Old Navy Just Released New Kids & Adult Face Masks in Dozens of Chic Designs

When Old Navy launched its line of reusable cloth face masks for the whole family in May, they sold out almost immediately. And unless you’ve been lucky enough to have sewing skills and spare breathable fabric lying around the house, you might be in the same boat as so many of us parents, still struggling to find enough good masks for our children and ourselves. How can we keep up with daily errands plus kids plus laundry rotation with but one mere mask on hand?

Well, in today’s (only??) good news, Old Navy has just now re-stocked all of its super comfy, stylish kids masks and adult masks, at rather incredible prices. And now there are dozens of new designs and sweet prints available. According to Old Navy, these masks also meet all of the Centers for Disease Control’s recommendations for non-medical face coverings in the fight to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

You can still get masks in the kind of preppy prints Old Navy has always used for its shorts and pajamas: plaids, checks, paisleys, anchors, tropical motifs, stripes, polka dots, and the occasional Warhol-esque banana. The brand’s June launch also includes a wider range of colors, heart prints, florals, and more. The kids masks and adult masks are sold in packs of five for $12.50 or three for $7.50.

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Image: Old Navy.

All the masks are three-ply 100 percent cotton, with elastic over-ear straps. They’re engineered for comfort, so you can hopefully convince your kids to actually keep them on. What kid wouldn’t want to go out covered in anchors anyway?

Old Navy kids mask

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A version of this story was originally published in May 2020.

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