Mask No. 8: Princepessa Leoparda (Leopard Princess)
MAKE: All of our masks are made with 3 layers of protection: the outside, the lining, and the second lining, a soft fabric that goes closest to your face and can hold a filter inside. We tested a number of different fabrics and then settled on a polyester blend because of its wicking properties (ie repels waters).
We use these masks with the filter for jogging, so you can wear it all day long whether you are a first responder or are in a situation where multiple people are present, such as a retail location.
EASY CARE: You can easily throw these into your wash and air dry them (you can machine dry them on delicate). As we change our masks daily, we wash it at the end of the day in a bowl with three dabs of handwashing soap (You can use different types of soaps but they become harder to remove and may leave residue). We then let them sit for 10 minutes as the soap dissolves the viral wall; just add enough hot water to cover the mask. Then, simply rinse it and air dry it. If you don't have enough masks, simply use a hairdryer to finish the drying process. We recommend you wash it daily to remove viruses it trapped and to use the filter for maximum protection, as this is your life.
DESIGN STORY: Distinctively presented, this tie modestly displays the power and authority of the leopard, Able to jump 10 feet vertically, having visited Italy in the Pleistocene (2,588,000 to 11,700 years ago) as discovered in fossil records, this animal is similar in build to our friend the Jaguar, but is smaller in size. Its last common ancestor existed 6.37 million years ago. The Leopard is very adaptive, being able to live in rainforests as well as arid areas, not to mention in the Russian Far East, where temperatures dip to -13F/-25C. Additionally, it is not a finicky eater and can adapt to a number of different menus.