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As Covid-19 vaccines rollout across the country, we’re trying to imagine what post-pandemic gyms will look like. But it’s important to remember that for now, the mask mandate is still in full effect and will be for the foreseeable future. Listen, we all know that working out in a mask isn’t fun, but thankfully, top brands like Lululemon and Under Armour have spent months creating innovative face masks made from breathable materials with thoughtful design details for optimum comfort. And now, there’s another performance brand getting into the face mask game: New Balance.
Today marks the launch of the New Balance Active Face Mask. The lightweight design features three layers of a cooling spandex-blended fabric with anti-chafe and moisture-wicking technology, ensuring that you’ll avoid any uncomfortable swamp face situation while you tackle your most grueling workouts. To deliver the ideal amount of comfort, the brand also went with an adjustable, double-strap construction and molded nose clip that provides a secure fit while preventing any ear irritation, so even if you’re attempting a set of Superman pushups, you know this bad boy will be locked in place. The structure makes for ample breathing room, while still covering the chin and mouth.
It is available in four sizes and retails for $25. Plus, it comes with a wearable carrying case, so you’ll never leave it behind. Though New Balance might seem late to the game, that only means they took their time to perfect the active face mask, and by golly, we think they’ve done it.
We suggest you jump on this launch before the new face mask sells out. Whether you’re biking outdoors or lifting at the gym, there are plenty of reasons why you should try out the New Balance Active Performance Face Mask today.
Stay tuned to this space as we test out the New Balance face mask and update you with a full review of the hot new release.
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