Where to Buy Local Face Coverings in Oregon

Eco-friendly, Black-owned, women-owned and supporting communities in need: These local Oregon businesses make you feel good to mask up.
August 10, 2020

Face coverings have suddenly become a necessity for everyday life. (They’re now required in Oregon’s indoor public places and outdoors when physical distancing is not possible.) While you can buy face covering just about anywhere, we’ve compiled a list of local Oregon businesses making and selling face coverings. We love supporting local businesses, and many of these companies are also donating a portion of profits to help communities in need. Not to mention, they have some really fun designs from kittens to rock climbers to campervans.  So, whether you’re looking to get more reusable face coverings or simply step up your fashion game, here are some great local options.

A face covering made of red fabric with flower print.
Lucky Lady's selection of handmade face coverings include the Summer Gathering design. (Photo by Michelle Tullis)

Central Oregon

Meli Wraps is a woman-owned business originally from Hawaii now based in Bend. Known for making eco-friendly reusable food wraps, it is now making face coverings from 100% organic cotton. These face coverings are designed to brighten your day with fun Hawaiian prints like papayas, sharks, and pineapples.

BlackStrap is making eco-friendly face coverings that align with its waste-zero mission of mindful sustainability. Plus, for each face covering sold, BlackStrap donates a face covering to an agency, company or individual in need.

Jax Hats is a woman-owned company specializing in making stylish hats with recycled material to keep fabric out of landfills. It is now making 100% cotton face coverings in adult and children sizes. Face coverings have a full-length filter pocket, and filters are available to purchase on its site. For every five face coverings sold, Jax donates a face covering to those in need.

Lucky Lady is a woman-owned company making handmade, reversible 100% cotton face coverings in Bend. All materials are certified free from harmful chemicals. You can select from pre-made face coverings or customize your own by choosing from a selection of beautiful prints. Face coverings come in adult and youth sizes.

Eastern Oregon

ExZacht Sewing in Vale offers customizable face coverings made to order. You can select the material, print, and choose from side loops or a tie in the back.

Charmed Needles in Ontario sells made-to-order face coverings as well as DIY kits to make your own. DIY kits come with a pattern for three sizes of face coverings and all materials needed to make one. Need a little guidance? Its website has a YouTube video with step-by-step instructions.

Three people wear the LeMask product, one as a face covering, another as a headscarf and a third as a neck scarf.
LeMask made by Portland Garment Factory can be worn three ways. (Photo by Christine Cearnal)

Portland Region

Like Dat Apparel is a Black-owned business with a passion for ending racial injustice. All its face coverings are themed for Black Lives Matter.

Folly is a woman-owned shop making face coverings in the production facility in the back of its store. It sells pre-made and custom face coverings in a variety of fun prints. It also has matching scrunchie and face covering sets.

A person wears a face covering that matches their headscarf, shirt and skirt.
New Normal 4 Now produces face coverings and matching accessories. (Tanisha Hiner by JacobsenV Photography)

Portland Garment Factory is a woman-owned, zero-waste, company that promises ethical labor practices. It produces a trendy scarf-meets-face covering called LeMask, and PGF donates to underserved communities for every LeMask sold. Kids and artists will love the Artist face covering that comes with fabric markers to design your own creation.

New Normal 4 Now is a Black-owned business making beautiful African-inspired face coverings with matching accessories like headbands and head wraps.

Dana Herbert is a woman-owned company that hand-makes all its face coverings. A dollar from every face covering sold is donated to the Oregon Food Bank.

Y’all Collective brings together artists and makers to make art and handmade goods while raising funds for local nonprofits. It has one style of face coverings in a variety of fun prints.

Stark’s Vacuums is a well-known Pacific Northwest staple that is now making three-layer, water resistant face coverings with filters for kids and adults.

Blaqpacks designs and builds all its products in Portland. Known for making high quality bags guaranteed for life, it is producing face coverings in adult and child sizes. It even has an artist series offering one-of-a-kind face coverings with designs by local artists.

A child wears a face covering while holding a colorful shaved ice dessert.
Marley’s Monsters makes eco-friendly face coveirngs for kids and adults. (Photo by Jeremy Parker)

Southern Oregon

BioSkin is a family-owned, Medford-based business making face coverings from the materials used for its orthopedic braces and sports medicine products. It is donating 10% of face covering sales to food assistance programs in communities.

Willamette Valley

Marley’s Monsters is a woman-owned company selling eco-friendly and reusable baby products in Eugene. It is hand making face coverings in its store in lively prints for kids and adults. Plus, all masks ship plastic-free!

NW Alpine is making face coverings with outdoor-themed prints designed by local artists. All face coverings are made locally in its Salem headquarters.

Cardas Audio produces neck gaiters that can double as face coverings

Mt. Hood and the Gorge

Northwave Sails is known as a leading maker of custom windsurfing sails.  Now it is making face coverings, with or without filters, in its waterfront Hood River loft.

Oregon Coast

Cardas Audio of Bandon has a fun online store called “Stay Home and Listen to Music” that is selling neck gaiters that double as face coverings. Every dollar spent in the online store goes directly to unemployed individuals in Bandon’s service industry.

More places to find face coverings

Etsy is also a great place to shop for face coverings made by local Oregon artisans. Or, if you prefer to make your own, check out our story How to Make a Face Covering, Oregon Style.

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Christina Tuchman
Christina Tuchman is the Marketing Coordinator at Travel Oregon. She enjoys browsing farmers markets and experiencing u-pick farms with friends. She also likes eating sea salt caramels at the Oregon Coast, hiking to waterfalls and traveling the world.

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