Masks come in two sizes, Small and Large. Taller adults (> 5’6”) most often find the Large to be an ideal fit. Shorter adults (under 5’5”) most often find the Small to fit best.
Our male model is 5’11” and wears a Large mask. He describes himself as someone who would wear a medium/large size hat. The Large mask measures 6.5” from nose to chin, and has a total width of 9.4” from ear to ear.
Our female model is 5’4” and wears a Small mask. She typically wears a size small hat. The size Small mask measures 5.8” from nose to chin, and has a total width of 8.2” from ear to ear.
When in Doubt, Go Large
Overall, the size Large has been most popular among our customers, so if you’re on the fence about which size to order, we recommend going with a Large. If you have a bigger head, a beard, are very tall, or just want maximum coverage for your face, the Large is your safest bet.Size Small Can Work for Bigger Kids
A size Small works well for children at least 4’ tall. In our limited testing, we’ve found a Small to fit a 5 year old relatively well (but good luck getting them to keep it on).