouth the mask did what it said it was going to do and never tasted any dust. After riding some 30 plus miles of fast hard riding breathing heavy never did my goggles fog up or did the mask feel uncomfortable, even with my neck being sun burnt. When we started to head back the mask was a little damp from the snow banks and mud holes we hit so I was really interested in seeing how this mask would perform, since we had to go through the silt beds again. Once again the mask did it’s thing and I breathed fine. All in all my honest opinion is this is a great mask and for a small price it’ll be worth having it in your gear bag and for the hardcore trail rider to the racer. I’ll be running this mask when I go to PA in May where they have coal dust finer then the silt beds we hit this weekend, as well as when the flat track season starts and Pike’s Peak in June. Thanks again Josh (RZRMask1) for the mask and giving me this opportunity to do this review.

Once I get another Sunday off and couple riding buddies together I am planning on taking this out to the 10 mile desert course and compare it to the other mask, I posted earlier. I do have some tests in mind, but I need to find someone with a video camera so we have evidence of our tests/stupidity.

Thanks for the info, I guess i will have to order some.:wink:

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Check out these new designs available june 1st.... Only from RZR Mask!!

Red Camo:

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Green Camo

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Aqua Camo

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Orange Camo

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Skull

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War Hero

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Red skulls

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Paint

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Clown Face

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Bomber

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Blue Diamond

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Black Star

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8Ball

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What do you think?? Whats your favorite ??

I like them all but my all time favorite is the green camo matches the 700:laugh:

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