Went in to purchase a pair of hiking shoes. The store was busy but a sales lady appeared promptly, asked all the right questions and quickly got me what I wanted, even steering me away from what would have been the wrong choice for my needs
A very reasonable store with relatively good selection, but only if you are only semi-serious about your sport. If you want to buy some ski stuff to go to Blue Mtn with your friends, its fine. If you're an actual skier, then you need to visit a specialty store. Skiis and Bikes on Don Mills is significantly better for the serious skier, and if you really want to go somewhere with excellent... more
I am looking for a warm jacket, NOT FOR SHOW, to stay warm, especially when its -10, - 15 C degrees outside.
i asked staff to help me out and show me their warmest jackets (price range 600$ - 1000$) ...shouldn't be a problem ..... WRONG
i was told that Canada Goose Kensignt parka will keep me warm......WRONG.
just went outside to test it out, 0 C degrees outside (and it says it can handle... more
This is THE BEST store to go and find a very wide range of coats. Before you go, you will be confused that the first floor is mostly guy's stuff and boots, and the second floor is mostly for women.
Packed full of coats, lots of variety, a good selection, and a small kid's section off to the right.
There's also a lot of ski stuff, and the range in each brand (e.g. Canada Goose or North Face)... more
Sporting Life stores are present in three locations in Toronto. The flagship store, located on Yonge Street, is packed to the rafters with top labels and brands, all dedicated to sporting and outdoor activities. Everything you need for sports like tennis, biking, snowboarding and such, you'll find in this place; from tennis rackets, ski, snowboards, to clothing, footwear and other accessories... more