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1820 – Outdoor Survival Mask

$16.00

Every purchase of this Outdoor Survival Mask helps fund contributions to local Maine communities!

Every purchase of this ‘1820’ – Outdoor Survival Mask helps fund contributions to local Maine communities!


When you leave home, protect yourself and your fellow hikers with these comfortable, trail-ready face coverings!

Get the extra coverage you need from heat or cold with our outdoor survival mask.

Survival masks provide a light, breathable barrier for your neck or face. Sport them during long outings in the great outdoors. This simple accessory can provide powerful protection from wind, chill and the sun’s harmful UV rays.

This outdoor survival mask is a versatile accessory that can be used as a face covering, headband, bandana, wristband, and neck warmer. Upgrade your accessory game and find a matching face shield for each of your outfits!

• 95% polyester, 5% elastane (fabric composition may vary by 1%)
• Breathable fabric
• Four-way stretch fabric that stretches and recovers on the cross and lengthwise grains
• Washable and reusable
• One size
• Printed on one side, reverse side is left blank


You Alone In The Maine Woods

The Maine woods and waters offer endless opportunities for enjoyment — whether afoot (hunting, hiking, or snowshoe-ing) afloat (sailing, paddling, or powerboating), or riding on an ATV, snowmobile, or horseback.

But whenever you venture out to the woods or waters, there will be risks involved. You can’t completely avoid them, but you can anticipate them, prepare for them, and reduce the danger you put yourself and your fellow travelers in should an incident occur.

Sometimes it’ll just be an oops that you learn from without suffering anything more than embarrassment. Other times, your decisions and actions (or inaction) can escalate to a serious or life-threatening event.

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How Maine Became A State

On March 15, 1820, Maine entered the Union as the 23rd state. Delegates to the Maine state constitutional convention had met in October 1819 and used the Massachusetts constitution of 1780 as their model, yet they modified it on several important matters.

Maine’s constitution prohibited state support for any religious group, which stood in contrast to the tax-supported Congregational Church in Massachusetts. It allowed men of European and African descent the right to vote regardless of their ability to own property. Yet, it denied voting rights to “untaxed Indians” living on reservation lands.

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*A portion of every sale helps support West Forks Maine Volunteer Fire Department!
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Weight0.05 oz

Created by Río Muerto

Río Muerto is a brand unlike any other.

Born in the backwoods of western Maine, they strive to bring humor to this glorious tragedy called life.

Shipping & Returns

SHIPPING

Most items are made to order and shipped within 3-7 business days. Shipping is via USPS and the cost is a flat rate.

RETURNS

Returns will only be accepted if there is a flaw in the making of the item (ie. wrinkled or lifting vinyl, faulty snap). Returns will not be honored for any other reason.

EXCHANGES

If the wrong size was ordered, exchanges will be honored. The buyer will be responsible for return shipping fees. Items should be in original condition. Custom pieces cannot be exchanged or refunded.

Please notify me within 14 days of product arrival if there is a problem with your order. A return address will be provided once contact has been made.

Community Land Trust

 

Serving Local Maine Communities

 

Our Goal :

To start a nonprofit organization to hold land in perpetual trust for the permanent use of local Maine communities along the branches of the Dead River.

Our Mission :

To provide access to land, housing, education and other resources so people in Maine can grow food in environmentally sustainable ways, live comfortably with dignity and create community systems where locally produced foods, healthy lifestyles and affordable housing are available to all.

West Forks, ME

West Forks, Maine

The West Forks in Maine is where the Dead River and the Kennebec River meet, and this intersection of two powerful rivers has created one of the best areas for whitewater rafting in the region. Situated along the Old Canada Road National Scenic Byway, The West Forks is also in the heart of Maine’s premiere snowmobiling country and provides easy access to Maine’s interconnected trail system (ITS), which has hundreds of miles of well-marked trails through the wilderness, perfect for wildlife watching and enjoying the gorgeous scenery.

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