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Chef Works introduces reversible face coverings

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May '20
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Chef Works has introduced Skild Series face coverings. The company collaborated with international hospitality leaders to create masks that, it says, are comfortable, versatile and stylish. The company says of the many features that make the Skild Series face coverings different from others in the market is that these are reversible and reusable.

Where others flooded the market with all sorts of questionable “masks,” Chef Works says it practiced meticulous patience and painstaking due diligence to make sure it created the face coverings the industry needed, deserved and would stand the test of time.

Of the many features that make the SKILD Series face coverings standout against other variations on the market is that they are reversible and reusable. The ability to buy a pack of six and wash them daily after use is a preventative boost for sanitation, efficiency and practicality.

“Of all the products we have launched over the last 25 years, I don’t think any have been as important as the SKILD Series,” said CEO Neil Gross. “The landscape has been altered dramatically over the last two months and the SKILD Series is going to help alleviate uncertainty across all industries.”

The FC1 and FC3 are the first of several more designs that are in pre-production and will be made available soon. Both are reversible, breathable, lightweight and available in three different colours. Each also has soft elastic bands and an adjustable toggle to create the perfect fit.

Where they differ is in their construction. The FC1 features a contoured design that rests “off of the face” thanks to its innovative T-wire construction. The FC3’s pleated, accordion design allows for minimal or maximum face coverage – depending on what the user is comfortable with.

“Thanks to our robust global supply chain, we continue to procure the same high-end, innovative fabrics we use on all of our products so we know the SKILD Series will be durable, comfortable and reliable,” said Enrique Perez, vice president of supply chain and operations for Chef Works. “As we move into this new era, confidence will be key in all industries. We wanted to make sure the SKILD Series wasn’t just stylish, but also well-constructed so you have the tools you need to be successful.”

While neither the FC1 nor the FC3 are medical-grade, the Centre for Disease Control has advised that a face covering can help slow the spread of viruses and prevent people who might not know they are unwell from transmitting.

Fibre2Fashion News Desk (SV)


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