Who would’ve thought several years later we’d still have to be prepped for a pandemic? Ministry of Supply conveniently has you covered with a tech-designed mask that’s as effective as it is wearable.
This 3D Print-Knit Maskº 2.0 review will cover how the mask wears, what I really like about it, mask details and other masks I recommend.
Let’s get started.
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Ministry of Supply Face Mask Review
The Ministry of Supply 3D Print-Knit Maskº 2.0, as the name suggests is 3D printed with moisture wicking yarn and is MIT recommended.
Whether you’re team mask up or would rather not, there’s no denying that these pandemic staples are here to stay and actually do provide protection. The 3D Print-Knit Mask is made with comfort and function in mind. But how does the mask wear? Let’s find out.
How Does The Mask Wear?
Let’s face it, most masks are a pain in the butt to wear. Thankfully the 3D Print-Knit Maskº isn’t most masks. It’s designed with smooth ear loops that aren’t going to irritate the back of your ears after prolonged wear. It also features an adjustable nose bridge much like disposable medical masks.
I personally think the MoS masks are well-designed. It’s ergonomically cut in the form of an actual human face and so it’s not just a piece of cloth covering like many other masks seem to be.
Additionally they come in 3 different sizes of small, standard and large, to fit a wider range of face shapes which is always nice.
There’s also a slot on the inside where you can place filters that help to provide additional protection. Not quite N95 respirator level of protection, but more protection nonetheless.
What I Really Like About The Mask
There are a handful of things that I like about the 3D Print-Knit Maskº 2.0.
- Sustainably made in California, USA
- The mask is ergonomically constructed for a human face.
- Has a pocket for disposable filters increasing its effectiveness.
- Comes in 3 sizes of small, standard and large.
- Stylish and comfortable design
3D Print-Knit Maskº 2.0 Details
My Size: XS (I’m 5’6″, 135lbs for reference)
- Lightweight, moisture-wicking & reusable
- Adjustable nose bridge
- 72% Viscose, 28% PBT Polyester
- 50% reduction in weight from previous generation
- Nimbly Made by Andari in California, USA
- Built for use with Nelson Labs rated filters (sold separately), tested to provide ≥ 95% Bacterial Filtration Efficiency (BFE ≥ 95%)
How To Care For It
- Machine wash hot, lay flat to dry
- Thoroughly wash hands before and after handling
- Discard filter before washing
Similar Products I Recommend
Check out these similar products that I recommend.
Before You Leave
Check out some of the other Ministry of Supply products I’ve reviewed.
- Ministry of Supply Aero Zero Dress Shirt – $128
- Ministry of Supply Kinetic Pant – $148
- Ministry of Supply Apollo Polo – $88
- Ministry of Supply Chroma Denim – $148
- Ministry of Supply Responsive Tee – $38
- Ministry of Supply Merino Active Tee – $58
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