Canadian Brands to Help You Cheer in Some Blue Jays Win

It’s official baseball season in the 6ix! Cheer the Blue Jays on and show some hometown pride in these Canadian Brands. You won’t regret it!
It's official baseball season in the 6ix! Cheer the Blue Jays on and show some hometown pride in these Canadian Brands. You won't regret it!

Cue the Drake soundtrack: With #BatFlip season right around the corner, it’s time to pack your ball cap and head to the Roger’s Centre. We’ve rounded up six homegrown brands that will help you cheer in those home runs all season long.


canadian brands blue jays

Toronto hat shop Brimz was created around the idea of making a space for local designers to have a place to sell their unique hats, snap backs, strap backs and beanies – and they do just that. Not only are all pieces made by local designers, but their in-house brand is produced right in Toronto, supporting the local economy and building a community of followers. Case and point: Flip the brim of their Toronto cap up and you have a black and white photo of the 6.  

Image via @BrimzOfficial

Peace Collective

canadian brands blue jays

Toronto-based retailer Peace Collective sings a love song for the 6ix with their minimalistic t-shirts and bombers with city-loving slogans, like “Canadian Built” and “Toronto vs Everybody”. For every piece purchased, Peace Collective donates two healthy meals and a snack to a child in the Canadian educational system via Breakfast for Learning. Plus, you can go wrong with Blue Jays-backed brand

Image via @PeaceCollective

Tuck Shop Co

canadian brands blue jays

For when the temperatures drop in the stadium (which, we live in Canada – we know they will), bundle up with Tuck Shop Co.’s toques. Made in Toronto, the company creates colourful toques so you can rep your hood – High Park, Kensington, China Town and more, all have their own dedicated toppers.

Image via @TuckShopCo


The Drake General Store

canadian brands blue jays

Keep all your bills safe (and save them for those $$$$ Rogers Centre beers) with a ChampagnePapi clip or some other Toronto-made goods at the Drake General Store, including this pretty rad Japanese Blue Jays tee. The seven outposts across the city stock homegrown brands and kitschy products, like jacket pins, toques, and home goods.

Image via Drake General Store

Bite Beautycanadian brands blue jays

Although they’re on a trajectory for global domination (they’ve got media nods from Vogue, Fashionista, and the like), the all-organic lipstick line was birthed right here in the 6ix. They showed their love for their home by dropping a line of lippies inspired by the colours of the Canadian fall, including shades like Candied and Braised Maple. Swing by a Sephora to shop their full arsenal of shades.

Image via @BiteBeauty

Rosehound Apparel

canadian brands blue jays

Megan Campagnolo started Rosehound Apparel a few years back as part of her thesis at Ryerson. From there, it cultivated into an entire e-commerce store, stocking adorable pins, compacts and patches. Bring life to old denims jackets and jeans with patches that will bring in the wins like “Give Em Hell” and “Do Work”.

Image via @LowellMTL

What’s your favourite brand to cheer the Blue Jays on in?

Want to see more posts like this? Get your fix of news, shopping tips, sales and event information on FacebookInstagram and Twitter. Sign up to be a StyleDemocracy Insider here