Traditional gas masks tend to be large, intrusive and poorly designed in order for air to be filtered adequately, but the 'Espire' mask reinvents that design.
The masks were designed by Carlos Schreib, who saw a problem with the clunky creations that are currently offered on the market. He decided that turning the functionality of gas masks upside down would be ideal for creating slimmer and more comfortable air-filtering devices. As a result, the Espire mask allows air to flow from the top where it is filtered and sent into the mask and is then inhaled and exhaled out of the bottom of the mask.
The Espire is perfect for people who are looking for more comfortable and less obtrusive gas masks that still get the job done.
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