Noli Yoga offers sale on fashionable face masks and face shields for exercise, daily life at discounted rates

You don’t have to sacrifice fashion for safety now that the popular lifestyle brand Noli Yoga is offering face masks and face shields for exercise and daily routines.

Noli Yoga, which was founded in 2015, pits itself as “a true fashion to sport label. Offering luxe pieces that seamlessly transition from studio to street, Noli fuses fashion and function to create innovative active wear for the modern woman.”

Noli’s line of face shields are available in a variety of tints and colors, including iridescent and mirror shields at a price of $25 each, down from $68 each. These full face shields are lightweight, UPF35 rated come with a moisture-wicking headband and “will protect and look amazing with any look.” Check the full line-up out here.

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As for face masks, the Noli lineup is quite extensive, ranging from tie dye to diamond to animal prints. These masks range from just $8 to $30. For those looking to purchase in bulk, you can buy a 5-pack for $40 (down from $75).

The lineup also includes fun tank tops, including this “social distance” one for $15, down from $46.

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Each garment is manufactured in the United States (California) “and lovingly designed in-house.” Check out some images of the products below.

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Noli Yoga products (via noliyoga.com)

Noli Yoga

Noli Yoga products (via noliyoga.com)

Noli Yoga

Noli Yoga products (via noliyoga.com)

Noli Yoga

Noli Yoga products (via noliyoga.com)

Noli Yoga

Noli Yoga products (via noliyoga.com)

Noli Yoga

Noli Yoga products (via noliyoga.com)

Noli Yoga

Noli Yoga products (via noliyoga.com)

Noli Yoga

Noli Yoga products (via noliyoga.com)

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