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Red Keffiyeh Mask 2.0

Regular price $15.00 $10.00 Sale

Protect yourself and those around you in our sustainable pleated woven keffiyeh mask. This non-medical* face mask is soft, breathable, and washable. Inspired by the Jerusalem mask made in Burj Al Barajneh Refugee camp in Lebanon.


By purchasing this item you are feeding a Refugee in need.

Learn more about Karam by KUVRD.

Key Features

  • Hand washable
  • Soft 
  • Breathable
  • Fabric content: 85% cotton 10% polyester 5% elastic 

Care Instructions

  • Wash after every use
  • Hand wash
  • Warm wash
  • Air dry


Approx. Size - Standard: 8" by 5.5" |  Large: 9" by 5.5"

Mask Disclaimer

Non-medical masks are not direct substitutes for N95, surgical, or procedural masks* 

All Masks are Final Sale*

Customer Reviews

Based on 54 reviews
Najmo Abdi

The mask is unique in that it supports the Palestinian cause. I adore it and wear it to university; they cover your entire face, which I love. 🇸🇴❤️🇵🇸

Never disappointed

That’s the fourth or fifth time that I order these masks, and I’m always amazed by their great quality, comfort and durability !

Love this mask!

I love the mask, the elastic sides, and the material.

They wash well too.

Only thing was I found it too difficult to breath in during summer. Have put it away for something lighter weight, but come fall/winter I’ll use it again.

Maaria M
Love this mask!!!

Easily one of my favourite masks, very comfortable and beautiful. I find that it runs a little bit large but that's fine, as it guarantees full coverage. Great quality and amazing cause. Thank you so much!

Amy N
Fabulous as always!

I am the proud owner of 5 KUVRD masks. When I wear them I often get compliments, or at least spark a conversation. Love what you make and what you do, so I bought another one for my dear friend at her request before her summer trip to her home country - Morocco. I’m sure it will stir up a lot of interest there too!

Tomorrow I will wear one of mine (red keffiyeh) when working with a groups from Jordan and again next week (embroidered one) when working with groups from Gaza and the West Bank. My adopted home over the last 10 years - the US (from UK, lived many countries) - is a good space/platform for discussion.

Thank you, as always.