Shoreham Wading River Wildcat Masks – There are six design options and two different types of masks with a variety of colors available for each. The Badger Masks (the ones that look like they are slightly fitted) these are dri fit material, two ply masks that come in several size options. The Youth S/M is very small and good for Toddlers and smaller.
The Bayside Masks (the flat looking ones) these are two layer cloth masks are one size fits all.
Both masks are made in the USA and are hand made, sizes might slightly vary.
Select your mask color, mask type (badger dri fit or bayside cloth), Select your mask size (badger has three options, bayside is one size) then select your design.
Badger – B-Core 3-Ply Mask – 1930
- 100% polyester, B-Core moisture management fabric
- Contains anti-microbial agent to control odor-causing bacteria and does not claim to provide any antiviral or infection prevention/reduction or make any filtration claims
- Comfort anti-chafe ear loops stretch 100% and hold their shape
- Middle seam contours and conforms to the face. Extends up the nose for maximum coverage
- Durable lab-tested fabrics hold shape and fit after wash
- Writable interior name bar for identification
- CPSIA compliant
- Sold individually
Four specially engineered sizes to provide a snug, comfortable fit for ages 4 and up
Bayside – USA-Made 100% Cotton Face Mask – 1900
- 4.2 oz., 100% cotton
- Dark Ash is 90/10 cotton/polyester
- Alternate Heathers are 50/50 cotton/polyester
- 3-Ply fabric
- Washable, reusable, and breathable
- Sold in poly-bagged packs of 25 masks. 1 unit = 25 masks
One Size Fits all – 7″ W x 5″ L (please note the size)
Disclaimer: The mask is not FDA-approved, not intended for medical use, and not proven to reduce the transmission of disease. The mask should not be used (1) in any surgical setting or where significant exposure to liquid, bodily or other hazardous fluids, may be expected; (2) in a clinical setting where the infection risk level through inhalation exposure is high. For guidance on usage, please consult the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), available at www.cdc.gov.