Wolves have become the first Premier League team to release its own branded face mask, which is available to pre-order online now.
All profits on the £8 masks go to NHS charities, making the masks an excellent way to thank front line workers during the fight against coronavirus, whilst showing support for Wolves.
Designed and produced by the Wolves China fashion team in Shanghai, where face marks are seen more regularly than in the Europe, the design won an award earlier this year.
Subsequently, the masks went on sale in China in April, and when a small batch was sent to the UK for use by the Wolves Foundation, many supporters requested that the masks were made available for purchase.
The initial batch sold out quickly with over 8,000 face masks snapped up in a matter of days since they went on sale on Friday 1st May, but the masks are now available on pre-order for delivery to supporters from the week commencing 8th June.
The face mask comes with one filter, and while replacements are not for sale via the Megastore they can be purchased elsewhere. The recommended use for a filter is one day, but it can be hand rinsed and re-used up to ten times.
General manager of commercial operations Vinny Clark said: “We are delighted to bring these face masks to market in the UK after a flurry of interest in them from supporters when our Foundation staff were pictured wearing them in April.
“The masks have already been a big hit in China with over 10,000 sold already, and after the initial batch sold in a matter of hours we are anticipating even greater demand over here.
“At a time when face masks are becoming more and more customary in the UK, we are really pleased to be able to offer our supporters a way of showing their colours while out and about, whilst also giving back to the NHS.”