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SNOCRUISE
NO-FOG MASKS


SNOCRUISE will drive your snowmobile for you, if we have to cross a road way.


SNOCRUISE will check with you often, after Orientation to make sure your gear and your snowmobile is functioning properly.


SNOCRUISE will stop often if you wish, so you can communicate with your friends and family!


SNOCRUISE is there when you get stuck! Getting stuck
is half the fun!


SNOCRUISE is always there at just the right time to take some snaps for you that you can share with the world!


If your feeling like you are in over your head just wave!
SNOCRUISE is there to help!


SNOCRUISE always, when ever possible, tries to end our day with a nice
Sunset .

We stop once in a while to check the fit and adjustment of your gear and your snowmobile.

Know your needs and reserve your SNOCRUISE winter gear!
These are the world famous No-Fog masks that were first used and reported by Snow Tech Magazine back in the '90s. These masks are fool proof and take a minimum of instruction and direction to use successfully.

It is extremely important to recognize that this type of mask is washable and sanitized after each use. Imagine trying to sanitize some of the complex and integral breathing apparatus built into many of the helmets on the market today

  • NO FOG masks:  STD & XL
The Original NO-FOG
High Performance breath deflector

no fog


NO FOG package information.


This group including some ladies from France were out @ -33 to -36 C, and they are not fogged up!


NO FOG instructions.


A good no... No-Fog picture!!


I am all fogged up!
Wearing a toque or neck warmer under the
No-Fog mask, as the instructions indicate will cause you to fog up!


It is best that you practice with your gear outdoors and follow the directions.


 By utilizing good working gear in it's intended environment you will not find yourself putting  pressure on the visor
from the inside in an attempt to clear it. To much pressure from the inside could break the visor attachment off.

SIGHTSEEING is one thing, but are you fit enough to participate  in a cross country snowmobile ride?

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