Banana Republic's face masks sold out within minutes—but they're finally back in stock
This article originally appeared on people.com by Christina Butan.
If you weren’t able to grab a face mask from Banana Republic a few weeks ago, that’s because they went out of stock almost immediately. But now, the retailer’s soft and stretchy face masks are back and ready to get added to your cart.
Banana Republic is one of the latest brands to launch cloth face masks since the CDC recommended that Americans wear them in a collective effort to slow the spread of coronavirus. The microfiber masks feature cloth ear straps and metal nose wire and are designed to fit snugly over your face. For every mask purchased, the company will donate $10 to Feeding America’s COVID-19 response fund.
Banana Republic Microfiber Face Mask
Banana Republic’s sister brand Athleta is also selling five masks—you can grab a pack of five for $30. (They’re currently backordered and expected to ship by the end of the month.) Gap also created face masks, but they’re currently sold out.
5-Pack Non-Medical Face Masks
Considering they sold out so fast the first time, Banana Republic’s face masks will likely sell out again—so make sure to add one to your cart before it’s too late!
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