Dust mask for riding

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check1
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Dust mask for riding

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Anyone try these dust masks for riding or use some other method on dusty rides?
https://wolfsnout.net/shop/riding-acces ... et-filter/
Rocketman
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Re: Dust mask for riding

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check1 wrote:Anyone try these dust masks for riding or use some other method on dusty rides?
https://wolfsnout.net/shop/riding-acces ... et-filter/
It's been on my radar, but I haven't pulled the trigger yet. You get one and lemme know. :biggrin

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Re: Dust mask for riding

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It's probably going to be a couple years. Have to do some work to the house so I can sell it and the GF needs to see if she can find a job there that has medical insurance.
fishon401
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Re: Dust mask for riding

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My buddy tried one. Did not like it, hot, not as easy to breathe as you think.
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check1
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Re: Dust mask for riding

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I'm going to try one anyways. I can't deal with the dust on the dusty days where you can barely see.
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