Updated: Mar 27
Australian designed, botanically infused, designer masks. Ergonomic, highly breathable, and reusable. Blocks over 97% of PM2.5.
AusAir was created by two brothers Elias Honor and Isaac Honor, and their lifelong friend Jack Graham. When traveling overseas, they experienced unhealthy air pollution first hand. To protect themselves, they looked for a stylish, breathable and functional mask but couldn't find any. After years of looking into the problems with current masks, testing new designs and prototyping, AusAir was born. The result is a mask that offers unparalleled breathability, filtration, and style.
The main sources of air pollution include vehicle exhaust emissions, tire dust, wood fires and power generation.
This is what you breathe every day...
It’s a mask with a difference. With reusable, washable skins designed to complement any outfit, and changeable filters infused with Australian botanicals, this is no ordinary mask.
Not only does AusAir filter over 97% of small airborne pollution (PM2.5), prevent the spread of infection and protect your face, but it comes jam-packed with amazing features.
Utilising the latest in material science technology, we’ve developed a pollution filter that will exceed Australian respiratory protection standards.
1. Soft melt-blown inner layer.
2. Two melt-blown microfibre layers filtering PM2.5 pollution, viruses, smoke, and pollen.
3. Electrostatic cotton layer with nano-filtering technology removing ultra-fine PM2.5 particles.
4. Active carbon for hydrocarbon gas filtration and anti-odor.
5. Durable PP outer protective layer to prevent dirt and other large particles building up on the filter layers
6. Outer washable skin that can filter PM.10 particles
Particulate Matter Protection
The biggest pollution concern in terms of your health comes down to tiny hazardous particles suspended in the air called ‘particulate matter’. Some of the most potent of these particles is called PM2.5 meaning that these particles are less than 2.5 microns.
To put this into perspective, a micron is a millionth of a metre, with a human hair being around 70 microns.