When you take your Yamaha Viking off the beaten path, you need SuperATV’s Full Windshield to deflect debris and keep dust out of your face. We make it with ultra-strong polycarbonate so it will deflect every branch and boulder you come across. Take on rain, snow, and freezing cold temps—our Yamaha windshield delivers supreme protection from the elements to keep you comfortable. Perfectly Built
Our windshields are cut right here in Madison, Indiana and match the contours of your machine perfectly. You get the fit you need and, thanks to the full length bulb seal, you keep the air, dust, and rain out of your cab. Plus, we make installation a breeze with simple yet strong clamps and minimal hardware—you can get riding in minutes. Polycarbonate Strength
Our windshield is made with 1/4” hard-coated polycarbonate. It’s 250 times stronger than glass and 25 times stronger than acrylic—with that much strength, it’s virtually indestructible. When you’re flying down the trail hitting those kicked-up rocks and the odd tree branch, you can trust this windshield to hold together. Opt for Our XR Optic Hard Coating
When you pair polycarbonate with our proprietary XR Optic Hard Coating, you get a windshield that’s built for battle. Our hard coating gives you better scratch resistance and UV protection than you can get on any other windshield. And it’s protected from sun spots, yellowing, and fading too. So get riding with the best side-by-side windshield on the market. Expert Made
We know a thing or two about UTV windshields because we’ve designed, manufactured, and shipped hundreds of thousands of them. Our windshields are used every day all around the world, so if you want the most trusted, most reliable full windshield you can get for a Yamaha Viking, you want SuperATV.
Make your investment go further—check out our guide on how to clean and care for your polycarbonate windshield
. They’re all proudly manufactured at our facility in Madison, Indiana.
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