Rosie The Riveter Face Mask
From World War II call to arms to modern-day feminist icon. Rosie originally was used to represent the women working in American factories during the Second World War - the image in this pattern was created by J. Howard Miller as a poster for the Westinghouse War Production Coordinating Committee.
Nb. this product is ideal for both men and women and is designed for personal use for respiratory protection in public places, public transport, shops, and any other busy places. Our face masks are not medical grade or a full PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) mask. Due to the hygienic nature of these products, we will not be able to accept any returns for refund or exchange unless the product is faulty.