Shinola Is Closing its Toronto Flagship Store

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Just when we thought the coast was clear, another retailer will be shuttering its doors ahead of the the New Year.

According to a user on RedFlagDeals, popular watch and leather goods brand, Shinola, will allegedly be closing its only Toronto store by the end of the year.

Right now, shoppers can expect to find up to 80% off at the unadvertised Shinola Toronto store closing sale.

The Detroit-based brand opened the flagship store on Ossington in the summer of 2016. At the time, it was Shinola’s 16th global brick-and-mortar store and the brand’s first-ever Canadian store.

It stands at 1,800-square-feet and features watches, bicycles, leather goods, and journals, which are dwindling according to staff that spoke with BlogTO.

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While the brand’s CEO says that sales are “growing by double digits,” the company has been shuttering stores across the globe.

Shinola has recently closed locations in Miami, L.A., New York, and Portland. However, the brand did opened a branded boutique hotel in New York earlier this year.

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Take advantage of the sale before it’s too late.

While the store was reportedly meant slated to stay open until December 28, the same staff that spoke with BlogTO say that Shinola Toronto store closing sale could end as early as December 26.

Visit Shinola on the corner of Queen St. West and Ossington Ave. at 1000 Queen St. West in Toronto.

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