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This shop is located just off the main Robson Street shopping area. It has many types of cheap souvenirs like 5 t shirts for cad20, mugs, key chains. They also sell factory rejects cheaply. Quality is low. Price is low as well.
They have lots of souvenirs, and they are selling many fancy garments at a low price compared to other stores. I first purchased Canada T-shirts, tatoos, and stickers on Canada Day. I also have bought 5 for $20 Canada T-shirts when I visited my country....More
This place is filled with fake goods of low quality from China. They have face HBC Canadian Olympic Team products. The Bay does not outlet its stuff to this joint. The quality is terrible and the brands complete fakes including Zara. Seriously, fake knock offs...More
Don’t buy any tourist mementos before coming here! Found it by accident when walking up Seymour to The Bay from the downtown Delta Hotel. It looks a bit scuzzy from the outside and the inside isn’t much better but the prices are great. Five colorful...More
I was in Vancouver for the day when I came upon this store. They had really reasonable prices on several items in their store. I was able to get a pair of sweatpants that said Canada down the leg for $10. I like to get...More
Date of experience: January 2016
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