You Can Now Preorder Cloth Face Masks With Disney, Marvel, 'Star Wars,' and Pixar Characters (Video)
Disney just released cloth face masks featuring Mickey Mouse, the Hulk, Baby Yoda, and more.
This week, Disney unveiled their newest product line: cloth face masks. Since the CDC recently recommended that everyone wear cloth masks in public to slow the spread of COVID-19, clothing brands have sprung into action to create face coverings. Now, you can preorder nonsurgical cloth masks featuring your favorite Disney, Marvel, Star Wars, and Pixar characters on shopDisney.com.
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In a post on the Disney Parks blog, Edward Park, senior vice president of Disney store and shopDisney, was quoted, saying, “We realize this is a challenging time for families and wearing any type of mask can be daunting. Our hope is that Disney’s cloth face masks featuring some of our most beloved characters will provide comfort to the families, fans, and communities that are so important to us.”
The cloth masks retail for $20 for a four-pack on the shopDisney website. They feature a variety of patterns and colors that Disney lovers of all ages will appreciate, plus they come in three sizes, so you can find the perfect fit for your face. The Pixar set displays designs of Mike Wazowski from Monsters, Inc. and other beloved Pixar characters. Meanwhile, the Marvel masks include superhero-inspired patterns and a mask that will transform you into the Hulk. The Disney faces masks are sure to be a crowd-favorite: Give yourself a makeover with a mask that changes your nose and mouth to that of Pooh, Stitch, Marie from “The Aristocats,” and, of course, Mickey Mouse.
The Disney princess and Frozen masks featuring pink, purple, and blue patterns are perfect for the fairy-tale lovers in your life. Star Wars fans will fall for the Baby Yoda and R2D2 masks, and those who love the classic Mickey Mouse aesthetic will want the Mickey and Minnie Mouse pack.
Disney will also donate one million cloth masks to people in underserved areas across the United States. Additionally, all profits from the U.S. sales of Disney’s cloth masks through September 30, 2020, up to $1 million, will be donated to MedShare, a nonprofit that distributes surplus medical supplies to hospitals and healthcare facilities in need. The Walt Disney Company has already given almost $5 million in-kind donations for people around the world since the onset of the crisis.