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Breathe Like A Fish "Element Mask"

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Breath Like a Fish
Element Mask
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High Performance 100% Microdenier Polyester Sun Protective Element Mask. Moisture wicking, anti-microbial, stain resistant, UPF 50+ and anti-static fabric. Disperses and wicks moisture away from the body for quicker evaporation. The Breathe Like A Fish "Element Mask" is equipped with gill plates on the sides to tunnel air to your neck and down your shirt and a mesh breathe hole to reduce sunglass fog. Along with UPF 50+ sun protection, element masks take the sting out of a driving rain and the chill off your face on a cool morning. Saddle Cut bottom for ultimate tuckability and seamless sun protection on the neck.


  • 100% Microdenier Polyester Sun Protective
  • Moisture wicking, anti-microbial


  • UPF 50+
  • Anti-static fabric




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(Updated: November 22, 2013)

Bit on the snug side

When I found out about the Breathe Like A Fish face masks, I thought that it was an innovative idea to put a mesh breathing hole in it for your nose and mouth to help prevent sunglasses fog, not to mention, more comfortable to wear. Made of quick drying and stretchy Gildex 50 fabric, I figured this to be what I was looking for.

The mesh vent hole works as it should and the fabric is cool to the skin however, I found the fit to be a bit on the snug side. It actually pushes my nose down uncomfortably, so I found myself breathing through my mouth again unless the vent hole was right on top of my nose. I feel as if I need to constantly adjust it, even though it’s tight. I like the way the black/gray camo looks on me though, and it DOES keep the sun off my face.

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Waters Fished:
  • Salwater Flats
  • Saltwater Bays
2-6 times
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