We hope everyone is staying safe and healthy! We wanted to let our SoCal Hoops families know that we are working closely with our gym owners in planning to open up court time to allow practices, skills training sessions, games, and tournaments. Please note that we will follow government and health recommendations to ensure the safety of our players and families. We will give an update on the practice and game plans as they become more defined.
With the Coronavirus Pandemic, it is now mandatory to wear (at least) fabric masks when out in public. There are some cool, 12-in-1 printed face mask "tubes" that sell on Amazon for $10-$40 each! We have masks for much lower costs.
SoCal Hoops has been able to source some custom printed fabric mask tubes for our players and parents.
Secure your masks for only a small donation to SoCal Hoops.
Order as many as you want!
Be SAFE and stay HEALTHY.
Choose from 5 custom designs.
- Fold the masks over once or twice to have dual and triple layer fabric protection. You can even insert a separate filter for added protection. One size fits all for both youths and adults.
- Wear it as a face mask or balaclava to protect from dust and sun’s rays, wear it as a do-rag to keep your hair out of your eyes on a windy day, wear it as a headband while hiking to keep sweat out of your eyes, or wear it as a running scarf, 50-92⁰F recommended.
- MULTIPURPOSE Suitable for walking, running, hiking, biking, riding, fishing and yoga etc; Convenience to carry on, you could fold it and put in your pocket or your travel bag or just wear as wristband
- KNITTING MATERIAL - 100% polyester, breathable, stretchy, soft. It can keep you comfortable in any position. And it has exceptional absorbing and wicking features to keep you dry all day
- 12 DIFFERENT WAYS TO WEAR - Why buy a headband, neck gaiter, bandana, headwear and cap when you have it all in one here? In the summer, rock your headband to wick away sweat and protect yourself from the sun. Our headbands are worn by weekend warriors & buff athletes, stylish urbanites, and even cancer chemo patients. In the winter, rock it as a lightweight neck gaiter, face mask, beanie or balaclava, adding one of these as an extra layer of warmth for my ears, head, and neck.