Designed specifically for comfort in warmer weather, these lightweight facemasks are made from cooler-to-the-touch nylon and come in five unique colors. Each pack contains two (2) masks and two (2) nose bridges. Mix and match colors and when you buy three (3) packs you will receive 50% off your fourth pack.
For improved filtration relative to a standard cloth mask, Easy Masks' most important benefit is its two-layer design that allows easy insertion of replaceable filtration inserts. You can purchase pre-cut nonwoven inserts specifically designed to filter 80% of all particles at 0.3 micrometers, and also can cut your own filtration inserts using our free template -- see the link at the end of this article.
Ever have cloth masks not fit and slide down off your face? Not with Easy Masks -- generous stretch in the trim and ear loops ensures a sleek, comfortable fit. The Medium/Large size fits most people, with Small and Extra Large sizes available.
Small is great for children and narrow faces, and Extra Large is recommended for taller people and full beards. Measure from earlobe to earlobe, below the nose, for a size estimation using the guide below, and when in doubt, choose the larger size.
There is some flexibility in sizing because Easy Masks ear loops are a combination of nylon and Spandex that stretches and has a bit of memory. If desired, ear loops can be "relaxed" to find the perfect fit -- just place your fingers inside each ear loop, and gently spread out your fingers to stretch the loop to its maximum size. After you release, the loops will hold some of that stretch and be more relaxed.
Finally, mask bodies are designed to stretch to give you up to five inches of coverage from nose to chin. Just put your mask on, hold the nose bridge in the desired position, and use your other hand to stretch the bottom center of the mask below your chin. For more details, watch this quick video:
Masks are machine washable, feature two-layer construction, and are 54% recycled nylon, 43% nylon, and 3% Spandex. Made with 💚 in High Point, NC.