Join the Million-Shield Challenge: 248,736 shields donated and counting
  • FACE SHIELD
    FOR THE MASSES

  • Only $2.99 per Shield
    You Buy 1 = We Donate 1
  • InstaShield LLC was founded by Dan Brown Jr. and his father, serial inventor Dan Brown Sr., to quickly fill the void of protective face shields. When they saw news reports of people making face shields on 3-D printers, they were determined to find a way to mass-produce shields in the U.S. and get them to essential workers and consumers.
  • FACE SHIELD
    FOR THE MASSES

  • Only $2.99 per Shield
    You Buy 1 = We Donate 1
  • • Comfortable - attach to your own baseball cap
    • Affordable - outfit your family or workplace
    • Give Back - one-for-one donation program
    • Support U.S. Workers - 100% made in the U.S.
    • Recyclable - plus easy to sanitize and reuse
  • You Buy 1 =
    We Donate 1

  • Only 2.99 per Shield
    Million-Shield Challenge
  • For every InstaShield purchased on our website, InstaShield LLC will donate a face shield to a non-profit, supporting essential workers and seniors until we hit the 1 million mark.

FACE SHIELD
FOR THE MASSES

You Buy 1 = We Donate 1 Buy Now

FACE SHIELD
FOR THE MASSES

Only $2.99 per Shield Buy Now

Million-Shield Challenge

You Buy 1 = We Donate 1 Buy Now

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Wear InstaShield™ while at work, shopping, running errands, taking the school bus or mass transit, during air travel, or exercising. InstaShield™ may be worn with a face mask for an additional layer of protection.

InstaShield Challenge: Donate A Face Shield to Essential Workers

Shields Donated

Join the Million-Shield Challenge

Orders typically are processed and leave our facilities in 2-3 business days. However, you may experience shipping delays that are beyond our control. We appreciate your patience in this difficult time.

All sales are final. Due to sanitary reasons, we cannot accept returns or refunds.

AWARD WINNING DESIGN

InstaShield recently won the 2020 COVID-Response Chicago Innovation Award at the 19th annual ceremony on October 19, 2020. Read More.