Hawk - Premium Face Mask

Regular price $29.99 CAD
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©Salish.Design 2021

"Hawks are often seen as a symbol of power, courage and strength. Hawks are guardians, as well as messengers from our ancestors. The protectors and visionaries of the Air."

After attending school in Victoria, Doug completed a college course in Fine Arts. Shortly after, he worked in the logging industry on Vancouver Island for several years. A visit to Simon Charlie at his workshop in Koksilah, BC rekindled a desire to pursue the arts. Doug studied under Simon and broadened his range of work in the Coast Salish style. Some of Doug's top artistic accomplishments include a Salish Welcome Figure, presented to Queen Elizabeth at the Opening Ceremonies of the XV Commonwealth Games in Victoria, as well as a commission to paint a Thunderbird and Killerwhale Dance Screen backdrop to be used at the Lauwelnew Tribal School Cultural Village. In 2004, Doug - in collaboration with Charles Elliott - carved two 30-foot totem poles for Buchart Gardens' 100th anniversary celebration.

More art by Doug LaFortune

This All-Over Print Premium Face Mask is made of two soft layers of polyester and has a pocket for a filter or napkin for better protection. The adjustable nose wire and elastic bands ensure a good fit. Complement your online store garments by adding a unique design to this topical product.

  • 100% supersoft polyester microfiber 
  • Fabric weight: 2.4–2.5 oz/yd² (80–85 g/m²)
  • Available with black or white finishing
  • Elastic bands with PVC earloop size regulators
  • Adjustable nose wire
  • Pocket for a filter or napkin
  • Washable and reusable
  • Download CPSIA compliance certificates here
  • Download the fabric safety test certificate
  • Blank product components sourced from the UK and China

Attention! The product is not intended to act as a medical device or other medical product, and should not be used as a replacement for conventional and approved personal protective equipment, including surgical masks or respirators.

CDC suggests wearing face cloth coverings in public settings where other social distancing measures are difficult to maintain. This additional safety measure helps protect others in case you have coronavirus, but don't show any symptoms.

You should still follow other protective measures as well, and closely follow the latest recommendations from public health officials and CDC to make an informed decision about the use of these masks.