In the tradition of the singing telegram and the gorilla-gram, PajamaGram provides a fun way to brighten the days of loved ones from miles away. Many of the hundreds of pajama designs for men, women, children, and pets can be personalized with names and monograms, before getting shipped across the country as gifts for friends, family-members, or enemies who hate sleeping. Family sets make for a cute all-clan sleepover, and head-to-toe Hoodie-Footie PJs provide a cuddly, all-over warmth.
At Vermont Teddy Bear's factory in Shelburne, Vermont, workers happily sew together cuddly teddy bears of all sizes and for all occasions, from the 6-foot Giant Hunka Love bears for significant others to adorable tiny cubs for kids. Each plush, handmade gift arrives dressed in outfits designed for almost any holiday, from a bear decked out in Santa gear for Christmas to a bear dressed in a pilgrim outfit for Thanksgiving.
Mountain Equipment Co-op gears its customers up for adventure in the great outdoors. The shop stocks hiking, biking, and climbing equipment and accessories, along with all the clothing and footwear you need for excursions in the snow or out on tropical waters. Whether you're searching for a pair of running shoes for a jog around your neighbourhood, or the tools to equip yourself for a weeklong journey through the Alaskan wilderness, Mountain Equipment Co-op is your one-stop shop.
Montreal 's world renowned and most successful family footwear shop since 1937.
What exactly makes Tony's the best? First of all, we stock the best quality, most popular product lines and offer the largest variety of colors, sizes, and widths.
The Running Room is proudly a family owned company, which originated in 1984 out of founder John Stanton's wish to purchase quality running shoes from someone knowledgeable about the sport. He opened a small one room store in the renovated living room of an old house in Edmonton, hence the name, "Running Room."
Fashion mastermind and entrepreneur Herschel Segal made a splash in Montreal's burgeoning shopping district in 1959 when he opened Le Château Outlet's original storefront. He intrigued passersby with London-inspired swaddlings unique to Canada's fashion landscape. Le Château Outlet's avant-garde style of garb for men and women drew heaps of success in the years to follow, earning one of its crowning achievements when the iconic John Lennon personally commissioned the shop to create the jumpsuit he wore during his "bed-in" at Queen Elizabeth Hotel in 1969.
The fashion retailer has since grown to include more than 230 locations in its trendsetting empire, staking its claim throughout Canada, the United States, and the Middle East. Le Château Outlet's well-dressed experts keep the shop's collection of formal and casual wear up to date on the latest styles and trends, which change more frequently than the Mona Lisa's facial expression when no one is looking.