Published Oct 28, 2020While we've already got some pandemic merch courtesy of Nine Inch Nails, Trent Reznor is now doubling down with some custom NIN PPE.
Today the band have started selling modular face masks, which serve both as a way to curb the spread of COVID-19 and give wearers a bold method of communication.
As NIN explain, the masks come "featuring interchangeable messages for uncertain times" and give wearers a series of patches that you can switch out on the mask. Those come with some pretty bold NIN keywords, including "Dirty," "Fragile," "Pig," "Numb," "Broken," "Compliant" and "Resistant."
The patches can be swapped to "match your mood" — or "your desperation level."
As the band put it, the masks will "let the outside world know you won't let a little pandemic stifle your self-expression." Plus the masks come with an interior filter pocket and adjustable nose band help keep "your potentially infectious droplets in" while allowing "your voice of protest out."
You can grab yourself some NIN PPE now over here.