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KTT LEGACY & GSI present Andrew Eborn RJ Gibb KTT Masks

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For your own sake and for the sake of others... Mask Up!

With this beautiful white with black borders & gold text, LEGACY by KTT Ltd re-washable face-covering.

Ease into our new 'normality' with this face-covering designed for comfort, all-day wear. Crafted from breathable 2-ply cotton, you can wash, re-use, and wear this mask again & again. Your smile may be hidden, but you can still sport protective equipment just as welcome & unique as you are!


100% ring spun cotton
One size fits most adults, & it secures behind the ears using ear-loops
Features ribbed binding and a reinforced hem
For the ideal fit, wash the covering after every use and let dry completely
Sourced, processed and printed in the U.S of A.

Disclaimer: These masks are not medical grade and are not to take the place of the N95 masks.

We recommend you wear a surgical grade N95 mask underneath this face-covering, thus providing even more barrier protection (plus this covering 'masks the mask' so to speak, & that unsightly 'N95 look'. Face-masks are a good protective measure to adopt, however this covering makes for a more trendy overall protective-measure experience).

This covering is of course not suitable for use in a surgical setting, or where there would be significant exposure to bodily &/or hazardous fluids. Also not suitable for use in a clinical setting, or in the presence of high-intensity heat sources or flammable gases.

Wearing any mask whatsoever, whether N95 or otherwise, is never guaranteed to prevent the transmission of viral &/or bacterial pathogens & is not a substitute for other tried, tested & thoroughly recommended Disease Avoidance Measures, which though we are not professional medical authorities, we personally recommend, as these are proven methods of disease avoidance & prevention:

1. Constant, consistent & thorough hand-washing...

2. Social-distancing (which is practiced by keeping at least 2 meters, or just over 2 yards, from one-another whilst in public places)...

3. Avoidance of crowds & confined spaces...

4. Complete self-isolation...

Definitely self-isolate if you have experienced any of the publicly listed COVID-19 symptoms, which you can read about via many sources including the NHS website, the CDC website, the WHO website as well as Mayo Clinic's website & other medical information websites.

Please, for the love of Pete, be responsible & keep vigilant everyone.

Please do realise that you, without even catching the virus, it can 'piggy-back' on you, in your hair, on your clothing & your hands for instance, thus it can find its way to other, more vulnerable individuals. Or you might've contracted COVID-19 without displaying any symptoms whatsoever (as you would then be one of the asymptomatic 40% of those infected with COVID-19) & you wouldn't even know about it.
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