What are FaceMSK FaceMasks used for?
The Aqua Military Camo Face Shield – FaceMask offers SPF40 protection against the sun. This is one of the reasons why a Faceshield is used during fishing or on open water. A Faceshield can protect the head, but also the neck, from direct sunlight so that you do not burn. This makes them ideal while being on the water. In addition, Faceshields are used while riding on motorbikes when you ride with an open helmet, so you avoid small flies and other insects that fly into your face or mouth. Also during various sports, because they are sweat transporting and very quick drying because of the breathable material. The Faceshields can be washed and dried so that they do not stink or smell nasty.
In addition to recreational use, a Faceshield is also frequently used during a number of activities inside or outside. For example, a Faceshield is used in the construction sector, while working with dust and fine dust or during the processing of wood. Due to the elastic material of the Faceshield it will not bother you while working and you can use it undisturbed.
How can a FaceMSK Faceshield be worn?
Faceshields can be worn in many different ways, more than 12+ possibilities! This way you can wear a Faceshield as the name says: as a face protection (Face Mask). But you can also wear a Faceshield as a Bandana (around the head), or as a neck warmer or wristband during exercise, all around the head as Eskimo or around the head and mouth bound as Balaclava. For long hair you can wear it as a saharine or hair band and even much more. On the home page of our website you can find a YouTube video in which all possibilities are easily presented for you.
Most important features:
- Soft material, breathable, 100% polyester microfibre
- 100% seamless
- 10 ways to wear
- Protects against sun, SPF40, unpleasant odors, wind, dust
- Insects and other small bugs
- Sweat transporting
- Dries quickly
- One Size Fits Most
- Can be washed in the washing machine (max 30 degrees)
- Do not iron
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