The Airgami Light Blue is a beautiful robin's-egg blue. It's a lighter shade than the Airgami Lake Blue.
Use this head-form diagram and sizing chart to determine the Airgami respirator size that fits you best.
How To Measure
Hold a ruler flush against your skin (not away from your face). Look in a mirror to make the measurements. Be sure to measure approximately straight-line distances, not curves.
What To Measure
Width: Width of the mouth from corner to corner.
Length: Length from the bottom of the nasal bone to the base of your chin. The bottom of the nasal bone is located about 1/3 of the way down from the nose bridge to the tip of the nose.
Choose Your Size
Use both measurements to look up your size in the table below.
If your measurements overlap two different sizes, then follow the guidance below:
Choose the smaller mask that fits both the width and length. For example, if width is 2½" and length is 4" then choose a Medium.
If your face is short and wide then choose the size based on the width.
If your face is tall and thin then choose the size based on the length.
Width Approximate Width of Mouth
Length Approximate Distance From Nasal Bone to Chin
Adult Extra Large
2½" – 3½"
4½" – 5½"
2¼" – 3"
4" – 5"
Adult Medium or Teenager
1¾" – 2½"
3¾" – 4½"
Adult Small, Child
1¼" – 2"
3½" – 4¼"
The Airgami mask has a patented micro-adjustment mechanism that lets you customize your fit within one of the above size ranges.
The harness elastic controls tension on the folded bellows. The greater the tension, the smaller will be the perimeter of the mask that comes in contact with your face and vice-versa.
The same harness elastic controls tension on the ear loops. The greater the tension, the tighter the mask will press into your face, creating a tighter seal and vice-versa.
Increase harness tension around the ears and mask pressure against the face by pulling down on the harness knots located at the outer harness holes on the chin side.
Decrease harness tension around the ears and mask pressure against the face by pulling up on the harness ear loops at the outer harness holes on the nose side of the mask.
Tighten to fit a smaller face by pulling down on the ear loops where they enter the middle harness holes on the chin side. This gathers the side bellows.
Loosen to fit a larger face by pulling up on the elastic stitches where they enter the middle harness holes on the nose side (use an opened paperclip or toothpick to pull up on the stitches). After loosening, fan the side bellows to even-out their spacing.