Echo Errand Gloves

IMAGE COURTESY OF: Echo

ounded in 1923 by Edgar and Theresa Hyman in New York City, Echo has been creating colorful scarves and fashion accessories for almost 100 years.

Today, the company is responding to the needs of its customers during the COVID-19 pandemic and has created a new line of gloves, The Echo Errand Glove, in a super lightweight, breathable fabric (90% polyester, 10% cotton). The gloves are machine washable and can help protect your hands when out shopping.

The two versions come with or without the Echo Touch®, the technology that allows you to operate touchscreen devices while wearing the gloves.

A donation of $5 for each unit sold will be given to Feeding America’s COVID-19 Response Fund which helps food banks across the country as they support communities impacted by the pandemic.

In addition to the Errand Gloves, Echo is selling a line of washable cotton masks with a moldable nose bar, adjustable ear straps and a pocket engineered to secure a PM 2.5 filter and avoid awkward gaps. (These masks are not intended for medical use.)

DID YOU KNOW
Feeding America is the nation’s largest domestic hunger-relief organization. Thanks to donations and support from businesses, government organizations and individuals, the Feeding America network of food banks, pantries and meal programs serve virtually every community in the United States — 40 million people, including 12 million children and 7 million seniors.

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