snapback hats

10 Toronto snapback hats you can buy right now

Topping off your outfit with a Toronto themed snapback hat will help you stylishly show your love for the city. While there is no shortage of t-shirts and Blue Jays themed attire on the market right now, hats have always been the number one way to advertise local pride. If you want something different than an MLB cap or We the North snapback, there are more than a few options floating around.

Here's a round-up of some of the top Toronto themed snapback hats you can buy in Toronto right now.

YYZ Snapback (Get Fresh Company)
If you're a globe-trotter that always returns to the six, this one will be right up your alley. The cap pays homage to Pearson Airport by boldly advertising its transmitter code, YYZ. Even if you don't rock a hat on the regular, this is the perfect option to shield your jet-lagged face on your journey home (or away).

peace collective

TO Cap (Peace Collective)
Known for their wildly popular Toronto vs Everybody garb, Peace Collective has become the go-to website for those looking to wear their Toronto pride. If you're a fan of the brand, but think their signature logo is a bit too in your face, opt for this simple black and white hat. It'll show your love for the city without coming on too strong.

Thank You Toronto

TO Varsity Snapback (Thank You Toronto)
Want to support the Blue Jays without purchasing an MLB cap? Sport the team colours with Thank You Toronto's blue and white snapback. Even if the Jays don't repeat their famed 1993 WAMCO win, you can still wear it with pride. Other colours are available, if you're not a Jays fan.

tuck shop

City of Neighbourhoods Ball Cap (Tuck Shop Co.)
If you loved the City of Neighbourhood's toque collection, but aren't prepared to sport full blown winter wear just yet, try one of these caps. Different than your traditional snapback, the Tuck Shop Co.'s hats have a five panel design. If you're in need of more neighbourhood-based merch, check out these equally cool keychains.

original 6

H6ME Snapback (The Original 6)
This design not-so-subtly references the six with its trend-forward, minimalist look. Not your style? Original 6 also carries an alternative design, and toques (for when the weather takes a turn).

OVO

6 God Snapback (OVO Store)
Looking for the perfect attire to wear while running through the six with your woes? Look no further than OVO's 6 God hat. As a bonus, you'll be sporting the same design as our resident 6 God's own ink.

6ixside

6ixside Snapback (6ixside Clothing Co.)
This simple black and white snapback is the perfect way to give a subtle shout out to the six. If you want to skip the headwear, 6ixside Clothing Co. has dedicated its entire product range to the city, selling everything from Toronto themed tank tops to hoodies.

waves apparel

416 Snapback (Waves Apparel)
Give the city some love by wearing its original area code. While 647 and 347 may be creeping onto the map, 416 will forever be known as the 3 digit code that best represents our city.

416co

Toronto 416 Hat (416Co)
Toronto natives and YouTubers, Lily Singh and Humble the Poet, penned the viral hit IVIVI, giving the city yet another nickname. Flaunt your local love by wearing it on your head. Don't worry, even if you're not familiar with the roman numeral reference, one of the I's is replaced by a CN tower, making it all the more obvious.

nrth

City Classic (nrth)
nrth gives a nod to Toronto by including the CN tower with its design. If you're looking for an alternative to the classic We the North cap, this might just be it.

What did I miss? Add your favourite Toronto themed hat to the comments.

Photos from getfreshcompany, Peace Collective, thankyoutoronto, tuckshopco, toriginal6, OVO, 6ixside,waves_apparel, 416co, and _nrth.


Join the conversation Load comments

Latest in Fashion & Style

Where to buy face masks in Toronto

Toronto clothing store closes doors after more than a decade

Shoppers are waiting hours to get into stores at Vaughan Mills

Lavish & Squalor has closed after 13 years in Toronto

Ben Sherman closing stores in Toronto and Vaughan Mills

Frank And Oak facing bankruptcy closing women's store in Toronto

Toronto store that championed local designers closes after 13 years

Toronto sneaker company reacts to allegations of firing staff for supporting BLM