New travel masks released by Airportag sure to attract attention

Some are about being fashionable, but most are about being funny.
Some are about being fashionable, but most are about being funny. Photo credit: Airportag

As we slowly begin to travel again, wearing face masks is something we are going to be doing a lot more of over the coming months.

Whether it's enforced or out of politeness, masks may just become as essential as a passport and a boarding pass.

An online store based in the United States has released a range of themed face masks so travellers can express a bit of their personality at the same time as protecting themselves and others.

Airportag  usually sells travel themed items such as luggage tags and passport covers, but recently decided to add COVID-19 masks to its product range.

"Surrounding ourselves with travel mementos allows us to keep inspired for the next adventure, and they are also excellent conversation starters," the company's website says.

Here's a few masks that caught our attention at Newshub.

Designed to be tongue-in-cheek, this one may attract unwanted attention:

New travel masks released by Airportag sure to attract attention
Photo credit: Airportag

Referring to sleeping in cramped economy-class seats, this mask could also attract unwanted attention:

New travel masks released by Airportag sure to attract attention
Photo credit: Airportag

There's custom made masks too:

New travel masks released by Airportag sure to attract attention
Photo credit: Airportag

If you're sleeping wearing this, then hopefully this means your snoring is under control too:

New travel masks released by Airportag sure to attract attention
Photo credit: Airportag

For plane geeks like me:

New travel masks released by Airportag sure to attract attention
Photo credit: Airportag

For wine lovers, also like me:

New travel masks released by Airportag sure to attract attention
Photo credit: Airportag

Five years ago the team decided to design and market their own bespoke travel items, and has since become the largest online retailer of travel and aviation gifts.

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