Back in Black, Cotton, Poly Reusable Mask - Made in Canada - JC Masks
Back in Black, Cotton, Poly Reusable Mask - Made in Canada - JC Masks
Back in Black, Cotton, Poly Reusable Mask - Made in Canada - JC Masks
Back in Black, Cotton, Poly Reusable Mask - Made in Canada - JC Masks
Back in Black, Cotton, Poly Reusable Mask - Made in Canada - JC Masks
Back in Black, Cotton, Poly Reusable Mask - Made in Canada - JC Masks
Back in Black, Cotton, Poly Reusable Mask - Made in Canada - JC Masks

Back in Black, Cotton, Poly Reusable Mask - Made in Canada

BYZ-1000

Regular price $19.95 CAD
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If you would like to buy larger quantities of our Made in Vancouver masks, we offer discounts of 20% on orders of 50 units, 30% on orders over 200 units, and 40% on orders over 1,000 units.   Please let me know the style, color, sizes, and quantity you are interested in?  

Description: Cotton/Polyester are strong fibers that do not wear down as quickly.  The fabric is breathable, tear-resistant while being flexible with minimal wrinkles and Wovenshrinking. Unlike cotton, polyester dries quickly which makes it perfect for colder weather and sports where you don't want moist fabric against your skin.

Two layers of Fabric, Main Fabric: 48% Cotton, 48% Polyester, 4% Spandex,  Liner: Knit, 95% Modal, 5% Spandex

Benefits of wearing a Reusable Masks:

  • Protection from Poor Air Quality
  • Airborne Contaminants
  • Toxic Environments
  • Dust
  • Allergens
  • Germs (flu, colds)
  • Capturing droplets
  • Odours

Caring for Your Mask:

  • All masks will become contaminated after use.
  • You should be regularly washing your reusable masks.
  • Wash after every use or after wearing for up to 8 hours.
  • Wash in warm water with detergent, thoroughly rinse for at least one-minute.
  • Remove by side string. Do not touch mask.
  • If you touch mask, wash hands thoroughly before touching your face, mouth, or eyes.

Washing Instructions for Woven Masks

Washing Instructions for Knit Masks

We don’t believe one size fits all for masks, so we have created four sizes. The next challenge, was to discovery the measurement for finding out your mask size. 

For measuring you will require a cloth or soft tape measure. We believe measuring from the front of one ear lobe around the chin to the front of the other ear lobe to be one of the best ways for measuring your mask size. Please see the diagram below.    

If your measurement falls in-between, you need to decide if you want smaller or bigger. I am a 5’ 11” male, weighing 190 pounds, and I choose a size Medium mask. Luiza, the model in the photoshoot she chose a size small mask. Jeff, the male model in the photoshoot chose a size medium mask.   

NB Note that mask use by individuals under 8 years old requires recommendation of health provider and adult supervision.