These non-medical face masks are breathable, reusable and washable with stretchy ear-loops for maximum comfort.
(Sz Med: average women's size, Sz Lrg: average men's size)
SOLD OUT ONLINE. ALL SIZE AND STYLES WILL BE AVAILABLE for in-person purchases at WB retail stores including Can Ski Whistler, Can Ski Blackcomb and GBB soon. STAY TUNED!
Help support the Whistler Blackcomb Foundation by purchasing a fun and comfortable face mask. Grab one or grab a few! There are 3 to choose from, each one representing a different iconic image from the Whistler area generously provided by legendary photographer, David McColm. Learn more about him and his work, here: www.davidmccolm.com. All proceeds go to support Sea to Sky Community Charities!
100% polyester performance wicking fabric
Breathable, reusable and washable
Durable filament polyester outer shell
Soft spun polyester inner shell against skin
Strong double needle stitching
Internal sleeve pouch allowing you to insert a filter of your choice
Made in Vancouver, Canada
Medium: Mask 7 ½ x 5 ½ inches with 4-inch ear loop (average women's size)
Large: Mask 8 x 6 inches with 5-inch ear loop (average men's size)
Recommended Washing Instructions:
Wash in cold or hot water by hand and hang to dry. We recommend washing mask before use.
Due to the hygienic nature of this product all masks are non-refundable and non-exchangeable.
This product is non-medical and does not replace N95 or other medical grade masks. This product helps to prevent transmission of droplets between people as well as onto surfaces.
All proceeds go to support The Whistler Blackcomb Foundation. The Whistler Blackcomb Foundation is the largest community fundraiser in the Sea to Sky Corridor. We are proud that the Foundation has raised over 15 million dollars since 1992. These funds are raised primarily at our two annual events and through our very successful Founders Pass program. Our beneficiaries are registered charities/non-profit organizations who focus in the areas of health, human services, education, recreation, arts and culture and the environment, with an emphasis on children, youth and family programs.