First off, the pre-orders are done, thank you all so much for your interest, questions, and emails. It's been really encouraging.
Secondly, I just wanted to put it out there, because it seems some folks don't understand this;
Latex masks/gloves/feet are not as long lasting as you think. Foam latex is primarily meant for one or two uses. As an appliance, you glue it to your face, and once you're done, you can try to carefully remove the piece, but after that first removal, the edges will never be what they once were and be a HORRENDOUS seam the next time, and worse and worse every time after that, until it is just no longer worth it. With facial appliances, I give it maybe three wears.
This doesn't include the fact that if you sweat, the appliance will loosen on your face, or simply start to fall off.
Masks/gloves and feet, or any other wearable that are foam latex;
wrinkles and such will become tears in about 6 month's to a year's time. The material with dry out and crumble really quickly. Fixes can be applied, however once it starts happening, you must be prepared for continual repair.
Latex rubber is tougher, but still runs along the same problem of drying out and crumbling.
Silicone is MUCH stronger, however, if a rip occurs, a fix must be applied immediately. It also blocks oxygen to the skin, so any sweat trapped between skin and latex/skin will be trapped and accumulate back into the skin and have potential to create some serious health and hygiene issues.
This is why I work mainly with fabric, resin and silicone in portions.