EVOLVETOGETHER PARIS - 7 NAVY FACE MASKS

$18.00
SKU: P14472S
  • everyday health. breathe happy.

    Meet Paris, our navy disposable everyday mask that’s a true blue friend to orcas — each mask helps One Tree Planted restore waterside forests in the Pacific Northwest to protect migrating orcas.

    what you get

    • 7 navy disposable face masks (Paris)
    • 1 sustainable mask keepers for on-the-go storage

    why you’ll love it

    • Superior filtration: >98% BFE, 98% VFE, and >95% PFE keep out bacteria, viruses, allergens, and pollution
    • Certified Type IIR
    • Proven protection: SGS and Nelson tested
    • Super comfy: ultra lightweight and highly breathable
    • Minimal, easy-to-wear style with an everyday fit

    made with

    • 3-ply technology: water-resistant exterior, meltblown filter, moisture-absorbing interior
    • Hypoallergenic and latex-free materials
    • Adjustable, hidden nose bridge for a secure fit
    • Soft, no-tug ear loops

    doing good

    • Made in a socially responsible and sterile FDA-registered factory
    • No-box packaging: 100% biodegradable and reusable pouch printed with soy ink

    global coordinates

    The numbers on these masks are the global coordinates of Paris’ Notre-Dame — a reminder that we’re all connected no matter our gender, religion, race, or where we live.

    Built in the 12th century and known for its pioneering architecture, Notre-Dame is one of Paris’ most iconic sites — and has become a symbol of human resilience after a catastrophic fire nearly destroyed the cathedral in 2019.

    other details

    • 6.89in x 3.74in / 17.5cm x 9.5cm
    • Inside the layers: 1 navy non-woven water-resistant outer layer, 1 black meltblown filter, 1 white non-woven moisture-absorbing inner layer
    • Breathability: Differential Pressure <60 (Pa/cm2) (Airflow 8 l/min)
    • Splash Resistance: ≥16kPa (120 mmHg)
    • Due to the nature of this product, all sales are final and cannot be exchanged
    • These face masks are not substitutes for procedural masks in a clinical setting