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5 Dallas Cowboys Face Masks for Die-Hard Fans (And Fans in Denial)


We're not exactly sure if we'll be back in AT&T Stadium this year, but one thing we know for sure is that we'll be supporting the boys no matter what. Whether it's by wearing a jersey, T-Shirt, or sweater, you'll be able to let people know you're a Cowboys fan. Next time you shop for gear, consider a Dallas Cowboys face mask.

Who knows? Maybe we will be able to attend NFL games and tailgates at some point this season, but we'll most likely be wearing face coverings if so. Even if you're just wearing it to work or the grocery store, these Dallas Cowboys face coverings will get the attention of fellow Cowboys fans.

Dallas Cowboys Face Masks

The COVID-19 pandemic has lasted longer in the United States than many of us anticipated, so many of us are ditching disposable masks for reusable masks. This washable mask will be your new favorite mask.


Show off your team logo with this cloth face covering. Every Amari Cooper, Dak Prescott, and Ezekiel Elliott fan will love it.

Keep in mind, it's not medical-grade, but it's a great breathable face cover for outings.


Grab this mask pack for your favorite Cowboys fan or friend who loves the Philadelphia Eagles or Steelers. (Totally kidding about the Eagles fan.)

Little ones will love this Dallas Cowboys face mask. They'll love supporting their favorite football team at school.


If you were cheering on Oklahoma this past season, then you're probably a Cowboys fan now. Show your support for CeeDee Lamb with this Cowboys mask.

If you're feeling bummed about missing some games this season, bring a piece of the stadium to your house. (No, really.) Amazon is selling Dallas Cowboys Stadium turf. And yes, it's been played on! This collectible is a must-have for die-hard fans.

Be sure to check out Fanatics for all of your sweatshirts and jerseys. Whether you support the Cleveland Browns, Cincinnati Bengals, Baltimore Ravens or Houston Texans, there's something for you.

This post was originally published on July 8, 2020.


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