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Are you planning on visiting Canada soon? And is Toronto on your list of places to visit? Here are some great basketball stores in Toronto to expand your collection and find your next great sneakers.

Air Jordan Store

The Jordan Store in Toronto started out as a pop-up store during the All-Star weekend in Toronto back in 2016. This was only the second Jordan store in North America. The store has the possibility to customize all the available gear. Furthermore, there are 30 pairs of original Jordan’s displayed behind glass, for all the customers to see. And the store even has an athletic training facility on one of the floors.

306 Yonge Street

Exclucity

This store once started in a basement, but now they are a great source for sneakers, basketball shoes, streetwear clothing and even some basketball apparel. Furthermore, the store has several lighted shelves, which makes for an even more interesting display of the (rare) sneakers you can find in the store.

552 Queen Street West

House of Hoops

House of Hoops is always a good choice when you are looking for new basketball gear. And, luckily, Toronto is the home of such a store, as it has one of 178 House of Hoops stores. The name says it all, the store has a wide range of basketball shoes and apparel to choose from.

300 Borough Drive

Real Sports Apparel

This store only carries apparel from the Toronto Raptors, but they have a very wide selection to choose from. Instead of only being able to choose from one or two players per team, here you can get a jersey of every Raptors player you want. Furthermore, they have a great collection of hoodies and t-shirts, for example ‘Mitchell & Ness North Over Everything Hoodies’. And if you are a fan of the G-League team of Toronto, the Raptors 905, the Maple Leaves and/or the Toronto FC, you are in the right place as well. 

50 Bay Street

Are you planning on visiting Canada soon? And is Toronto on your list of places to visit? Here are some great basketball stores in Toronto to expand your collection and find your next great sneakers.

Air Jordan Store

The Jordan Store in Toronto started out as a pop-up store during the All-Star weekend in Toronto back in 2016. This was only the second Jordan store in North America. The store has the possibility to customize all the available gear. Furthermore, there are 30 pairs of original Jordan’s displayed behind glass, for all the customers to see. And the store even has an athletic training facility on one of the floors.

306 Yonge Street

Exclucity

This store once started in a basement, but now they are a great source for sneakers, basketball shoes, streetwear clothing and even some basketball apparel. Furthermore, the store has several lighted shelves, which makes for an even more interesting display of the (rare) sneakers you can find in the store.

552 Queen Street West

House of Hoops

House of Hoops is always a good choice when you are looking for new basketball gear. And, luckily, Toronto is the home of such a store, as it has one of 178 House of Hoops stores. The name says it all, the store has a wide range of basketball shoes and apparel to choose from.

300 Borough Drive

Real Sports Apparel

This store only carries apparel from the Toronto Raptors, but they have a very wide selection to choose from. Instead of only being able to choose from one or two players per team, here you can get a jersey of every Raptors player you want. Furthermore, they have a great collection of hoodies and t-shirts, for example ‘Mitchell & Ness North Over Everything Hoodies’. And if you are a fan of the G-League team of Toronto, the Raptors 905, the Maple Leaves and/or the Toronto FC, you are in the right place as well. 

50 Bay Street

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