SuperATV windshields are well known for their quality construction and easy installation. How do we know? You guys tell us!
Purchased the full windshield for my RZR S 900. Fast shipping, great quality, installed in minutes. Worked great even withstood a rollover last weekend. Will continue to buy from SuperATV.
I have had windshields scratch in the past and look terrible. This one is super clear and looks great and makes a huge difference on the cold wind hitting you.
This is a great product. Far exceeded my expectations. Fit is perfect and I really like the tint. The weather seal is great also.
Went from Honda half windshield to full vented windshield to SATV flip up split windshield all within few months. The versatility of the SATV flip windshield is awesome and is by far the best built.
I recently purchased the SuperATV Honda Pioneer scratch resistant flip windshield. I work in IT for a living and spent countless hours researching the best windshield out there. I love this thing. We rode 147 km this past weekend here in Canada and we didn’t get home until late in the evening. This thing kept the dust and wind off of us when we wanted it to and it was also great to open it during the sunny day to let the breeze blow through. Excellent product.
We started with just a full windshield and a half windshield for a few machines back in July of 2014. Originally we had them produced in a nearby facility, but we quickly bought our own router so we could cut our own polycarbonate and added more windshield styles like our flip windshield.
Now we have four routers running for multiple shifts to crank out hundreds of windshields a day. We have many different types of windshields for as many machines as we can stock them for. That means that whether you’re driving a RZR Turbo S or a CFMOTO UForce 800, we’ve got a high-quality windshield for you.
We make our windshields with 1/4” polycarbonate. The other most popular windshield choices for UTVs are glass and acrylic. Here’s why we don’t use either of those.
While acrylic and glass might make decent fish tanks, they’re not so good at taking hits on the trail. If your friend in front of you kicks up a rock, it’s pretty likely to crack an acrylic or glass windshield. Similarly, a low hanging branch might just smash them to pieces. Acrylic in particular tends to break into large shards. That’s not good and it certainly isn’t up to our standards.
At 20 times stronger than acrylic, polycarbonate almost never even gets a crack. And we’ve sent it through just about every off-road situation you can think of.
Rocks? No problem.
Branches? More like noodles.
Rollovers? Polycarbonate is built for it.
When it comes to weight, poly is at the top of its class.
The best strength and the best weight is a winning combination.
Polycarbonate has a dirty little secret that we’ll let you in on. The same properties that make it virtually unbreakable also make it soft. It scratches easier than glass and even acrylic. That’s why it’s pretty uncommon to see polycarbonate without a special hard coating to make it more scratch resistant—it’s necessary for that perfect combination of clarity and strength.
We use our proprietary XR Optic Hard Coating to make our polycarbonate more scratch resistant than acrylic and nearly as scratch resistant as glass.
We hard coat all of our front windshields (apart from some half windshields) and a few of our rear windshields too.
So when you’re riding through the trail and pushing through bushes and creeks, XR Optic will keep the crap that hits your windshield from marring, scuffing, or scratching it. It also provides additional UV protection to prevent sun spots, yellowing, and fading from appearing on your windshield.
A couple years back, we realized that people expect windshields of all types to be really easy to assemble, even if they’re not. We took it upon ourselves to make that expectation a reality and assemble our windshields as much as possible before boxing them up and shipping them.
Now when you get a windshield from us—even a relatively complicated flip windshield—all you have to do is bolt on a couple brackets if necessary and install your clamps. That brings install time down from about an hour to just a few minutes.
It also adds an extra element of quality control to our windshields. Previously, a bolt or bracket could get left out of the box. It was rare, but sometimes that kind of thing just happens, and it would be a big pain for you. Now, since all the parts are installed by our expert assembly team, there’s no opportunity for anything to get left out.
That means a more consistent product and a better experience for you.
Between our full, half, vented, flip down, flip up, and rear windshields, we have over 190 windshield applications. So whatever side-by-side you put your butt in, and whatever version of wind in your face you prefer, we’ve got something for you.
How do you know what’s for you? Let’s break it down.
The original. The classic. The OG. The full windshield completely blocks the air coming from the front of your machine. Like all of our windshields, it’s super easy to remove and reinstall for some seasonal versatility but generally, you want this windshield if you want the wind off of you.
Full windshields also have an interesting effect where air is sucked in through the sides of your cab. Some people don’t mind this—the wind is out of their face after all—but others can’t stand it. This side-cab suction can be alleviated with a rear windshield or doors, though. So it’s not a big deal, just something you should consider when purchasing a windshield.
The half windshield is a lot more awesome than it looks. This little windshield blocks a lot of air. The lip at the top of the windshield does a surprisingly good job of diverting air away from your face. It’s like having an open cab with a forcefield in front of you.
This one’s perfect for folks that like to ride where it’s warm, but don’t want dust or sand in their face. So if you do dunes and desert, definitely give the half windshield a look.
It’s also great for anybody that wants to keep their cab as open as possible and doesn’t ride when it’s frigid out.
Best of all, it’s super light, it’s affordable, and there’s nothing easier to install than a half windshield.
Vented windshields are like full windshields with a vent. Go figure. We have two different styles for different machines: sliding vents and flip-up vents.
The sliding vent windshields use little panels at the bottom that slide left and right to open and close slots. The flip-up vent windshields use a small hinged section at the bottom of the windshield to let you control airflow.
Both styles work exceptionally well, and they’re a great direct upgrade from a full windshield. Get full protection from the wind when you want it, and some good airflow control when it’s a little too warm out.
Flip windshields are the best of the best. This one is easy to recommend to anyone—if you can afford it, get it. Here’s why:
We have two kinds of flip windshields: the flip-up and the flip-down.
Let’s talk about the flip-up windshield first. It’s the cream of the crop. Most of them have three settings on them, so they can be closed and act like a full windshield, open so they act like a half windshield, or set in between so they act like a vented windshield.
It’s like having three windshields in one, so you can keep it on the machine year-round. They’re good for anyone anywhere. The only reason you wouldn’t want one is if you only ride where versatility isn’t important like a constantly hot or constantly cold climate.
One of the best things about our flip-up windshields is that you don’t have to get out of the cab to change positions—you can reach the latching mechanism from your seat and the powerful gas struts lift the windshield for you and hold it open even when you’re bumping down the trail.
Flip-down windshields give you similar versatility, though not as much. They’re more old-school—you get a full windshield or you can push it out and secure it to your hood to get a half windshield.
Don’t forget about rear windshields! If you’re looking for that next level of cab comfort, you’ve got to get a rear windshield. It stops that suction action you get from a full windshield and keeps the rear tire cleanout from getting into the back of your cab.
A rear windshield really completes your cab.
With the biggest selection of windshields you’ll find anywhere, we’re pretty confident we’ve got the windshield for your vehicle and riding conditions. Plus, they’re all made and assembled right here at our facility in Madison, Indiana.
No matter what you get, you’re getting quality.