PahaQue Personal Protective Facemask Camo Black-Lycra

The PahaQue Personal Protective Facemask was designed so that you can protect yourself and your family and stay comfortable while you go about your day. The mask’s double layer construction ensures high-quality performance. The inner liner is soft polyester microfiber mesh for enhanced filtration and moisture wicking capabilities. The outer lycra layer allows you to breathe easily without overheating. The gusseted mask design creates space to help reduce condensation and prevent annoying eyeglass fogging. Customize the fit of the face mask by adjusting the nose bridge strap and comfortable elastic ear loops that keep the mask securely in place during a wide range of activities. Every mask is washable so you can reuse one many times, offering an economical and eco-friendly alternative to disposable masks. The mask should be used for personal protection only; it is not intended for medical use and is not proven to reduce the transmission of disease. The PahaQue Personal Protective Facemask is proudly made in the USA and provides maximum comfort while helping you protect yourself and others.

  • Double layer construction features a breathable outer lycra and a soft microfiber mesh inner layer for enhanced filtration and moisture wicking
  • These masks are designed to be safely washable so they can be reused as an economical, eco-friendly alternative to disposable face masks
  • The gusseted design helps prevent condensation buildup and accommodates a wide range of face sizes; features comfortable elastic ear loops
  • Adapt the mask to securely fit your face with the adjustable nose bridge strap to provide a tighter fit and prevent eyeglass fogging
  • Every mask is proudly made in the USA; they are intended for personal use and are not for medical use, and are not proven to reduce the transmission of disease
  • Gusseted Design Allows for a Comfortable Fit and Prevents Eyeglass Fogging
  • Reusable and Washabl

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