Disney Cloth Face Masks – Preorder Now Available
Yesterday I covered some of the proposed guidelines and mandates that will govern the reopening of Walt Disney World when the time comes. While those proposals could potentially change, it is quite obvious that things won’t be the same for awhile.
Along the lines of “not the same” is the likelihood that the majority of Disney guests will be wearing face masks in the parks. Guests most likely won’t be required to wear them, however they will become widespread. While a plain old cloth mask will work, why not accesorize your Disney outfit with a character mask to match?
New Disney Face Masks Announced for a Good Cause
Disney has announced a whole line of cloth face masks themed to a variety of their brands. The masks come in three sizes and six styles includingwith Frozen, Pixar, Disney, Star Wars and Marvel all being represented. The price isn’t bad either with a set of 4 going for $19.99.
The best part is that Disney is doing this for charity through September. Here is how it works according to Disney:
Disney is donating one million cloth face masks for children and families in underserved and vulnerable communities across the U.S. that will be distributed by MedShare (www.medshare.org). Disney will also donate all profits from the sales in the U.S. of Disney’s cloth face masks to Medshare, up to $1 million, now through September 30, 2020.
Disney Face Masks – What Is Available?
Disney is offering six different varieties of cloth face masks broken into packs of four. Each pack of four Disney face masks shares a theme, but has four unique designs. Three sizes are available for each set with the size guide being found on the Disney website.
Here are the Disney cloth face mask varieties currently available for preorder from Shop Disney:
- Star Wars
- Mickey & Minnie Mouse
- Disney Princess & Frozen
- Character Faces – Wear the faces of Mickey Mouse, Winnie the Pooh, Stitch and Marie
Disney Cloth Face Masks – Bottom Line
I personally think these new Disney face masks are pretty cool plus it seems like they put some thought and effort in the design. They are attractive, don’t cost too much and through September the profits go to a good cause. Keep in mind these masks don’t come with filters, so understand what you are getting before placing a preorder.
Which design is your favorite? Share your thoughts below!
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