The washable Uztzu Face Mask is made of 100% cotton with a double layer of front protection.
The internal cotton side remains in contact with the mucous membranes, while on the external layer, we apply a light and resistant layer of water-repellent plastic material to inhibit the crossing of the saliva micro-drops.
Suitable to be reused a multitude of times.
The mask measures 28cm (+ -0.5) in width.
100% Made in Italy.
It is not a medical device.
BY MULTIPLYING OUTFITS !
Every Uztzu t-shirt has 4 different styles incorporated into the unique patented design.
That's why we call our clothing "Metamorphic", changes with your mood.
Uztzu 4-in-1 Shirts don't have a front or back, don't have an inside or outside.
Simply choose the design you feel most in tune with and wear it.
Totally Hand-Made in Italy with High-Tech Repreve Recycled and Sustainable Fabric.
FOUR WAYS T-SHIRTS
The Four-Sleeve Shirt
Obsessed by designing streetwear which can morph with you.
This patented shirt has 4-Sleeves and is different from anything you've seen.
Let it change with you, if it's warm put it Short-Sleeve / if it's fresh turn it Long.
Totally Hand-Made in Italy.
Short-Sleeve to Long-Sleeve & Viceversa
“Two things fill the mind with ever new and increasing admiration and awe, the more often and steadily we reflect upon them: the starry heavens above me and the moral law within me. I do not seek or conjecture either of them as if they were veiled obscurities or extravagances beyond the horizon of my vision; i see them before me and connect them immediately with the consciousness of my existence. The former begins from the place i occupy in the external world of sense, and enlarges my connection therein to an unbounded extent with worlds upon worlds and systems of systems, and moreover into limitless times of their periodic motion, its beginning and continuance. The second begins from my invisible self, my personality, and exhibits me in a world which has true infinity, but which is traceable only by the understanding, and with which i discern that i am not in a merely contingent but in a universal and necessary connection.”