Yes! We offer Free Shipping in Canada and the U.S. on orders $100 and over.
We know it can be challenging to pick the correct size online, even when using a size chart. If you simply want to exchange for a different size, and your original order met our $100 Shipping benchmark, we will cover the shipping. If your item does not meet the benchmark and you originally paid for shipping, we will provide you with a return label, but we will have to charge you for the shipping back to you as per the original order. Please use this form to start the Exchange or Return process. View full Exchange and Return Policy.
Outside of Canada, we ship to the US, Europe, and Australia.
That depends on the shipping option you choose and where you live. If you’re in the Toronto area, you’ll get it pretty quick.
If you live in the Toronto area, you’re welcome to pick up your order at our store located at 1004 Queen St. East. Just be sure to select the 'pick up in-store' shipping option when checking out. You'll receive an email notification when your order is ready to be picked up.
Canada Post. It was important for us to use a service that reaches all of Canada’s small towns.
Yes. Everything we create is designed and manufactured in Canada.
Sure are. Every piece with a silkscreen or raised print is printed using environmentally friendly, plastisol inks. We do not use inks that contain ozone depleting substances.
Hang dry, always! This goes for t-shirts, sweatpants, and linens, too. This one laundering practice will drastically extend the lifespan of your wardrobe.
We get it, sometimes the size chart isn’t the best measure. Send us a note with your height and weight measurements, and the item(s) you’re interested in, and we’ll give you our best recommendation. View our size chart for more help.
If you’re in the Toronto area you can stop by our store located at 1004 Queen St. East. You can also browse our stockist page to see if there's other stores near you that carry a selection of our products.
Short story: In 1841, Ontario and Quebec (before they were called Ontario and Quebec) merged to form the United Province of Canada. Our founders are a married couple from Ontario and Quebec. The name had a cool sound to it and shouted out a time in history when things were made locally and with attention to detail.
Canada is chill, so we make pieces that align with the true spirit of its citizens. We don’t want to wear a crewneck with a moose on it, do you?