Buttercloth adds reversible face masks

by MR Magazine Staff

Online shirtmaker Buttercloth has just released three adjustable and reversible face masks made from the same breathable and organic long fiber cotton as their popular dress and polo shirts.

The masks come in paisley, lighting bolt, and Aztec patterns. Each mask is washable and reusable. They can be purchased for $25 or one can be delivered free with an order of a Buttercloth shirt.

Owner Danh Tran, a former designer for numerous companies, first gained attention for Buttercloth from former Los Angeles Lakers star, Metta World Peace, who invested in the company and now serves as the brand’s ambassador to the sports and celebrity world. In October 2018, Tran appeared on ABC’s “Shark Tank,” where he made a $250,000 deal with investor Robert Herjavec who is still helping to grow the Buttercloth brand worldwide.