Bloch Kids Face Mask – Printed
Solving dancers needs since 1932. Bloch is now taking its design skills and technical expertise into today’s new world.
To produce a face mask for everyone who wants the freedom to move safely. The machine washable masks are environmentally friendly and embedded with Nano Zinc Oxide particles in the fabric.
The soft stretch fabric with adjustable ear loops form a perfect breathe easy fit whatever your face shape.
- Two layers of high-density fabric
- Adjustable stoppers for ear loops
- Neck Lanyard
- Anti-Microbial Treatment
- Stretch Material
- Nasal Adjuster
- Water Repellant Exterior
- Protection from dust, pollen, bacteria and airborne droplets
- Prevents fungal growth
- Fabric prevents odours caused by moisture and bacteria
- Fabric is 25% higher UV protection than standard fabric
- Washable & reusable without the use of harsh cleansing chemicals
- Environmentally friendly
- Exterior 100% Polyester, Interior 55% Cotton, 45% Poly Zinc
Caring for your BLOCH Face Mask
- Machine wash and air dry
- To maintain effectiveness, do not tumble dry or use bleach
For hygiene reasons, we are unable to accept returns on our face masks
It all started with a promise …
… to make the most comfortable dance shoe in the world.
Jacob Bloch, a shoemaker by trade, emigrated to Australia from Eastern Europe in 1930 during the height of the Great Depression.
Three Years later he saved just enough funds to pay for his wife and three children to join him.
Jacob’s of music and dancing brought him to the local ballet schools, he noticed a young dancer struggling to stay en pointe. Jacob promised he would make her a better pair of pointe shoes to dance in, so he did.
BLOCH ballet shoes were first made in a candlelit workshop in 1932 in Paddington, Sydney. Jacob’s reputation for making high-quality dance footwear spread rapidly.
By the late 1930s overseas ballet companies toured Australia, including The Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo. Jacob created custom-made shoes for many dancers in those companies, including Russian ballet dancers like Olga Spessivtseva, Tamara Toumanova, Irina Baranova, David Lichine, Tatiana Riabouchinska and Danish ballerina Helene Kirsova.
Jacob’s shoes became so well-known and sought after, that it sparked the creation of a full range of dance footwear and dance fashion products.
The brand grew rapidly and over time became the BLOCH we know and love.
Available at Dancers Box.