Making the masked world accessible, one clear mask at a time.

Scroll through our directory of vendors making transparent face coverings.

 

We've curated a variety of businesses offering see-through face coverings. Fine tune your search with filters below and click through the company name to order directly from the vendor! We thank you for your part in making the pandemic era accessible.

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ADCO

Sold by a 70+ year old company that is a service disabled veteran owned small business.

Style

Ear loop

Material

Reusable

Amount

Single & multi

+ Other

Child size, + Anti-fog

Humanity Shield

Made in an Alaskan town—accessed only by plane—especially hit hard from a lack of tourism due to COVID-19.

Style

Face shield

Material

Reusable

Amount

Bulk

+ Other

Child size

Rafi Nova

Featuring a mask by deaf actress Millicent Simmonds with proceeds to Deaf Women of Color + Texas Hands and Voices.

Style

Tie-back, Ear loop

Material

Reusable

Amount

Single & multi

+ Other

Child size, + Anti-fog

Safe'N'Clear

FDA-cleared | Created after experiencing difficulty communicating with only solid face masks during surgery.

Style

Ear loop

Material

Disposable

Amount

Bulk

+ Other

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WINDOWMASK

Featuring a custom made colorful woven mask with proceeds going to National Black Deaf Advocates.

Style

Ear loop

Material

Reusable

Amount

Single & multi, Bulk

+ Other

Child size

ClearMask™

FDA-cleared | Developed by a team of Johns Hopkins University graduate students & alumni.

Style

Tie-back, Specialty

Material

Disposable

Amount

Bulk

+ Other

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Leah Keane

Made by a deaf crafter based in the United Kingdom, shipping colorful masks worldwide.

Style

Ear loop

Material

Reusable

Amount

Single & multi

+ Other

Child size

Rebirth Garments

Crafted by a queer Chicago creative, featuring quirky patterns and a variety of accessible straps.

Style

Tie-back, Ear loop, Specialty

Material

Reusable

Amount

Single & multi

+ Other

+ Anti-fog

Show My Smile

Sold by a woman-owned employer of those with autism, developmental disabilities, or speech and language challenges.

Style

Ear loop

Material

Reusable

Amount

Single & multi, Bulk

+ Other

Child size, + Anti-fog

Happy Laugh Masks

Made by a team led by a mother and daughter, with proceeds going towards San Diego theatre artisans.

Style

Tie-back, Ear loop

Material

Reusable

Amount

Single & multi

+ Other

Child size, + Anti-fog

Masks and Scrub Caps

Sold by a Canadian seller, who also helped donate 26,000 non-PPE masks, caps and ear savers in three months.

Style

Ear loop, Tie-back

Material

Reusable

Amount

Single & multi

+ Other

Child size

Sachika

Created by a unique global-minded Los Angeles-based fashion design studio run by identical twin sisters.

Style

Ear loop

Material

Reusable

Amount

Single & multi

+ Other

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The Hearing Spot

Created by hearing care specialists and a team of volunteers, in partnership with a small local business.

Style

Tie-back, Ear loop

Material

Reusable

Amount

Single & multi, Bulk

+ Other

+ Anti-fog

*breathes* Can I stop my mask from fogging up? How?


Yes, you can stop your new clear face covering from fogging up and it's really simple! Here's a video of our co-founder, Jake, to explain how (CC enabled). Notes: - Dish soap, shampoo, and hand soap all work wonderfully (and you have them in your home already!) to reduce fog. - Anti-fog products are available for purchase from some of our vendors and others have a special anti-fog plastic as well. - Make sure you wash your masks frequently!




I want to share your site, interview you, or feature you in a publication! Can I?


Of course! accessiblemasks.org is meant to be shared all over the world in any way possible. We encourage you to tell your friends on social media, text your family to get a couple, and get one for yourself. We've been featured in a few articles and are always willing to be interviewed/featured. Contact us at accessiblemasks@gmail.com and we'll set up time for a video call or email exchange. We look forward to hearing from you!




Are you making money or being paid by these vendors to be featured?


Nope! We are running accessiblemasks.org completely out-of-pocket because we believe the need for a central resource for transparent face coverings is essential in a masked world. We've scouted our vendors by our own research and recommendations from other deaf friends. The goal is to have a variety of different mask types from businesses with unique backgrounds. If you are a vendor, contact us at accessiblemasks@gmail.com and we will see if you're a good fit for our platform!





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An accessibility resource created by two deaf siblings, Jacob & Patrick deHahn.

Feel free to contact us at accessiblemasks@gmail.com.