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Polo-neck FFP3

wear a mask but still win approval from the fashion police
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Every proper hipster owns a black polo-neck jumper. Now that we have covid, an opportunity presents itself to introduce another variant of this ubiquitous garment.

As its name suggests, Polo-neck FFP3 has a new built in feature: it doubles up as a high spec virus filter mask.

This means that if the fashion savvy hipster is caught out with no covid mask, all he/she needs do is to roll up the polo-neck until it covers their nose and mouth. Its close fitting neck extension will then double up as a totally effective anti virus mask. The material around this area of the garment is of course fully compliant with FFP3 specifications.

Polo–neck FFP3 comes in all sizes and colours.
Deluxe version has extra rings of colour that only become visible when the extended neck is fully unrolled to cover the mouth and nose area.

xenzag, Jun 19 2021

Prior art - in the funny pages https://www.google....?q=bazooka+joe+mort
Since the 1950’s [a1, Jun 19 2021]

And in the real world, such as it is https://www.dus-tshirt.com/
[a1, Jun 19 2021]

and https://www.google....+face+mask&tbm=isch
[a1, Jun 19 2021]

Fabrics for masks, compared https://theconversa...ce-mask-from-149313
[a1, Jun 19 2021]

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       Bun for imagining this in black to con, er, market to hipsters. That offsets the reality that the basic concept was fully baked long before covid.
a1, Jun 19 2021
  

       Good try, but neither example is a stylish hipster polo-neck with a built in Covid FFP3 mask.
xenzag, Jun 19 2021
  

       see that “and” link - posers all, pale imitations of your idea somehow put on the web before yours…
a1, Jun 19 2021
  

       Now you're getting desperate and I'm still not seeing a polo-neck with a built in FFP3 mask.
xenzag, Jun 19 2021
  

       // FFP3 //   

       If the value & originality of this idea hinges on a specific level of protection, you win. What fabric are you using?
a1, Jun 19 2021
  

       FFP3 approved fabric of course, same as that used in 3M masks, since the originality of the whole idea derives from that, as you have so thoroughly confirmed.
xenzag, Jun 20 2021
  

       feels Dr Seuss. <tries to imagine some neck luxury covid conflabory rhythm />   

       Stripes expected.
wjt, Jul 03 2021
  
      
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