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Product description

Soft and breathable, light and windproof, it can keep warm and can also be used as decoration.

It can also be used as a mask decoration while protecting the face.

Anonymous V For vendetta, American flag, cool skull and other styles give you a different experience.

Material: Mesh Cloth
Weight: 40g
Size: 25*45 CM
Package:Opp Bag

Kindly Reminder:
The size of the product is manually measured, and there is an error of 1-2cm, which is normal.


Q:The product is very long and difficult to use

A: The product size is 45*25 CM.
If you think the bandana is too long, you can fold it and use it.

The length of the bandana is also convenient for customers to use as a scarf, which can better protect the body parts such as the mouth, nose and neck.

Q: I feel that the fabric feels very cheap

A: The material is mesh cloth, a kind of polyester.

But unlike ordinary polyester, the mesh fabric has a mesh design on the surface, which has better air permeability.

When wearing, it will not affect normal breathing.

At the same time, it can also protect the mouth and nose from dust and wind.

The mesh cloth can be washed and reused many times without being easily deformed.

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