Rooster Mask - Inkkas - Global Footwear



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Rooster Mask

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Our Rooster print is inspired to by the national animal of Sri Lanka, the Ceylon junglefowl and it’s already become a customer favorite. The Ceylong junglefowl is most common inKitulgala, Yala and Sinharaja, but this print belongs everywhere.

This special collaboration with Subzero Masks is a buy one give one. With each purchase Inkkas will donate one mask to Model Citizen Fund. Model Citizen Fund is a non-profit organization that provides a platform where people can see a true and immediate cause and effect by donating backpacks with over 100 essential items inside to people in need around the world.

All Subzero Masks are premium filtered masks with two layers of filter media, sewn into the middle of the mask: a carbon filter for odors, some ozone and VOC’s; and highly efficient class particle filter for protecting from inhaled microscopic particles including dust, pollen, shavings, mold, biologics, germs, and contaminants in poor air quality.

These masks are 100% cotton, washable (hand wash only) & re-usable, made in the USA, and not for medical use. Please allow 7-10 days business days to ship. 

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Giving Back

One shoe at a time

As a company, Inkkas is founded on the principles of fair trade and global philanthropy. Our products are crafted with respect for the environment and the people who make them. As a part of the OneShoeOneTree project and in partnership with Trees For The Future, Inkkas plants one tree for every shoe purchase. Inkkas is helping reforest the world and develop sustainable agricultural infrastructure for communities around the globe. Our goal is to leave this world better than we found it.

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    I’ve purchased several masks from different companies. These were by far the most expensive while also managing to be completely unusable. The mask surface is quite small, so it provides limited coverage. It also has no contouring, so there are huge gaps everywhere. It essentially lets in all the outside air unfiltered. If it did contour, though, it’d be even less useful as the screen printing on the front stops all airflow completely. I’m generally a big Inkkas fan (at least 10 pair of shoes/boots and a few accessories), but these were a huge disappointment. I bought 2, so I wasted $60. I won’t even donate the one I didn’t try on because I wouldn’t want to do that to a frontline worker.