Farmers Armour Launches Mask Donation Program to Fight Coronavirus

Farmers Armour Launches Mask Donation Program to Fight Coronavirus

Farmers Armour, an apparel company focused on creating technical, protective gear for cannabis farmers, launched a one-for-one mask donation program in the beginning of April to support frontline workers of the COVID-19 outbreak.  With manufacturing systems already in place, ramping up production of the masks was relatively simple for Farmers Armour. Founded by cannabis farmer Jeremy Glum in the fall of 2018, the small company has been making farming masks for just over a year now.  Luckily, no design modifications were needed – the highly efficient and protective farming masks are machine washable and already feature two breathing valves, and they come with a replaceable N99 filter. The filter’s lifespan is approximately 40 hours. However, as the demand for masks rapidly grew with the nationwide shut down, Glum and his partner Kaz Kosciolek didn’t feel right about capitalizing off the increased sales.  “Since there was a mass shortage of masks, we felt a moral obligation to contribute,” said Kosciolek, who handles the marketing and digital aspects of the company.  “We stand 100% by our products, and if there’s an issue we always make it right,” he added. By the Farmer for the Farmer Kosciolek and Glum have spent countless hours in the field. They share a love of cannabis, and are passionate about helping their fellow farmers with no-bullsh*t apparel that gets the job done. One might describe Farmers Armour as a “by the farmer, for the farmer” kind of company where they treat their customers like friends, offering full…

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