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Rep the Buckeyes with these officially licensed masks, gaiters

If you’re gonna wear a mask, you might as well make it fashion.

Matt Tamanini Matt Tamanini is the co-managing editor of Land-Grant Holy Land having joined the site in 2016.

I know, I know. Some of you hate the idea of having to wear masks. While I think that’s silly and selfish, if that describes you, feel free to close this article now, because the rest won’t interest you at all.

Ok, now that it’s just those of us who wear masks, if you are a Buckeye fan that wants to turn their mask from an annoyance into a fashion statement, then you need to outfit your face with one of the officially licensed Ohio State designs from FOCO.

Whether you are more of a traditional mask person or a gaiter scarf person, they’ve got you covered (literally) with scarlet, white, and black options that are all made from comfortable, breathable material.

Not only are the masks adjustable, but since they all have slightly different designs, you really should just get all six; that way, you only have to wash them once a week.

FOCO is the official face covering provider of Ohio State Athletics, and if you don’t believe me, check out Justin Fields, Josh Myers, and other Buckeyes rocking the masks as they boarded the plane to State College last week.

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You can purchase FOCO Ohio State masks for $16 and gaiter scarfs for $20 — as well as browse FOCO’s other officially licensed Buckeye merch — here. They’ve also got tons of OSU Christmas tree ornaments, family pajamas, bobbleheads, and more. Get your memorabilia now, this is shaping up to be quite the special season.

After some unexpected start and stops, I am back to posting a column every single day from preseason camp until whenever Ohio State’s football season ends. Some days they will be longer and in depth, some days they will be short and sweet. Let me know what you think of this one, and what you’d like to see me discuss in the comments or on Twitter. Go Bucks!