These limited edition masks benefit the Karen Beasley Sea Turtle Rescue and Rehabilitation Center, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit based in Surf City, NC.
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 who measure 10-11 inches earlobe-to-earlobe going below the nose.
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.
You may have to repeat this process after washing, and eventually they should settle in to the right size for you.
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 a 97% nylon and 3% Spandex. Made with 💚 in High Point, NC.
About the Karen Beasley Sea Turtle Rescue and Rehabilitation Center
The Karen Beasley Sea Turtle Rescue and Rehabilitation Center’s vision started with an empty lot and a small group of volunteers in 1996. This mission, the Topsail Turtle Project, saw the need for a place where sick and injured sea turtles could go for care, and, in 1997, they moved into their very own facility where they can house 40 sea turtles at once. From May through August, volunteers with the Karen Beasley Sea Turtle Rescue and Rehabilitation Center survey the 26 miles of Topsail coastline for tracks and nests. You can learn more about their mission here.
About the Designer
Amy Lawson is our Design Intern at Easy Masks. She is a sophomore at UNC Chapel Hill majoring in Chemistry with an interest in art and design. She loves scuba diving and all things oceanic, especially sea turtles!