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Central York Panthers Mask

$11.49
(4 reviews) Write a Review
SKU:
NRGAC-1039

Details:

  • Cotton - Polyester Inner Layer
  • 100% Polyester Outer Layer
  • Stretch Fabric Loops that fit around the ears
  • Reusable double layer fabric face masks (non-medical grade). Made of a cotton and polyester inner layer and 100% polyester outer layer with polyester stretch fabric loops that fit around the ears. Carefully researched, evidence based, and thoughtfully designed.
  • These reusable fabric masks are NOT direct substitutes for surgical or procedural masks. These masks are made with the intention of personal use and are not to replace medical grade protective equipment.
  • Due to the nature of the product, we will not accept returns or exchanges on any masks. All sales Are final
  • Disclaimer: Mask is intended for non-medical grade use. Raised Edge Inc. / NRG Active Apparel Inc. makes no warranties that this mask can protect against the transmission of all viruses or bacteria.

Sizing:

  • Adult: S, L, XL

Including:

Full colour heat transferred CYGHA logo on right side, centered
Optional addition of Heat Transfer player number on on wearers left side: add $3.50

 

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  • 5
    Central York Panthers Face Mask

    Posted by Debbie on 2020 Oct 22nd

    Fits well and excellent quality

  • 4
    Style and Fit

    Posted by Tammy Kemp on 2020 Sep 22nd

    The masks look like the picture and the material and workmanship is solid. The masks are sized larger than expected. I remedied this by shortening down the ear loops. It is an imperfect fix, the mask itself covers a lot of space, but at least it is not gaping or falling forward now. If in doubt, suggest you order the smaller size, wish I had.

  • 4
    Great Product!

    Posted by Keith Higgins on 2020 Sep 11th

    My family loves the masks, one reccomondation is to buy the mask a size smaller than the measurements given. Both masks were little larger and needed to be altered.

  • 3
    Looks good

    Posted by Jennifer Mcphail on 2020 Sep 10th

    Masks were too big