Working full time in military logistics, part time snowboarder, and motorcycle enthusiast, I have learned to embrace all situations. After a cold November day of riding, I imagined a face mask with a more street inspired look that could be simplified in every way. A mask to match our lifestyle! Cilmera is a made in USA product driven by the outdoor gentleman paving the road for diversity.
On October 31, 1950 my grandfather David Villafana was captured by the North Korean army and held as a prisoner of war until 1953. He returned from captivity weighing only 98 pounds and spent 18 months recovering from the injuries he suffered during captivity. He formally received a purple heart, and had a street named after him in his honor.
With this being said Cilmera has partnered with the Semper Fi Fund a 501(c/3) non-profit organization dedicated to providing immediate support for injured and critically ill members of the US Armed Forces and their families. A percentage of proceeds from Cilmera will go directly to the SFF to support their efforts. Visit their website to learn more or purchase products.