Hit the trail, ride safe and protect your lungs in comfort – with The RZ Mask for UTV and ATV riders!
You clean your UTV or ATV’s air filter, right? Of course you do! Because you want your engine to last longer. So what about your lungs? With the RZ Mask for ATV and UTV riders, you simply won’t be eating any dust! The filters in the RZ mask for trail riders block out dust particles down to .1 microns (that’s less than 1/25,000th of an inch!)
- Reusable, breathable, adjustable
- Won't fog safety glasses, guaranteed! Thanks to our dual one-way discharge valves, which remove unwanted moisture
- Comfortable, breathable, washable*, with a 360-degree seal
- Easy on and off
- Adjustable anti-fog metal nose clip
- Two replaceable active carbon F1 filters (our most popular for woodworkers) come with each mask
- Our active carbon filters block out 99.9% of particles down to .1 micron (*Our replaceable filters are not washable. Simply replace when needed.)
- Carrying bag with carabiner
- Foldable, fits in your pocket
THE MUSCLE BEHIND THE MASK
BREATHE EASY WITH RZ ACTIVE CARBON FILTERS.
The filters in our UTV - ATV masks are called “active carbon” filters. They use a method of “chemical adsorption”: activated carbon removes very fine particles as well as contaminants, impurities and odors. Since the filters in our ATV - UTV mask block out super small particles (less than 1/25,000th of an inch), you simply will not get trail dust entering your lungs. And two filters come with each mask!
RZ Mask’s filters are not meant to protect against asbestos, arsenic, cadmium, lead, and silica.
POWERSPORTS MASK & FILTER OPTIONS
The RZ M2 mesh mask is our most popular mask for ATV and UTV riders. It comes in many colors and styles, it’s easy to put on and take off, and it’s super comfortable. For cooler or cold weather, our M1 neoprene option keeps you warmer, and it has the same great features as the M2 mesh version. Our replaceable F1 filter (two come with each RZ UTV mask) typically last for 30-40 hours of continuous use in light dust exposure.