- Protective particle-resistant outer layer
- Polyester fiber middle layer for particle filtration
- Ultra-soft & breathable combed-cotton inner layer
- Adjustable ear loops for fit and comfort
- Flexible nose clip for the perfect seal
- Pleated to fit chin
This mask displays a traditional Tlingit Kustaka design by Alaska Native Artist Nick Alan Foote. Kushtaka is a mythological shape-shifting creature from folklore in Southeast Alaska and nearby regions of Canada. 'Kushtaka' translates into 'Land Otter Man' and is seen to be similar to Big Foot.
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Orders are typically sent out the following business day. To ensure damage-free shipment, I personally package orders with a backing board along with a protective clear-fitted cellophane sleeve and ship them out from my small art studio here in Seattle.
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Nick Alan Foote is a Native American artist who specializes in traditional Tlingit formline design. He was born in Ketchikan, Alaska and grew up with a strong connection to the land and to his Alaska Native culture. Living in the Pacific Northwest, he’s constantly inspired by the scenic wilderness around him.