When you’re out on the trail, you need proper gear to make sure that you’re protected. However, even if you’re outfitted with a helmet and goggles, you might still be leaving your face exposed to dust or cold weather. An ATV face mask is the answer. It will keep the cold and dirt out while still allowing a good flow of air.
Face masks and related products come in a variety of options, and we’ve got quite the selection here. Some are designed primarily to keep out the cold. Some of these, like balaclavas, cover not only the face but also the rest of the head and the neck. Others cover the nose and below. Neck gaiters are mostly just to keep the neck warm.
However, there are quite a few dust masks which have the primary purpose of keeping dust out rather than the cold. These generally utilize advanced filtration to help you out when you’re on a dusty trail or riding during allergy season. A good ATV dust mask can make a big difference with your riding enjoyment.
Of course, there isn’t a clear line between cold face masks and dust masks. Nearly all face masks that cover the nose will be beneficial against dust on some level, and many purpose-built dust masks can also keep you a little warmer in the cold weather. The first thing you need to do is decide which features are important to you and find a face mask that meets your needs.
Aside from the face mask’s design on how it covers your face, there are also many options with various styles, colors, patterns and images. For example, we have face masks with skulls, fire, camo, patriotic flags and many other designs.
If you’re looking for an ATV dust mask or face mask, Rocky Mountain ATV/MC is your source! Browse our selection now and pick one up today.
Ryan in KS
Fits nice and snug without feeling restrictive. Breathable but does an excellent job at staying warm over the nose area and feeling less parched. Also does great at the dunes on windy days where without one you will eat sandRead All Reviews
Brian in AZ
I've only used this 4 times now; my other bike has a windscreen and I'm riding a naked bike now. It works but it's overkill for me riding in low 40's degree weather. I wear a 2xl helmet and this fits my head tight and makes my helmet tight also. It does block the wind very well in the helmet and on my neck. I'm glad that I have it but I want something lighter, same as gloves. I have a Klim Krios Pro and badland gloves, this is my first Klim item that actually fits me.Read All Reviews