I’m fully vaccinated (hooray!) but still masking up in public places. As I’ve been out and about far more than last year, I’ve been hunting for the most breathable masks that still work, and these nice ones from Graf Lantz were at the top of Wirecutter’s list, so I bought some. So here’s my mini Graf Lantz mask review!
I really like the Graf Lantz masks I have! There are a ton of pros: The era loops are adjustable — there’s a nosebridge that’s adjustable — and you can buy PM 2.5 inserts that, as near as I can tell, don’t affect the comfort of the masks at all. They’re even made from organic cotton that’s OEKO-TEX certified, and they’re handmade in LA. I got two regular masks and a “petite” mask for my 9-year-old, but I could also wear that petite mask.
The only real con is that they’re a bit expensive, but compared to others I was considering (like Under Armour’s $30 sports mask), they’re not that bad.
Psst: If you bought some stretchy neck gaiters last year and now aren’t using them for much, AND you have curly hair, they’re my new favorite way to sleep and protect my curls. (The ones I use are “cooling” gaiters, like these.) So, so not sexy, but very easy and comfortable: I just scrunch the neck gaiter around my neck, flip my long, curly hair over, and roll the gaiter up so it’s like a headband and then stretch it out around my hair. It’s essentially a “pineapple,” but without sleeping in an elastic, which I find incredibly uncomfortable if it’s tight enough to hold my hair in place.
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