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    Bugs for dinner? How not to get a mouth full??

    Looking for solutions to prevent bug-in -mouth/nose problem when night riding. I ride with clear glasses to protect eyes, but I always get pelted in the face, mouth, up my nose? Any good solutions??
    Saving the world one calorie at a time.

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    Could be worth a try
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    Ha ha yetibetty. Lookey what I found- http://gbnpro.com/.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yetibetty
    Could be worth a try
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    hahaha that's funny stuff

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    bandana?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MaximusHQ
    Ha ha yetibetty. Lookey what I found- http://gbnpro.com/.
    Seriously now, that is a good find and might actually work. I posted the gas mask pic as I have tried all sorts of things (not the gas mask ) and nothing that allows you breath properly works.

    I don't have a prolem with bugs but huge spider webs wrapped around my face.

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    Ah, golden silk spiders. I have had 11 all running around on my helmet at one time. This is my personal best. I had to stop when I could see legs coming around the edge of the helmet. Thankfully they don't bite.

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    i put a buff baclava over my nose and mouth. it's very lightweight and breathable. Also keeps mud and small stones from my face.

    http://www.buff.es/en/catalog_headwear.php?t=1

    look for the original Buff design.

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    Bugs for dinner? How not to get a mouth full??

    Avoid the Taco Bell




    In all seriousness, that net seems like a good idea but I'd be curious if and how much your vision gets impaired at night. I'm sure it'll be fine in the day. The bandana, or even a balaclava, (those are delicious btw) sounds like a good idea that could easily be sourced for immediate use.

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