Serpents Of Pakhangba Logo Mask (Black)

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  • Serpents Of Pakhangba Logo Mask (Black)
  • Serpents Of Pakhangba Logo Mask (Black)
  • Serpents Of Pakhangba Logo Mask (Black)
  • Serpents Of Pakhangba Logo Mask (Black)
  • Serpents Of Pakhangba Logo Mask (Black)

Redwolf Face Mask

The artwork will be printed on our premium triple layered 100% Bio Washed Cotton Redwolf Face Masks. These masks are reusable after washing and come with an elastic ear loop for a comfortable custom fit.

This product is made to order and is typically processed in 2-3 working days. Your entire order will ship out together.
Since this product is printed on demand especially for you, it is not eligible for cancellations and returns. Read our Return Policy.

  • Rs. 249.00  (Incl. of GST)

   
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Serpents Of Pakhangba Logo Mask (Black)

This non-medical/surgical face mask is made from 100% cotton material with 3-ply layers -

  • Layer 1: 180gsm Cotton (Biowashed)
  • Layer 2: Meltblown Filter (Helps filter microbes and dust particles. Splash resistant.)
  • Layer 3: 180gsm Cotton (Biowashed)

The mask comes with a comfortable Elastic Ear Loop for a better fit for all face sizes.

This mask is reusable after wash. However, it is important to follow the recommended washing and handling instructions. As masks fall under essential items, they will be shipped within 2-3 days. You don't have to wait for the lockdown to end.

100% Cotton Digitally Printed Serpents Of Pakhangba Logo Mask

Serpents Of Pakhangba

Serpents of Pakhangba is a theatrical Avant-Prog/Neo-folk band, conceptualized and formed by Multi-Instrumentalist/Composer Vishal J. Singh (of Worldwide known Multi-national Avant-Prog band Amogh Symphony fame) and seasoned Bassist Manas Chowdhary (SEL, Papon, Trilok Gurtu). With Vocalist Aruna Jade's shapeshifting vocals and Fidel Dely Murillo's thunderous yet dynamic drumming, their music is an amalgamation of multi-genre switching, on-stage improvisation, neo-folk story-telling, spirituality, mysticism and non-traditional instrumentation.

 

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Serpents Of Pakhangba Logo Mask (Black)

This non-medical/surgical face mask is made from 100% cotton material with 3-ply layers -

  • Layer 1: 180gsm Cotton (Biowashed)
  • Layer 2: Meltblown Filter (Helps filter microbes and dust particles. Splash resistant.)
  • Layer 3: 180gsm Cotton (Biowashed)

The mask comes with a comfortable Elastic Ear Loop for a better fit for all face sizes.

This mask is reusable after wash. However, it is important to follow the recommended washing and handling instructions. As masks fall under essential items, they will be shipped within 2-3 days. You don't have to wait for the lockdown to end.

100% Cotton Digitally Printed Serpents Of Pakhangba Logo Mask

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About the Artist

Serpents Of Pakhangba

Serpents of Pakhangba is a theatrical Avant-Prog/Neo-folk band, conceptualized and formed by Multi-Instrumentalist/Composer Vishal J. Singh (of Worldwide known Multi-national Avant-Prog band Amogh Symphony fame) and seasoned Bassist Manas Chowdhary (SEL, Papon, Trilok Gurtu). With Vocalist Aruna Jade's shapeshifting vocals and Fidel Dely Murillo's thunderous yet dynamic drumming, their music is an amalgamation of multi-genre switching, on-stage improvisation, neo-folk story-telling, spirituality, mysticism and non-traditional instrumentation.

 

Link: https://linktr.ee/serpentsofpakhangba

View other designs by Serpents Of Pakhangba

Product Information

Specifications
3 Layer Protection & Elastic Ear Loop
Fabric
100% Cotton, 3 ply
Colour
Black Fabric & Tipping
Size
19cm x 10cm (7.5" x 4.5")
Manufactured and Sold by
Red Wolf Apparel LLP
311, Udyog Mandir no. 1
7C, Pitamber lane, Mahim west
Mumbai 400016
Contact: [email protected]
Country of Origin
India

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