Health Fun, Fashionable Protective Masks for Exercising

Fun, Fashionable Protective Masks for Exercising

-

- Advertisment -sslate

With the recent spike in Covid cases in Australia and the impending possibility of masks being made compulsory nation-wide, many exercise fanatics and sports professionals are asking how they can stay safe while exercising and still breath freely.

Fortunately, true to the creative nature of the company, Sexy Socks foresaw the need for something comfortable, breathable, washable and reusable, and has launched a fun, bright range of Active Snoods and protective scarves to fulfill that need.

Buxton Hanley

“When Covid hit our shores and started wrecking havoc in early March, we looked at our business and asked ourselves what we could do,”

said Dave Hutchison, founder and CEO of Sexy Socks.

“The first answer was fabric face masks. Our production of seamstresses in underprivileged areas in Cape Town all worked from home so could continue production throughout lockdown, and so we got going immediately. The masks were an instant hit, and the work proved to be a vital economic lifeline for all of our seamstresses.”

As South Africa’s lockdown restrictions were eased, and South Africans were allowed to exercise again, it became clear that masks and exercise weren’t meant for each other. And so the company switched its focus to Active Snoods. They are made from single layer high wicking fabric, and are much easier to breathe through when racing up a hill, jogging in the park, and working out in public.

Buxton Hanley

“As with all of our masks, a portion of the proceeds is used to sponsor masks for those in need. To date, we have given out almost 2 000 masks to those in vulnerable communities in the Western Cape”

says Hutchison.

The protective scarf for face and neck has been specifically designed for exercise and can be folded into a double or triple layer to suit your comfort and protection requirements.

“For those who find masks uncomfortable or akward, Active Snoods will provide a comfortable, trendy way to conform to the ever increasing mask wearing rules and recommnedations being put in place across Australia”

, says Caryn Hanley, Commercial Director at Buxton Hanley.

Buxton Hanley

“The fact that buying Snoods from sexy Socks means peopl in need will get masks too, is an added bonus, and one of the things we love most about Dave and his team.”

They will be available in 4 patterns and 6 plain colours, and will be distributed exclusively through Buxton Hanley.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Latest news

Soul Singer Amy Steele Releases New Music “Slow Up” Cover

Amy says ‘Slow Up’ is a track to remind us to stay positive and not to let the perception of the world change us or harden us.

‘Anti-Riot’ Bill May Be Dead on Arrival in FL Senate, Advances in House

A controversial anti-rioting bill championed by Gov. Ron DeSantis is moving quickly toward passage in the House, but is likely to stall in the Senate.

15 Ways To Put A Spring In Your Step This Season

Here's 15 ways that you can put a spring into your step as we look forward to a new era of hope and beginnings.

Alexander Taylor’s “Dreamcatcher” Original Score to be Released

Alexander Taylor's score to the upcoming horror film, Dreamcatcher is getting released digitally on Friday, March 5th by 1984 Publishing. The album consists of 28 original tracks.
- Advertisement -

Author to Rip the Price Tag Off His New Book for 3 Days at Amazon So More Can Discover the Power of Imaginative Thinking

A just-published book that pulls back the curtain on the mysteries of powerful, imaginative thinking as a path to genuine success in life

Exciting Updates for Bluehost Fans

The team at Bluehost has been working on a lot of exciting initiatives. We’d like to take you behind the scenes to share what’s new and what’s coming later in the year!
- Advertisement -Circuit City

Must read

Soul Singer Amy Steele Releases New Music “Slow Up” Cover

Amy says ‘Slow Up’ is a track to remind us to stay positive and not to let the perception of the world change us or harden us.

‘Anti-Riot’ Bill May Be Dead on Arrival in FL Senate, Advances in House

A controversial anti-rioting bill championed by Gov. Ron DeSantis is moving quickly toward passage in the House, but is likely to stall in the Senate.
- Advertisement - sslate

You might also likeRELATED
Recommended to you