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The Ace Of Spreads: Motörhead Have Released Three Lemmy Face Masks

You can wear the Faces Of Lemmy’ with this trio of Motörhead face masks.

Last month, the world gifted us Lemmy Kilmister-scented candles, and now the theme of excellent Motörhead merch is continuing with face masks of the late, great frontman.

A triple-pack of official masks by the band means you can wear different Lem expressions depending on your mood when you’re out and about: mischievous, serious, or with a cigarette casually dangling out your mouth. So if you want to do your bit to stop the Ace Of Spreads (doesn’t really work, but whatever), and look like a total badass at the same time, you know what to do…

Read this: The warts’n’all wit and wisdom of Lemmy

The Faces of Lemmy Mask 3 Pack by Motorhead is a package of three cotton masks with two ear loops and images of Lemmy’s face across the entire design,” reads a description on the website. 

Note: These masks are not medical grade and are not meant to take the place of the N95 masks. They are not suitable for use in a surgical setting or where there would be significant exposure to liquid, bodily or other hazardous fluids, use in a clinical setting, or use in the presence of a high-intensity heat source or flammable gas. Please consult your local guidelines for protective face gear. This item is final sale and cannot be returned.” 

You can grab all three for just $20 right now at this link.

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Posted on October 5th 2020, 12:08p.m.
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