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THE VICTORY MASK
THE VICTORY MASK PRE-ORDER SHIPPING SCHEDULE
We are excited to share that we have shipped the first wave of Victory Masks to hospitals and healthcare workers on the frontlines. We also began shipping thousands of masks to our customers last week and are on track to beat all of our original shipping timelines. We are working tirelessly to get these masks out to you as soon as possible - we know how important these masks are to you and your family and we will keep doing everything we can to beat all shipping timelines.
*We are on track to beat these original timelines. You will receive an email with tracking information once your order has shipped.
Thank you to all our heathcare workers on the frontlines!
About The Victory Mask
How Can I purchase one?
What is it made of?
Double Layer Face Mask
Inside Fabric: Organic Cotton in its natural state (not dyed)
Outside Fabric: ATB-UV+ Antibacterial / Quick Absorption / Fast Drying Polyester
Why can't I return this item?
I DOn't Need a Pack of 5, Can I just buy one?
Where is it made?
While we normally produce performance polos, Q-Zip pullovers, and hats, we have decided to shift our production to make protective cloth face masks for our country at cost. We have also decided to forego all profit on these masks and make them available for pre-order on our website for anyone who needs them in addition to donating our first batch to healthcare workers on the front-line across the country.
We have developed these face masks with our manufacturing partners based in South Korea who are experts in making protective face masks with years of experience wearing them and have the capability to manufacture at scale so we can help as many Americans as possible. These masks are currently being made in South Korea and we are fulfilling all orders on an ongoing basis at our warehouse here in Charlottesville, VA.
We have been fortunate enough to keep our entire team on staff during this crisis - and are seeking additional volunteers from the community in Charlottesville to get as many of these into the hands of the public as quickly as possible to hopefully help slow the spread of COVID-19 - especially when everyone begins to return to work when the economy is reopened.