Wildlife Masks

Guided by its goal to design with purpose, JIM Weaver Designs enchants and inspires through original designs that resonates Filipino culture and heritage.

Keeping up with the situation and catering to the need of the public, the brand has created reversible and reusable face masks inspired by wildlife. This non-medical reusable face mask is designed for function and comfort with a three-layer construction consisting of a lightweight polyester fabric on the outer and inner layers and a water repellent washable filter in the middle. Its secure elastic ear straps can be adjusted to fit different face shapes and sizes. It is designed to fit over the top of your nose and below your chin for proper protection. There are enough designs to mix and match with every outfit in your closet!

Location covered: Metro Manila

Lead time: 1 to 3 working days. 

What's in the Box?


                                 

Philippine Eagle (Azure Blue) Mask

Philippine Eagle (Pale Oak) Mask

The Philippine Eagle or Haring Ibon is one of the biggest and strongest raptors in the world. Their preferred habitats include primary forests in the lowlands and at mid-elevation. Hunting and deforestation are the major threats to the survival of this majestic species. Extinction Risk Critically Endangered

Pawikan Mask

Sea turtles are a fundamental link in marine ecosystems. They help maintain the health of seagrass beds and coral reefs that benefit commercially valuable species. They face multiple threats caused by humans, such as bycatch in commercial fishing gear, illegal trade, consumption, and climate change. WWF works around the world to eliminate sea turtle bycatch from fisheries, reduce the unsustainable harvest and illegal trade in sea turtles, and stem the loss of critical sea turtle habitats.

Extinction Risk
Ranging from Endangered to Critically Endangered

                                 

Whale of a Time (Salmon and Blue) Mask

Whale of a Time (Blush and Sage) Mask

Whale sharks are the largest fish on Earth. The distribution of whale sharks indicates the presence of plankton and the overall health of our oceans. Demand for their meat, fins, and oil remains a threat to the species, particularly by unregulated fisheries. Major contemporary threats include fishing, accidental catches (bycatch), and boat strikes. WWF continues to work with different partners to learn more about the population, their habitat use, migratory pathways, and to ensure sustainable whale shark interaction practices.

Extinction Risk
Endangered

Tamaraw Mask

The Tamaraw is the world’s rarest and most endangered buffalo species endemic to the Philippine island of Mindoro. With a little over 500 left in the world, the remaining population continues to take several blows – ranging from incessant land clearing to illegal poaching. Through comprehensive multi-party conservation work, the Tamaraw population has been allowed to recover. Further funding, research, and institutional support is both urgent and vital in providing information necessary for the conservation of the remaining Tamaraws.

Extinction Risk
Critically Endangered

Tarsier No Evil Mask

Tarsiers are small primates that can be found only in the islands of Southeast Asia. They are arboreal, which means they are tree-living. Tarsiers face several threats, most notably habitat loss or degradation, with many tarsiers losing more than half of their original habitat. Some conservation efforts are underway for the various species, most notably the Philippine Tarsier.

Extinction Risk
Ranging from Near Threatened to Critically Endangered

Lion's Roar Mask

Lions are top predators in their environment. It means they play a crucial role in keeping a healthy balance of numbers among other animals. Powerful and majestic, the king of the beasts has no natural predators. But unthinkably, African lion numbers have plummeted by over 40% in the last three generations, due to loss of living space and conflict with people. By protecting a lion’s landscape, we’re helping the whole area to thrive, which doesn’t just benefit wildlife but the people who rely on local natural resources too.

Extinction Risk
Vulnerable

 

- 3-layers: Polyester outer and inner layer with a microfiber water repellent filter in between

- Adjustable ear straps made of stretchable fabric with adjustable knobs

- Reversible with two designs in one mask

- Sterilized and sealed in a reusable pouch with a free notecard and care instructions

- Hand wash, air to dry

- Size: ~8.5 x 6

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