Protect your face from piercing rain, extreme cold, or even keep bugs from hitting your face—a big problem for ATV or boat owners. These lightweight sport utility masks won't fog up and only take 2 seconds to put on. Mask comes with one clear lens. Optional dark smoke interchangeable lens sold separately.
Save Phace Sport Utility Mask Lenses are sold separately and can be found through item search at item numbers 38-528-894-00 and 38-868-980-75
Rated 5 out of 5 by Javelin01 Great!!!!!!!
I used this mask in 24 degree weather worked wonderfull. This is a must to have for any kind of fishermen. Running 70 mph in low 20s and ur face isnt hurting from the cold it pays to have one
December 5, 2011
Rated 3 out of 5 by chaney1919 better than nothing
used it today for the first time. it rained the whole tourny.if you try to wipe the inside part of lens it smears. it says to submerge in water then wipe with lent free towel. did not have one. it does leak air in at high speeds, and did make your eyes water a bit.it was a big help to your face though.it has a wide feild of veiw and is warm. couldnt tell if it foged up due to the water on the inside from not wearing and leaving on the floor.
December 12, 2009
Rated 2 out of 5 by fishergal not so great
I agree with the other reviewer. Water got in my eyes and it wasn't fun. Not what I expected at all.
May 13, 2009
Rated 2 out of 5 by CussinSailor Doesn't live up to promisses
I'm sorry to say that I purchased one of these and had to return it. If you are an angler who regularly fishes with folks who own newer faster boats, then this save fave won't do you much good. It claims to keep the wind and rain off of your face and does not live up to it's promises. I used it in the rain at approximately 65 - 70 mph on the water and water was coming in as well as wind and basically blowing directly into my eyes. So if you are in high speed boats, it will only partially help, however, if you are in slower boats or intend to use this product in a different sport altogether, then it may suffice.
March 25, 2009