9 Stores in Toronto to Buy Canada Goose

9 Stores in Toronto to Buy Canada Goose

There’s a reason why Canada Goose is highly reputable, thoroughly sought after, and carries one hefty price tag. But it can be somewhat tricky finding a store that sells Canada Goose in Toronto. 

Canada Goose has been proudly producing in Canada since 1957 (founded, in fact, in a small warehouse in Toronto) and is constantly testing the limits in order to craft a product that holds up against extreme weather conditions. Basically when the inevitable zombie apocalypse takes place and you’re traveling north of the country, the Canada Goose jacket is going to save your life (food and water not included though).

However, with great success comes great counterfeits and the brand is no stranger to copycats. You can seek high and low for a cheaper version but these products aren’t worth purchasing and it should also be noted that Canada Goose never discounts jackets. In order to combat this, the company purchased counterfeits for analysis and found that the trim around the imitation’s hood was from cats and dogs instead of coyote fur. And as far as the insulation goes it was feather mulch, which is often coated in bacteria, fungus or mildew. There’s no sale price worth any of that. 

So if you’re on the hunt for a jacket that’s going to outlive you then make sure to purchase an authentic Canada Goose jacket. While the company is still battling a war against counterfeiting, we’ve compiled a list of authorized retailers to buy Canada Goose in Toronto. Help support the cause by sharing this post – surely someone will thank you for keeping them warm all winter long while helping drain their bank account. 

Stores to buy Canada Goose in Toronto
  • Due West Clothing Company

    431 Queen Street W , Toronto

    Due West Clothing Company is located in the diverse Queen Street West shopping strip and offers one of the largest selections of Canada Goose in Toronto. In fact, there’s a whole room on the lower level dedicated to the brand as they’ve been stocking the collection for nine seasons now. It’s safe to say they have a strong partnership with the brand and are extremely knowledgeable of the products. There’s a wide variety of colour and styles including bombers, parkas, and vests.

  • GOTSTYLE

    62 Bathurst Street , Toronto

    Gotstyle was founded in 2005 and with two stores now in Toronto – Bathurst and Trinity Street – the menswear boutique offers a well-curated collection of international brands in a range of prices. In addition, Gotstyle also offers on-site tailoring, a made to measure service, a freaking barbershop, and stylists in store. If your mission is to acquire a Canada Goose jacket (available at both locations) and to dress better (but not on a budget because lol not here) then Gotstyle is the place.

  • INTERMIX

    130 Bloor Street W , Toronto

    While Gotstyle covers menswear with ease, the multi-brand fashion retailer Intermix is specializing in women’s wear all across North America. The list of designers is vast, impressive and includes such big names as 3.1 Phillip Lim, Jimmy Choo, Zac Posen, Vera Wang, Mulberry, and more. That should give you some indication of the type of woman that shops at Intermix. The selection of Canada Goose jackets is smaller than Due West but there’s still great options available.

  • Holt Renfrew (Bloor St)

    50 Bloor Street , Toronto

    Of course, Holt Renfrew because what can’t you buy here? If everywhere on this list is sold out of Canada Goose jackets then you’re bound to come across one at the many Holt Renfrew department stores in Toronto. Currently, there are three locations – Yorkville, Sherway Gardens and Yorkdale. Just be careful though about dropping in for “one thing” because it’ll never happen here. One thing leads to another and next thing you know you’re in overdraft. At least the lunch was good.

  • Since 1991, the menswear fashion boutique Uncle Otis has been killing it in Yorkville. This shop is perfect if you’re the type of male who’s always on the hunt for unusual brands or products not typically worn by the entire city of Toronto. Brands include 18 waits, Penfield, Rag & Bone, Oliver Spencer, Red Wing Shoes, Norse Projects and much more. Of course, there’s also a great selection of Canada Goose jackets at Uncle Otis however, the colour selection only ranges in earth tones.

  • Over the Rainbow

    101 Yorkville Avenue , Toronto

    Over the past 37 years, Over the Rainbow has been offering local shoppers in Toronto a vast and comprehensive selection of denim. The shop is located in the heart of Yorkville and carries over 30 brands with an alterations service on-site. After flagging down a staff member they’ll be sure to help you find the perfect Canada Goose jacket. However, be prepared for the bag check policy. It’s totally a thing and no one’s into it. But remember, you’re just here for one thing.

  • Honey

    460 Eglinton Avenue W , Toronto

    Honey first opened its doors in 2003 at the Bayview Village shopping centre and gained instant success, leading to the opening of a second location on Eglington and a third in the west end. The store is all about that high-life fashion lifestyle (but a more relaxed approach than Intermix) by offering such brands as Wildfox, Free People, J Brand, Maison Scotch, 7 For All Mankind, and more. Honey also offers a full selection of Canada Goose jackets that’s always fully stocked. No menswear though.

  • Harry Rosen (King St)

    100 King Street West , Toronto

    Harry Rosen truly has an outstanding selection of menswear collections from around the world. And with four locations in Toronto and one in the west end, it’s hard not to find exactly what you’re looking for. Canada Goose is no exception and Harry’s provides more from the brand than a simple jacket. In fact, there’s even a selection of gloves and hats to complete the arctic gear. It is after all Toronto – the temperature is likely to drop down to scary subzero levels. Obviously joking.

  • Sporting Life

    2665 Yonge Street , Toronto

    Maybe the Canada goose jacket is needed for more practical reasons such as snowboarding or some sort of extreme winter activity. Therefore you’re probably already familiar with Toronto retailer Sporting Life. This Yonge St. store offers apparel, footwear, and equipment for runners, snowboarders, hikers, cyclers, skiers, and you get the picture. In addition to the great selection of Canada Goose, you can also find The North Face, Monclear, Sorel, Blundstone, and more.

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