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RZRMasks.com sent us one of these masks and I have to say that it is a quality product and tests great on the trails if your looking to minimize your dust intake while riding behind someone! It has a ton of uses and I'm sure for you folks out west in the sand, you'll find this mask very useful.

Take a moment to check them out at www.rzrmasks.com

Tired of breathing it?

Tired of coughing from it?

Tired of tasting it?

RZR MASK is the cure. This incredible new product is sure to change your riding experience. RZR MASKS are made from soft neoprene that fit snugly under helmets and goggles. RZR Masks filter out 99.9% of dust and particulates in the air. The filters themselves are sold in the store and swap in easily.

"Keep your lungs clean and your head in the game."

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