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Masks have been shown to be one of the most cost-effective means of stopping the spread of COVID-19, and the world’s largest health organizations like the CDC, WHO, and NIH have recommended everyone wear masks in public.

The more people wear masks, the sooner we’ll all be back to doing the things we love.

About our masks

Mask production

How to wear a mask

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About our masks

Find answers to top questions about our mask production and the care of our masks here.

The masks have been tested and certified as per American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists (AATCC) for antibacterial, water repellent, and UV protection (AATCC – 100Certifications)

Our masks come in five sizes for a custom fit.  L, M, S, XS and XXS

Outside layer: 100% Polyester
Middle layer: 65/35 Polyester/Cotton
Inner layer: 65/35 Polyester/Cotton

The first shipments of >100,000 masks donated to The Northwood School (Lake Placid, NY).

The masks were distributed to the residents Village of Lake Placid, local non-profits around the North Country regions, University of Vermont etc.

Currently, we’ve received total of 500,000 masks

The masks can be washed up to 30 times:

  • hand washed with mild soap and cold water
  • Hang to dry, Do not wring

The masks are currently available and can be delivered as soon as needed

Our masks are manufactured in a factory in Vietnam with over 20 years of experience providing apparel exports to the USA. We also support each employee (10 masks/month/employee).

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A View of the Mask Design

Mask Production

Our masks are made in our aunt’s textile factory in Vietnam. Normally, the factory produces apparel for the US market, but they quickly retooled the operation to produce facemasks for people in Japan and Singapore when COVID-19 broke out.

The factory employees are well-paid, healthy, and happy to do their part to keep us all safe during the pandemic.

How to Wear a Mask

It’s important to wear your mask correctly to stop the spread of COVID-19. We’ve all seen lots of different versions of mask usage, but many of them do not properly protect those around you. Here’s the right way, thanks to an illustration by Eleni Kalorkoti for The New York Times:

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“Infection trends shifted dramatically when mask-wearing rules were implemented on April 6 in northern Italy and April 17 in New York City – at the time among the hardest hit areas of the world by the health crisis – the study found.”


Masks significantly reduce infection risk, likely preventing thousands of COVID-19 cases -study

“According to the latest data, history and science tell the same story: wearing a mask – combined with social distancing – stops the spread of the virus.”


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