Formline Bear Face Mask
Bear: A most prestigious animal crest, and one of the most prevalent figures in totemic art as well as myths. It is a symbol of power and strength among the Native people of the Northwest Coast. It is thought in many tribes in the Pacific Northwest that the bear's soul was the closest to a human's and symbolized the relationship between humans and animals.
All masks are two layers: 100% Polyester fabric on outside, 100% Cotton on inside. These masks are not intended to be a replacement for N95 or medical grade Personal Protective Equipment.
Use supplied rubber grommets to tighten straps. Insert hooked end of crochet hook or paper clip through small hole in grommet. Pull strap back through grommet and adjust as necessary.
Machine wash in COLD WATER on DELICATE CYCLE with like colors using LOWEST SPIN SPEED. LAY FLAT to dry.
Each mask comes with two optional metal nose pieces, find the small slit on the upper right or left side, and slide the nose piece into the top of the mask and position it accordingly.
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