In an effort to provide customers the necessary coverage while ensuring they don’t lose their standards of breathability and comfort, the braintrust at Turtle Fur has applied what it’s learned over the years about face coverings and neckwear, alongside research of the many mask offerings currently on the market, and transferred the knowledge into a line of three face masks.
“At Turtle Fur, we have been making face coverings for 38 years,” explain company chief Richard Sontag. “It was natural for us to apply our product development standards towards face masks. The key characteristics we identified of fit, coverage, adjustability, comfort, breathability, staying in place, durability, and washability have been incorporated into all designs, producing a technically superior mask.”
The Structured Face Mask ($35.00/2-pack) is named after its most redeeming quality – its structure. With a cone shape and fitted design, it keeps fabric off the mouth, and the ear loops are a stretchy spandex that will not cause chafing. Designed with a built-in melt blown HEPA filte, it comes in Adult Small/Youth, Adult One-Size, and Adult X-Large.
The Cotton Casual Face Mask ($30.00/2-pack) is just that – 100% cotton, and stylish. It features a built-in pocket to accommodate a PM2.5 filter, adjustable nose clamp, and adjustable ear straps to give each individual the perfect fit. It comes in Adult One-Size and Adult X-Large.
The Everyday Face Mask ($36.00/3-pack) is meant for daily errands, work or social times with friends. The adjustable ear straps help ensure it will not fall off, no matter when (or where) it is being worn. Washable, it come in Adult Small/Youth, Adult One-Size, and Adult X-Large.
Turtle Fur face masks will be available on their website starting July 8, 2020. $1 from every item sold will be donated to the CDC Foundation’s Coronavirus relief efforts. Face masks will be sold in 2 or 3 packs with the option to buy larger quantities in bulk.