BEST FOG RATING* ON THE MARKET @ -50
U.S. List $54.99
Canadian's can order direct from us, or buy at your Parts Canada Dealer,
Motovan Dealer or Royal Distributing
NO-FOG® X-treme™... Ask for it by name!
Stops breath fogging* of eyeglasses, helmet shields (visors) & goggles down to -50 wind chill.
*Thin design wear inside any snowmobile helmet.
New Dry Face™ facial seal technology. No more damp mouth.... simply amazing.
Bottom fleece added for extra coverage if needed.
Wear with or without any balaclava for different riding conditions!
Generation 2 style front breath deflector slightly larger to fill the gap in most helmets.
Exclusive removable by Velcro® upper head Z-Strap™ for complete head adjustability. Full instructions included.
Large for neck sizing of 14"-18" and XL for neck size of 18"-20"
#7DXL / #MX1™ #MXB™ #MXR™
/ #A-7™ Trail / #7B™ #7BX™
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Purchased a #7DG NO-FOG to replace my old one. This new model mask is truly high performance in every way. I can't believe how much these masks have advanced over the years. If you've got an older model mask like mine, I urge you to try this new stuff. Warm and dry around mouth. Completely 100% breath fog free. Still made in the good old USA with customer service #1 in the industry. Eyeglasses with fogging this is the solution. I wish they came in colors though but that's ok. I could write more but its snowing and I'm heading out to ride!! Dan W., New York
I live in Alaska. I've had one of these for about 15 years and it's lasted all this time without falling apart. "Best thing since sliced bread!" It's ugly as sin, but I've been able to snowmachine as cold as -35 F without fogging up my goggles. I'm always warm and comfortable. I always feel sorry for other riders who continually fight fogged goggles while I have absolutely no trouble at all. I am now going to buy 2 more so I have a new one and an extra for friends or family (so I can stop feeling sorry for them!). My original is the #7D model, which I wear over a thin balaclava for added warmth. This time I'm buying the DG model so I have more neck coverage. A great and well thought out product. I'll never figure out why I don't see more folks wearing them. I guess they like being miserable. When you need to be warm and comfortable, appearance is not the first thing to worry about! LOL! Seriously, this is a fantastic product and I ALWAYS use mine. John G., Alaska
From SnowTech Magazine came a recent bit of "Industry News" that is worth mentioning here:
".....Studies performed by 3M (makers of Thinsulate® Insulation) have shown that one quarter of your bodies heat loss is through breathing. Every time you take a breath and exhale, you are sucking cold air into and pumping heat out of your body. No matter how good your clothing, no matter how good your wind protection, you will still lose 25% of your body heat through breathing."
Just another great reason to wear a breath deflector mask while riding in cold weather....
Try any of
our NO-FOG® Masks and
see a difference!
*Cold weather helmets need extra room to fit a balaclava, etc. (compared to a summer motorcycle). Always wear the proper size and allow breath to exit outside bottom of helmet. If so equipped, remove helmet chin screen. Check over your head wear (in front of a mirror) before riding. Be smart. Study what's going on and follow instructions for top performance... And know the definition of breath fog. ©2018 NO-FOG® USA.
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