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Uniqlo to start selling breathable, fast-drying Airism masks

Uniqlo to start selling breathable, fast-drying Airism masks

25/5/2020 8:36:00 AM

Uniqlo to start selling breathable, fast-drying Airism masks

The company had previously been wary of making face masks, but a spokeswoman said it changed its mind after receiving many requests from customers ...

BookmarkJapanese casual clothing chain Uniqlo, owned by Fast Retailing, said it plans to sell face masks made of fabric used for its Airism underwear line in response to strong demand for protective gear for the coronavirus.The company had previously been wary of making face masks, but a spokeswoman said it changed its mind after receiving many requests from customers to make them.

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AdvertisementAdvertisementDetails on pricing and launch dates would be announced at a later date, she said on Monday (May 25).The Airism undergarments feature a specially-developed fabric known for a smooth, silky feel. The company says the fabric also keeps the wearer cool in the summer months by releasing moisture and heat.

(Photo: Uniqlo)Facial masks have been in short supply in Japan since the coronavirus epidemic swept the country, prompting businesses such as sportswear brand Mizuno Corp and smartphone screen maker Sharp Corp to start producing them.Advertisement(Reporting by Ritsuko Ando and Sakura Murakami; Editing by Raju Gopalakrishnan)

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Already open You mentioned that it’s a protective gear so please make sure the reuseable mask has got the adequate Bacterial Filtration Efficiency (BFE) that will keep bacterial and viral out or else it’s just a marketing stunt.

Japan’s Uniqlo to make masks using underwear fabricJapanese casual clothing chain Uniqlo , owned by Fast Retailing , said it plans to sell face masks made of fabric used for its Airism underwear line in response to strong demand for protective gear for the coronavirus. The company had previously been wary of making face masks, but a spokeswoman said

Coronavirus: Japan's Uniqlo to make masks using underwear fabricTOKYO (REUTERS) - Japanese casual clothing chain Uniqlo , owned by Fast Retailing, said it plans to sell face masks made of fabric used for its Airism underwear line in response to strong demand for protective gear for the coronavirus.. Read more at straitstimes.com. Wao Good for the perverts I suppose.

Japan’s Uniqlo to make masks using underwear fabricJapanese casual clothing chain Uniqlo , owned by Fast Retailing , said it plans to sell face masks made of fabric used for its Airism underwear line in response to strong demand for protective gear for the coronavirus. The company had previously been wary of making face masks, but a spokeswoman said

Coronavirus: Japan's Uniqlo to make masks using underwear fabricTOKYO (REUTERS) - Japanese casual clothing chain Uniqlo , owned by Fast Retailing, said it plans to sell face masks made of fabric used for its Airism underwear line in response to strong demand for protective gear for the coronavirus.. Read more at straitstimes.com. Wao Good for the perverts I suppose.

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