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Adidas Face Masks (M/L) Black

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  • Oct 15th, 2020 10:37 pm
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Member
Mar 17, 2006
237 posts
314 upvotes
Bought these a while back. The straps are fairly thin and pinch my ears in too tight. I recommend just getting the 3-pack for $15 at Uniqlo (in store only I think?) - they're much more comfortable, but size up because they run smaller I think.
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Jul 21, 2013
868 posts
564 upvotes
Calgary
I bought them last time, what a POS, the worst masks I have gotten so far. Thin straps, 90% polyester, even the large ones are fairly small. Way overpriced.
Jr. Member
Apr 29, 2015
197 posts
216 upvotes
Kanata, ON
TOO SMALL! Uncomfortable.

The M/L is M and if your head is not M they will pull on your ears and give you the Alfred E Newman look.

Just awful and unreturnable.
Newbie
Sep 9, 2001
13 posts
35 upvotes
Calgary
I bought these masks thinking they would be good for working out and would be more breathable. Unfortunately like others have stated, the M/L is much too small even for my average sized head. The ear loops are not adjustable and are too short and there is no metal nose bridge, not good for glasses wearers.
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Apr 9, 2006
2066 posts
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Waterloo
I didn't find it very comfortable either. The straps are too thin and overall too small and tight. I find disposable masks much more comfortable to wear.
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Oct 19, 2007
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Montreal
I like them very much, I bought a 3 pack a few weeks ago and I've been climbing with them ever since and it's much better than what I had before. For sports, they are great.

I don't think they would fit someone with more fat around the face area correctly, and I don't think this is their intended demographic.
Last edited by fjanicki on Oct 15th, 2020 12:22 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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Jan 15, 2004
6908 posts
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Be warned like the other people said, I have the same feedback. The ear loops are too small and it hurts my ears. It’s ok to wear for a short while. The Uniqlo ones are way better for cheaper price.
Sr. Member
Sep 7, 2003
832 posts
339 upvotes
Got a pack of blue and black. They are awesome! Best breathable ones out there. Others are right the loops are tight, hopefully they stretch out over time.
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Sep 30, 2011
94 posts
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Bought one set after reading the previous thread. Got reimbursed by work as masks are mandatory, so were free for me. I can compare only with company provided three types of disposable masks. This ones are really good, maybe a little on the small side (M/L) but they stretch, no big issues with the ears ( for disposables it was a must to use a straps holder on back of the head). Safety glasses will fog occasionally but not worse than disposables with nose wire or metal strip. The face fit is fine, don't run down the nose. After washing they dry very fast.
Probably expensive, not sure if I would pay $30 if from my own pocket.
Overall happy with them, for now I only use these ones. Looking forward to toss them in the garbage when mandatory mask goes away.
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Apr 2, 2007
2622 posts
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I bought this early pandemic for $22. Reebok ones too. Of all the masks I’ve worn I prefer them. Plus there’s a slot for a filter for added protection if you want. Fits nice on face.
Deal Addict
Aug 4, 2003
1121 posts
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Edmonton
Pieces of garbage. Bought them last time around and they are SMALL, not medium. No way to adjust, never will buy adidas masks again.
Deal Addict
Oct 19, 2007
1051 posts
518 upvotes
Montreal
bimmer35 wrote: Yup like others have said, if you have a bigger head these won't work for you. M/L pulls on my ears and makes it uncomfortable. These also have tags stitched into the inside of the mask that you have to cut off and it leaves a small stub that can irritate your face.
You have to remove the stitches, not cut it off. It's super easy as the stitches are not sealed off, so you just pull on the thread.
Member
Mar 8, 2009
421 posts
71 upvotes
Toronto
fjanicki wrote: You have to remove the stitches, not cut it off. It's super easy as the stitches are not sealed off, so you just pull on the thread.
Just checked again and you are correct, super easy cut, thanks!
Jr. Member
Apr 29, 2015
197 posts
216 upvotes
Kanata, ON
Ridiculous comment. Marathon runner here - masks are simply not large sized. Only small and medium. If your head is on the small side, these masks are fine for you.
Issue is with Adidas calling them ‘L’. They are not.
fjanicki wrote: I like them very much, I bought a 3 pack a few weeks ago and I've been climbing with them ever since and it's much better than what I had before. For sports, they are great.

I don't think they would fit someone with more fat around the face area correctly, and I don't think this is their intended demographic.
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Dec 27, 2011
2376 posts
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Vancouver
fjanicki wrote: I like them very much, I bought a 3 pack a few weeks ago and I've been climbing with them ever since and it's much better than what I had before. For sports, they are great.

I don't think they would fit someone with more fat around the face area correctly, and I don't think this is their intended demographic.
lmao I mean if you're 5' sure they fit great. but some of us are 6'5" and they are nowhere close to fitting, even if we are thin runners.

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