What's that saying about two birds with one stone?
Dedicated Big Bend fans have probably heard that dealing with trash and recycling is one of the major challenges facing the park over the long term. Now, over the short term, we have the challenge of keeping visitors, staff, and families safe from Covid-19 infections that could cause the park to close for quarantine again. These colorful, comfortable face covers are one little step toward both goals, and they help you support national parks and public lands at the same time!
Made in the USA from recycled plastic bottles, these face masks contain performance cooling fibers that absorb, wick, and evaporate moisture. Adjustable ear loops and an elastic binding on all edges make them adaptable to all adult face shapes and sizes and prevent fogging of glasses or goggles. They’re also handy to keep grit out of mouths and noses during those Big Bend dust storms.
As a bonus, the vendor donates a portion of proceeds to the Public Lands Alliance. BBNHA members will recognize the PLA logo from the back of your membership card—it’s the non-profit group that sponsors and organizes the reciprocal discount program that gets you a discount in many other public lands bookstores.
Adult size, approx. 8"x6"
87% polyester, 13% elastane