We've compiled a list of online stores where you can buy Toronto Argonauts apparel (and more!). Below is a rundown of online shops that sell Toronto Argos merchandise.
Now that MLSE own the team, Real Sports is the club-owned outlet for Argos apparel. This is likely your best bet for the widest selection of fan gear, from jerseys, special collections, jackets, hoodies, caps, toques and more. Also, the latest designs (for example, the revamped boat logo!) will be available here first.
We were hesitant to put Amazon on this list, as there appears to be counterfeit items on Amazon. But, after further investigation, there are - indeed - legitimate brands with legitimate Argos gear and memorabilia. You'll find caps, t-shirts, toques, flags, socks, gloves, scarves, replica grey cup rings (!), jerseys, books, autographed items, football cards - and more.
Here are some places to start when searching for legitimate Argos gear:
SportBuff recently began stocking some Argos boat logo hoodies that can't be found anywhere else online, it seems. Along with hoodies you'll also find t-shirts, caps and replica jerseys. It's worth a visit to see what they have.
Sport Chek has likely the second best selection online for Toronto Argonauts apparel. Here you can find some apparel items that aren't available from Real Sports or other outlets. T-Shirts, hats and hoodies make up most of the selection, with a few jerseys as well. This store is definitely worth checking out.
What? Yes, Canadian Tire - the everything store - has Toronto Argonauts merchandise. While you get the odd t-shirt and such, the main way this selection differs is that they have a decent amount of glassware, mugs - and things like signs and car flags. It's worth a look if you're looking for non-apparel items.
Walmart joins Canadian Tire in 'everything stores' that sell Toronto Argos gear. For the most part, the selection isn't great, but if you just want the Argos logo on a shirt, hoodie or hat, the price might be right. That said, depending on when you visit, you may also see some additional items from third-party sellers. This gets a bit interesting, as you may find things like autographed footballs, jerseys, cards and more. It's worth the click to see what is available.
Up for something retro? Etsy is a good bet. Here you'll definitely find some unique merchandise and clothing.
eBay has a crazy amount of retro Argos merchandise. Old jerseys, mugs, bobbleheads, programs, cards, pennants, flags, banners, helmets, t-shirts, hats, bags, rings, coins, signed memorabilia and much (much) more.