Beautiful Day in the Neighbourhood

City of Neighbourhoods Toques

What It Is: Repping your Canadian province or city is pretty cool – but Tuck Shop Trading Co. takes it one step further with their City of Neighbourhood collection. I recognize that toques are pretty unseasonable as a gift right now (save for those of you camping in the great, chilly outdoors on certain nights), but it’s one of the core offerings with this oh so Canadian gift idea. With dozens upon dozens of ‘hoods to rep across Canada (and the U.S.) you’ll get a kick out of the classic charm of these knit hats while showing your local pride.

Who It’s For: Your sibling, who just moved across town and wants to fit in with the locals. Your college friend, as a reminder of the streets you once owned together. Your spouse, as a fun throwback to their favourite area.

What It Costs: Each toque is $38

Where It’s At: Order online here.

BONUS ENTRY into my Bridal Party giveaway from the other week – tell me in the comments below, do you see your ‘hood on a toque? Would you nab it?

27 Responses to “Beautiful Day in the Neighbourhood”
  1. aketch says:

    For Sure! I like the Montreal toque!

  2. janicour says:

    My neighbourhood isn’t there, but if it was I would go for it!!

  3. Christina says:

    These are sooo fun!! Toronto yes!

  4. Joan G. says:

    I’m not into toques but my grandkids would love one.

  5. Heather Swanson says:

    I like wearing a toque

  6. Julie Palmese says:

    My sons would love these. I stick with hoods to avoid “flathead.”

  7. Lindsey says:

    They have a bombers one, but I might be embarrassed to wear that! So I think I would wear the red Canada toque!

  8. The Canada one since they don’t have richmond hill

  9. intensev5 says:

    My city, Calgary, isn’t there but I do like the
    CANADA City of Neighbourhoods Toque.

  10. Aimee says:

    I am a subscriber. I don’t see my town. But this is a great send off gift for someone who’s moving.

  11. diane says:

    I don’t see my city but I love the Canada one.

  12. Susan says:

    I don’t wear toques, so can’t see myself investing in one.

  13. Kim K says:

    I’m not a toque person but most of the guys in my life are!

  14. Shelley N says:

    My city is not there but the Canada one city of neighbourhoods one is cute.

  15. Gigi says:

    My city isn’t there but I might wear a Canada one.

  16. katydidit21 says:

    My city is not there, but my son would love a Canadian toque.

  17. Alison K says:

    BONUS Bridal Party ENTRY: I didn’t see my ‘hood on a toque but there are cities that I could represent or just take on the country 🙂 Maybe I would nab it.

  18. Mine isn’t there, but I’d wear a Montreal one.

  19. Victoria Ess says:

    Toronto is there but I don’t think I’d wear one.

  20. Jennifer Kelsie says:

    Halifax is there… son would love it!

  21. Anne Derkat says:

    If they had an Alberta one, I’d definitely nab it.

  22. bkick1 says:

    Yes, I would wear the toque if my town name or province was on it.

  23. cookie3 says:

    My town is not there but I’d love a Canada one.

  24. Lisa S says:

    I love toques, I collect toques.. but not all Canadians live in a city or a neighbourhood.. more customization would be awesome, I would love to see my town on one!

  25. AliKira says:

    No my neighborhood or town isn’t there.

  26. binabug says:

    Yeah my towns small (although lots of hockey players make the big leagues from here) but I would get one if they had it

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