Coast to Coast Gift Set

$70.00 $77.00
(You save $7.00 )
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Support Indigenous artists from coast to coast when you purchase this bundle which features artwork by west coast First Nations Komoyue and Tlingit artist Corrine Hunt and Ontario Ojibwe artist Donald Chretien.  This is the ultimate do-good package: your purchase supports the work of Indigenous artists, gives back to the Harvest Project and supports small business.  So mask up and look cool while you do! 

This bundle includes:

  • Quinn - a unisex frame that can be worn casually or to dress up a look.  Quinn features a sleek killer whale design by Corrine Hunt This gift pack features the matte tortoise version but substitution to black is an option if you advise us in advance and we have stock. These glasses have high quality spring hinges for exceptional durability and comfort.  Impact and scratch resistant acrylic lenses- UV400. Microfiber eyeglass pouch also included
  • Donald Chretien Mask prepack – These vibrant non-medical microfiber face masks have been super popular and are very comfortable. This package includes our initial launch of Donald Chretien masks. For more specifics on these masks,  see details here
    • Tree of Life
    • Bear Doodem
    • Turtle
    • Spirit of the Story


Save  $7 AND we will donate $10 to Harvest Project when you choose this bundle!


Harvest Project is a community-based urban relief registered Canadian charity serving Metro-Vancouver’s North Shore that reaches out to families and individuals who are experiencing extreme challenges with family break-downs, illness, job loss, and poverty.

Extending a Hand Up, Not a Hand-Out








We guarantee our sunglasses to be free of manufacturing defects and accept any defective item for refund or exchange within 6 months of purchase. Masks are non-returnable and non-refundable for sanitary reasons.
Corrine Hunt; Donald Chretien


  • 5
    Fantastic masks

    Posted by Mike on 13th Sep 2020

    I wanted something that adds some "flavour" compared to the mono-colour masks that also reflected some of the First Nations influence on our country. The mask were perfect to do that. They fit well and are comfortable. The sunglasses were a nice bonus as far as I was concerned.