Custom Neck Gaiters

Custom neck gaiters can be used as a face mask and/or neck covering indoors or outside for protection from the sun, allergens, germs and dust. Our promotional neck gaiters offer an engineered, two-way stretch fabric that provides moisture wicking and cooling to keep you comfortable. Reusable neck gaiters customized with your logo are low-cost branding tools that help companies meet health restrictions.

Designing Your Own Neck Gaiter

If you’re looking to personalize or design your own neck gaiter, the templates and tips below will help guide you through the process. Once you’re familiar with our neck gaiter template, jump into our online design tool or get free design help.
  • Standard or Lightweight Materials
  • Available Comfortable, Breathable, & Stretchy
  • Machine Washable and Reusable
  • Moisture Wicking + UV Protection
  • Available in 4 Different Sizes
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The picture above shows our neck gaiter laying flat before it is sewn. When sewn, the left and right sides come together to form a single tube of material. Keep design elements for the front within the green vertical lines.
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The picture above shows our neck gaiter after being sewn. We recommend making sure logos, words, hashtags, and other main design elements are placed in the top center of the design for best looking results.
Premium Full Color Printing

Custom Neck Gaiters
Premium Full Color Printing

Our unique printing process allows us to customize 100% of the area of our gaiters in high resolution and full color. Text, logos, and even photos come out clean, crisp, and true to color. Even better, our custom gaiters will never peel or crack and are highly fade resistant even with heavy use.
Quality Construction

Custom Neck Gaiters
Quality Construction

Our gaiters are made from elastic polyester microfiber, which makes them light, stretchy, and breathable. The elastic keeps them in place however you’re wearing them (and there are lots of ways!), making them perfect for active wearers.
Fast and Easy

Custom Neck Gaiters
Fast and Easy

We print and ship all of our gaiters from Cape Coral, FL, and offer free shipping on all orders shipping within the USA. Due to our convenient location and expert production team, we have one of the best turnaround times in the custom products industry, with time of order to time of delivery averaging around 5 business days. We also offer free design consultations, and charge no extra fees, period. You pay for the product and, in some states, sales tax -- that’s it.
Orders Big and Small

Custom Neck Gaiters
Orders Big and Small

We have no minimum order quantity, and you’re more than welcome to order just one gaiter at a time. However, we do offer aggressive bulk pricing that starts on orders of 3 or more items. These bulk discounts are solely based on how many items you order, meaning that you can include multiple sizes or even multiple custom designs and still qualify for bulk pricing.

Wearing and Removing Your Neck Gaiter

If you are planning on using your neck gaiter as a face covering (especially during the COVID-19 pandemic) the first thing you need to do is wash your hands before putting it on. Once you have clean hands, you can grab the gaiter with the front facing outwards and slide it over the top of your head and pull downwards until it is positioned around your neck. Avoid touching the front of the gaiter as much as you can while doing this.
Typically, a gaiter simply sits around your neck, keeping it nice and toasty. But when necessary, you can just pull it up to cover your chin, mouth, and nose to use as a mask – and then back down around your neck when you’ve returned to your car or your home. When pulling the gaiter up to cover your face, be sure to pull it up from the sides and avoid touching the front of it with your hands. There’s no need to tie fabric straps or slide elastic straps over the ears.
As with putting the gaiter on, when removing it start by washing your hands to avoid contaminating it. You will then want to grab the gaiter by the sides and pull upwards until you have removed it from your head. Once you have removed the gaiter, wash your hands once again and place it in a safe place where it cannot become exposed to germs or bacteria. See the section below for additional information on how to wash and care for your neck gaiter when you are not wearing it.

Washing and Caring for Your Neck Gaiter

Before the first use of your custom neck gaiter, be sure to wash it. In addition, wash it following each use.
The best way to wash your neck gaiter is to simply use your washing machine; then place in your dryer on the air dry setting.
When removing your custom neck gaiter after use, do not touch your eyes, nose, or mouth. Always wash your hands immediately after removing your gaiter.

Additional Specs

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Material

5.7 oz stretch polyester-spandex (Standard) or 3.5 oz stretch polyester-spandex (Lightweight)
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Details

Custom neck gaiters can be worn in a variety of ways and for a variety of purposes. Breathable and comfortable they are great for blocking the elements and insects, offer UV protection, wick moisture, and stretch to fit basically any person.
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Uses

Wear your custom neck gaiter as a mask or covering, headband, a pseudo-balaclava, neck warmer, beanie, and more. Intended for general use to comply with the CDC’s recommendation that everyone wear face coverings in public. Not intended for medical settings nor medically rated.
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Print Method

Digitally printed in full color using dye-sublimination fabric process.
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Finish

Sewn hem with cover-stitched top and bottom.

FAQ

How much do custom neck gaiters cost?

How much do custom neck gaiters cost?

You can buy custom-printed neck gaiters with your logo or design for less than $3.50 each. Price is dependent on style and quantity. Buy in bulk for maximum savings.

PLEASE NOTE

The product is intended to be used as an accessory. The product is not intended to act as a medical device or other medical product, and should not be used as a replacement for conventional and approved personal protective equipment, including surgical masks or respirators.

CDC suggests wearing face cloth coverings in public settings where other social distancing measures are difficult to maintain. This additional safety measure helps protect others in case you have coronavirus, but don't show any symptoms.

You should still follow other protective measures as well, and closely follow the latest recommendations from public health officials and CDC to make an informed decision about the use of these masks.