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Essential Face Mask w/ Filter

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Protect yourself and others the next time you leave home with the Essential Face Mask Kit. With a customizable fit and a highly packable design, the Essential Face Mask Kit makes protection comfortable and convenient. Wear this washable mask on its own as a basic face covering, or pair with the Essential Mask Filter for high filtration efficiency. The Essential Face Mask is treated with HEIQ V-BLOCK® NPJ03. 

** Final Sale: Sorry, we do not accept returns or exchanges on masks, neck gaiters, or face coverings. **

What's Included: 1 Face Mask, 3-Pack Mask Filters, and Protective Storage Pouch

About the Face Mask

  • Fully customizable fit. Adjustable ear loops and nose wire for a comfortable fit and tight seal. and snug fit.
  • Microbe and Germ Resistant. Water & stain repellent, the mask can be laundered up to 30 times while maintaining 100% of the HEIQ V-BLOCK® NPJ03 performance.  After 30 washes, the HEIQ V-BLOCK® will slowly diminish.
  • Built to last. Durable polyester fabric outperforms cotton in a 10,000+ cycle abrasion test, and is faster to dry and wick moisture.

About the Filter

  • Filters greater than 95% of virus, bacteria, and particles in accordance with ASTM test standards.
  • Reduces the risk of contaminant transmission .
  • Made in the USA.
  • Breathable & Non-Irritating.

The filters are designed to be disposable, replace based on your amount of use and judgment. If you live in a hot climate or wear a mask 8+ hours a day to work, you may want to replace your filter more frequently. Average wear should give you approximately 5-7 days.

This face mask is not intended for medical use. Outdoor Research recommends following guidelines outlined by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for mask use.

** Final Sale: Sorry, we do not accept returns or exchanges on masks, neck gaiters, or face coverings. **

For instructions on inserting filter into mask please see the following link from Outdoor Research:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dyS13aeYUfQ