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10 Toronto themed toques you can buy right now

Toronto themed toques can sub in for your snapbacks when the temperature begins to plummet. If you loved repping your favourite city when the weather was more forgiving, carry your pride into the winter season by donning a beanie that shows some local love. With everything from OVO merch to an American Apparel option, they're not hard to get your hands on.

Here's a roundup of Toronto themed toques you can buy right now.

City of Neighbourhoods (Tuck Shop Trading Co.)
Tuck Shop Trading Co.'s City of Neighbourhoods range has been a staple in Torontonian street style for a few years now. The line of beanies, snapbacks and tees continues to be one of the most popular ways to show your neighbourhood some love. In the frosty months to come, add one of their toques to your ensemble to stay warm.

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Turonno Toque (Button Machine)
The Button Machine does Toronto merch right. The brand often gives a nod to the city's greatest team (that would be the Blue Jays right now) with Turrono baseball tees and buttons featuring familiar faces and slogans on their product list. This winter, rock one of its blue and white toques featuring the true spelling of the city in Jays colours.

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6 God Beanie (OVO)
If you've got Drake fever, this is the toque for you. The 6 God beanie, created by OVO (obviously), is the perfect addition to any Torontonian's winter wardrobe. If you're planning on running through the 6 with your woes this winter, you should probably be wearing this.

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HOME IS TORONTO (Peace Collective)
Peace Collective has made a name for itself in the city by hocking its now famous/notorious line of Toronto vs. Everybody gear. If you want to steer clear of controversy while keeping warm, grab one of their HOME IS TORONTO toques.

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YYZ Thermal Toque (YYZ Clothing)
Planning on jet-setting this winter? Head to Pearson Airport wearing the transportation hub's transmitter code, YYZ. This toque will keep the cold away until you set foot on the plane and then keep you warm when you make your return.

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Pom Pom Toronto Beanie (American Apparel)
American Apparel's Pom Pom Toronto Beanie is probably the most readily available option on this list because there are so many locations that stock it throughout the city. This blue and white beanie will show your hometown pride in the boldest way possible; it has Toronto written all over it (literally).

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6ix Ain't Friendly (Raptors OVO Mitchell & Ness)
The 6ix Ain't Friendly Raptors hat will show people that you mean business (as does your team). The black, gold and grey toque is the perfect addition to any sportsfan's wardrobe, and is much more original than We the North gear.

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#WeTheNorm Toque (We The Norm)
Pay homage to Toronto's most Twitter-savvy city councillor, by wearing this Norm Kelly themed toque. If you buy the beanie, 100% of proceeds will go toward local charities like Covenant House and SickKids Foundation (so you'll be both charitable and warm).

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6ixside Beanie (6ixside Clothing Co.)
Want a no fuss, no muss option? The black and white 6ixside hat is the one for you. The toque, especially if you buy it black and white, will match almost any winter ensemble, so go ahead and by a multi-coloured parka.

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Pom Pom Toque (Thank You Toronto)
If you want to be more subtle about your love for the city, try this Pom Pom Toque by Thank You Toronto. The brand's name is embossed into a leather tag on this minimalist beanie, making it a less bold option than some of the others on this list. Bonus, for every toque sold Thank You Toronto makes a positive change, like giving back to the homeless.

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

Photos by Jesse Milns and clothingfromyyz, American Apparel, Real Sports Apparel, tuckshopco, wethenorm, 6ixside and thankyoutoronto.


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