Sam & Nala, "Hang Ten" Cotton Face Mask

Even if you don’t surf, this beautiful two-tone blue fabric (set off with black and cream accents) will have you dreaming of blue oceans and deep seas. 

This fabric was woven in Sololá, which is located on a mountainside overlooking Lake Atitlán. Almost all of the residents of Sololá are Kaqchikel Maya. Sololá has always been an important location due to its position directly on trade routes between the tierra caliente (hot lands of the Pacific Slope) and tierra fría (the chilly highlands). 

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These richly colored face masks begin their journey as new fabric hand woven by members of a women’s cooperative in the Guatemalan highlands. We work with these artisan weavers to bring their art and rich imagery to the fabrics we use. Custom fabrics are then sent on to a small family-run sewing shop outside Chichicastenango, Guatemala, where they cut, fold and sew to transform the material into a vivid, functional mask for you to wear. By setting their own wages and prices, weavers and sewers have the opportunity to express their creativity while carrying on the tradition of weaving and earning a fair wage.


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