Handmade of vegetable tanned cowhide
Wet-formed, handstitched with cold cast metal fittings
This mask has an embossed geometrical pattern
The red mask has the resin parts held on with screws rather than stitching
This early version has extra stitching on it
Gasp! Who knew steam engines were capable of producing such foul and wretched air? Give me a horse any day. These leather masks with resin faux metal fittings won't protect you against toxic air, but they will make you look cool. Hand shaped and stitched, every part except for the buckles are designed and fabricated by me.
Both eyepieces can be looked through, although not at the same object. Ventilation holes in the respirator allow for easy breathing. Five straps and steel buckles are all adjustable for size. This mask fits over eyeglasses.
The mask is put on by placing the bottom over the chin and then pulling the top three straps up and over the head. Lastly the two bottom straps are buckled.
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