Mission Gaiters

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Mission Gaiters are royal blue face and neck coverings that have been designed to protect you from outdoor elements like dirt, debris, and the sun's ultraviolet rays. These athletic-looking face coverings may also protect you from germs, such as those used to transmit the Coronavirus. Plus, when you add water to this type of facial covering and then expose yourself to the open air, it's stated that this combination of air and water will cause your body to cool down.

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Total Cost Breakdown

The cost of Mission Gaiters is $19.99 plus $6.99 shipping for a total price of $26.98.

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How to Use (Step by Step)

  1. Add Water (optional)

    Before you put one of these garments on, you'll have the option of dampening it with cold water from your sink or your garden hose first. This will help cool you down on a warm or hot day, but if it's not very hot outside, you may want to pass this particular step by. After you dampen your garment, remember to wring it out so it doesn't dribble droplets of water through your own home or a public place.

  2. Put on Garment

    Once your garment has been wrung out (if necessary) and is ready to go, pull it over your head so it's hanging around your neck. If you're going to be wearing it the traditional way, you'll need to pull the top edge up over your chin, mouth, and nose at this point. However, this garment can also be worn around the neck only, or used as a headband or a hat. Due to the fact that it's made of the type of stretchy performance fabric that's common among athletic garments, it should fit fairly snugly without feeling uncomfortably tight.

  3. Go About Daily Activities

    When you're wearing your garment in a way that suits your preferences, you can head off to your usual outdoor activities, such as sports, yard work, or games with children or grandchildren. If you wet your garment in the beginning, it'll cool your body down by up to 30 degrees Fahrenheit, but this effect will expire in about two hours, and you'll need to wet it again.

  4. Remove Garment and Wash

    After you've worn your face covering for a few hours or a day, it should be washed before you wear it again. If you've got a washing machine, you can simply pull the garment off your head and toss it in there, although it can also be washed by hand with soap and water. It's best to hang it to air-dry instead of tumble-drying it, though, since there's a chance it could shrink in the dryer.

How It Works

As alluded to above, covering your mouth and nose with a Mission Gaiters garment will help prevent things like germs and dirt from gaining access to most of your face. This may also help prevent you from passing germs onto others, via your own mouth and nose. That's not all that one of these facial coverings will do, though—unlike other facial coverings that are commonly worn, such as non-medical fabric masks, this type will protect you from the sun's ultraviolet rays. It offers a protection level of up to 50 UPF, which means that as little as two percent of the UV rays the sun gives off will be able to get through the fabric. Therefore, while your garment is keeping you clean and cool, it'll be reducing your risk of developing skin cancer, too.


  • Sets of Various Sizes

    If you'd like to, you'll be able to get just one of these garments at once, but they're also available in sets of two, three, four, five, seven and 10. Sets of two may be ideal for a couple or a pair of roommates, while a family with multiple members may be better off with one of the larger sets. Even if you're a single person, you might choose to get a set of more than one facial covering, so you don't have to wash the same one as frequently as you would otherwise.

  • Royal Blue

    Each facial covering comes in a shade of royal blue, a color that tends to appeal to people of a wide variety of ages and genders. There's a small white logo on one edge of each garment, but it isn't so visible that it'll become an eyesore.

  • Reusable

    Unlike disposable face masks, Mission Gaiters facial coverings can be used over and over again, although each one should be washed between uses. Their performance fabric is meant to stand up to a certain amount of wear and tear, which means that your covering(s) may last you for years, even when worn frequently.

  • Chemical Free

    These facial coverings do their job without the use of chemicals, so you won't have to be concerned that you're exposing your skin to harsh chemicals while you wear one. You also won't end up with any sort of skin rash that exposure to certain chemicals can cause. As a result, people who aren't thrilled about the chemicals commonly found in sunscreen may decide to use these garments to protect the skin on their faces instead.

Positive Points

  • For People of All Ages

    People of all ages, including children, will be able to wear Mission Gaiters. Their flexible fabric will stretch to fit over and around almost anyone's head, and then it'll flex back, in order to provide the user with a fit that's gentle without being incredibly loose. The only age groups that shouldn't be making use of these garments are toddlers and babies, who are typically considered too young for facial coverings in general.

  • Doesn't Look Medical

    If you'd like to protect your mouth and nose, but you don't want to wear a face mask that'll give off any kind of medical vibe, this garment is an ideal choice. It'll protect you from germs in the same way that a fabric face mask would, but to people who see you in public, it'll look like more of an athletic garment than a health-related one. This may be especially important to competitive athletes who want to protect themselves, but certainly don't want to look sick.


  • Don't Cover Eyes

    Your Mission Gaiters garment can be worn in a wide variety of ways, but it should never be used to cover your eyes, even if you're just standing in your yard. If any children under your care are going to be using one, you must instruct them not to cover their eyes with it, either. A child may not realize that doing so will almost completely cut off their vision and remove their ability to see obstacles in their environment.

Save Money

To protect your mouth and nose, you could get a bunch of disposable face masks and go through up to seven in a seven-day week. On the other hand, you could choose to get a Mission Gaiters facial covering and use it as a mask, a hat, and a bandanna for up to several consecutive years.

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Do not buy Mission Gaiters online before searching Amazon.
- Alternatives or the same items are always available and sometimes at lower prices.


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