" />COVID-19 – Fossa Apparel



We are open for business!

Updated 4/28/2020

The effects of COVID-19 is unprecedented.  We, at Fossa Apparel, are being responsible members of the community and adhering to the shelter-in-place orders.  However, we are maintaining Minimum Basic Operations as allowed by the orders, and making sure the people that are working have a safe work environment, supplied with gloves, masks, and maintaining social distancing.  So in short, we are open for business, even if just with a skeleton crew, we promise to do our best to continue to serve our customers!

Due to reduced staff and many working from home, please understand if your calls to our office are not always answered, emails will be the best way to reach us for the time being.

Please note current local shelter-in-place orders has been extended through end of May, so we won’t be back to full operation until at least after that.

 Be safe, stay healthy!

We are selling face masks!

Seeing the huge demand and need for masks as our population grapples with extensive community spread of the coronavirus, we scrambled to convert our factories to produce cotton face masks for general public use.  We hope our efforts will contribute to making face coverings more widely available, so everyone can protect themselves and those around them.  We want to remind you that face covering does not replace physical distancing or proper sanitation practices, but rather work in conjunction with those measures to help stem the tide against COVID-19.

Click HERE to see the Fossa Face Mask offerings.


We are in this together! Fossa giving back through donations

We can’t give enough thanks to our heroic front line workers, who are risking their own health and safety to save lives and keep our communities safe, and also various non-profit organizations who are continuing to do important work during this difficult time.  We have and will continue to seek opportunities to give back and make donations that will directly impact our communities.  See below for list of organizations we have donated our cotton face masks to:

  • Gardner Health Services – healthcare provider in San Jose, California
  • Tzu Chi USA – international humanitarian organization whose mission is to relieve the suffering of those in need while creating a better world for all through compassion, love and hope.
  • World Harvest – Los Angeles non-profit focused on providing essentials to at-risk communities
  • projectlemonade – Portland, OR based non-profit that supports foster youth
  • Milpitas Police Department