When You Ride, Put On Your Second Best Face.

secondfacebisThe press release I received states that there is nothing like it. And I believe it. After 3 years of continuous lab and road testing, the people of  “Second Face On” have perfected a protective mask for motorcycle riders that prefer not to wear the full helmet. Of course, the idea is to offer protection from the rain, warmth, cold while stopping flying objects like stones and bugs dead in their tracks. So they designed a solid one-piece shatterproof polycarbonate mask that eliminates fluttering and vibration for better visibility and less distortion than looking through a motorcycles windshield at sixty miles an hour. In the making of the mold process, they state that they have perfected the lens area to the quality of a good pair of prescription glasses (number one optical clarity). The aerodynamic design and vented slots create a non-fogging environment to make the mask comfortable to wear. They offer 2 different size masks. One for women, a smaller mask streamed lined to fit the contours of the female face and yet keeping in mind to allow for prescription glasses. The male mask has been designed a little wider and has a little more of a stretched look to allow for the larger face and with the consideration of prescription glasses. They also offer personal art package at a price of $39.95, and winter or comfort package for the chillier weather for $11.95. This comes in precut pieces that stick to the inside of the mask and is made of soft breathable polyester that is safe for the skin. This package is easily removed and can be replaced when it gets colder. Now I have 2 questions. Will you wear one? If yes, how am I going to know it’s you? Second Face On.

9 Responses to “When You Ride, Put On Your Second Best Face.”

  1. 1 Scott Parker Apr 7th, 2009 at 12:22 pm

    Seams like it would be easier jto wear a full face, which will protect you from everything listed above PLUS THE ADDED BONUS FOR PROTECTION FROM ROAD WHEN YOUR CHIN/JAW HITS IT!

  2. 2 ian Apr 8th, 2009 at 4:32 am

    looks like something to rob a bank in.

  3. 3 Mark Apr 8th, 2009 at 9:35 am

    I just ordered mine. And yes, I plan on robbing a bank in it.

  4. 4 THUG CUSTOM CYCLES Apr 8th, 2009 at 6:30 pm


  5. 5 THUG CUSTOM CYCLES Apr 8th, 2009 at 6:31 pm


  6. 6 Caps Locked Apr 9th, 2009 at 11:18 am


    Anyone ever teach you where the caps lock key is? Typing in caps is the same as yelling in public.

    dont be as ass, use the key.

  7. 7 Caps Locked Apr 9th, 2009 at 1:02 pm


  8. 8 choppertom Apr 10th, 2009 at 8:43 am

    just another trinkett to add to the pile of crap that doesn’t get used.

    why do bikers insist on dressing up so much to ride? ok, maybe “bikers” isn’t the word.
    bikers, imho, just hit the road with whatever they are wearing at the time. maybe throw on a jacket, grab a lid and check the gas……

    x-tra crap just gets in the way.

    enjoy the ride, get wet, get cold, get hot, smell the air……

  9. 9 Randy Apr 13th, 2009 at 4:12 pm

    This is not for me, having broken a couple of chin pieces off of helmets during a crash!

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