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30/7/2020, · ,Fanatics,, the popular online sports merchandise retailer, is selling team-specific officially licensed ,face masks, for teams across the MLS, ,NBA,, NFL, NHL, and WNBA. The ,face masks, come in a variety of sizes and styles, and range in price from $14.99 to $24.99.
The league announced Friday that it has teamed up with ,Fanatics, to launch a line of cloth ,face, coverings, featuring league logos and designs for all 30 ,NBA, and 12 WNBA teams. The ,face masks, are available on NBAStore.com and WNBAStore.com in packs of three for $24.99 or individually at $14.99.
Demand for masks has soared, with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention saying wearing face coverings in public could help check the spread of novel coronavirus infections. NBA face mask In partnership with merchandiser Fanatics, the National Basketball Association and Women’s National Basketball Association have debuted face masks emblazoned with the logos of the NBA’s 30 teams …
Fanatics, just launched a collection of 100% cotton, team-branded ,face masks,. All proceeds go to a good cause. Back in March, the CEO of sports merchandiser ,Fanatics,, Michael Rubin (who also happens to be co-owner of the Philadelphia 76ers and the New Jersey Devils), reached out to MLB commissioner Rob Manfred with an idea to repurpose jersey materials for gowns and ,face masks,.