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Cities across the U.S. are encouraging citizens to wear a face mask during their outings at essential businesses. The CDC recommended the use of cloth face masks recently, and we should listen to them. Their goal is to leave N95 masks to healthcare personnel and more COVID-19 frontline workers. Be a hero and wear an LSU dust mask.

Coronavirus may have put a halt to sports for a while, but that doesn’t mean we can’t show support for the LSU Tigers during these strange times. Here are five LSU dust masks that Ed Orgeron (the real ‘tiger king‘) would approve of.

1. Mouth Mask LSU Tigers

Mouth Mask LSU Tigers
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This face mask is breathable, water-resistant, and washable. You won’t be disappointed with the sizing because it is adjustable. What more could you ask for?

2. College Bandana Face Mask-NCAA 22″ Square Bandana

College Bandana Face Mask-NCAA 22" Square Bandanna
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I’m leaning towards bandanas these days. They’re more stylish, and this LSU bandana is incredible.

3. Orgeron Burrow 2020 Outdoor Anti-dust mask Womans&Men

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This LSU dust mask is perfect. Can we write the duo in as write-in candidates? Asking for a friend.

4. Unisex Multi Usage Face Cover Up Smoking Burrow

Unisex Multi Usage Face Cover Up Smoking Burrow
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Joe Burrow celebrating the national champion win with a cigar is iconic. I never thought I’d see this photo on a dust mask, but hey, this is neat.

5. Mouth Mask LSU Tigers Unisex Adult Black Face Mask Cute Animal Flower Anti Dust Mask

Mouth Mask LSU Tigers Unisex Adult Black Face Mask Cute Animal Flower Anti Dust Mask
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This mask is equipped with a 5-layer activated carbon filter, making it a top-notch choice for reusable masks.

First responders and healthcare workers need NIOSH-approved personal protective equipment (PPE) more than we do! You can make a difference by wearing a cotton face mask.

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We’ll overcome the coronavirus pandemic, and we’ll be back in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, supporting the boys for another national championship title.

This post was originally published on April 16, 2020.

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Allison Johnson grew up in East Texas. After graduating from Texas State University with a degree in Electronic Media, she decided to pursue a career in media as a Commerce Writer for Wide Open Media. When she is not typing away at her desk, you can find her at a ...Read more
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