B2 Mask is designed with a flexible seal that eliminates or significantly reduces fogged glasses. If you are experiencing any fogging, you can try flipping the nose seal portion to achieve a tighter seal on the nose.
No, currently we have one adult size. If you need a different size mask, please click here to tell us!
B2 Filters remove 99.6 - 98.3% of airborne particles down to .1 micron at normal breathing rates. This includes common contaminants such as dust, biological aerosols, and smoke. Download our B2 Filter Technology Review to learn more about B2 Filter performance and third-party testing at the University of Minnesota.
Please see the Use & Care tab for when to change your filters, based on what you use them for.
B2 Mask is designed to comply with NIOSH N95 standards per 42 CFR Part 84, but it is not yet NIOSH or FDA-approved.
FDA-compliant TPU and Polypropylene
Body: 84% Nylon 16% Spandex, Binding: 92% Nylon 8% Spandex, Stabilizer and Strap: UBL 89% Nylon, 11% Spandex
Meltblown and Electrostatically-charged polypropylene
B2 Mask is currently only available in charcoal grey with a black overlay. Sign up for our newsletter at the bottom of the page to find out when additional colorways get released.
B2 Mask is very breathable for a respirator or face mask. However, it will not be as comfortable as wearing no mask at all. B2 Mask exceeds the recommended breathing resistance required by NIOSH for Filtering Facepiece Respirators. Light breathing (walking, desk work, driving) through B2 Mask will feel easier than heavy breathing (long flights of stairs, hard labor). If breathability is your top priority, consider purchasing B2 Filter Lite.
B2 Mask relies on a tight seal between the mask and the user's face, and a beard or other facial hair may interfere with this seal. Still, whether you have a beard or not, wearing a mask is better than no mask at all.
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