Dangerous. That’s what people say about you. Dangerous and deadly. This must be why they keep you caged away, a Silver Berserker Mask tight around your face.
The mask makes them feel safer, as though you are truly on their side…but you are on no one’s side but your own. Even as a secret weapon against their enemies, you are just as prepared to turn on your captors when the time is right.
Epic Armoury’s Silver Berserker Trophy mask is a latex face mask designed to look like a silver or iron brace. Made from 100% natural latex, this mask covers the whole face with roomy holes around the eyes and entire mouth for comfort.
The face itself is wide with detailed, sculpted rivets. Handpainted and textured to look like hammered metal, this mask is made to look like aged silver.
Secure the mask to your face using the adjustable elastic. Customize the mask’s appearance with Epic Effects Water-Based Makeup.
- Similar in use to the historical practice of human trophy collecting
- Inspired by post-apocalyptic and the ancient Persian Empire settings
- Thick 100% natural high-quality latex skin
- Beautiful attention to detail, with clear and fine lines
- Excellent fit to the face, since the prosthetics are modeled on real people
- Requires little maintenance
- Meant to be reused multiple times while maintaining its appearance
After each use, wash the inside of the mask with a damp sponge or cloth with a mild detergent to remove the natural oils from your skin. After drying, dust it lightly with baby powder.
Additionally, this Epic Armory Latex mask requires Epic Armory Silicone Spray to help keep the latex flexible and to protect the mask against dirt, wear and tear. Spray the silicone directly on your mask and work it into the entire surface with a cloth.
Store the mask on a Styrofoam head or stuff it with plastic garbage bags to retain its shape. Do not expose the mask to direct sunlight for a prolonged period of time.
Avoid the use of all oils and makeup colours that contain any oils. Epic Armoury Water Based Makeup can be used with the mask or on the mask itself. If necessary, carefully adjust the mask by enlarging the holes for eyes, nose and ears with sharp scissors. A small slit ending in a round hole can be cut in the back of the neck to loosen the mask. Never cut into the mask while wearing it. Foam rubber can be glued on the inside with contact glue to make the mask fit better. Let the glue dry completely before use.