Blue Jays Winter Fashion
Unless you’re fortunate enough to be living on the West Coast (what up Dave), Canada is a pretty cold and desolate place, occasionally resembling the ice planet of Hoth.
Aside from the constant companion of Jim Beam, the only other way for baseball fans to stay warm during the long winter months is with some Blue Jays Winter Fashion. Below is a collection of some of the trendiest pieces available on the interwebs for you to enjoy.
Toronto Blue Jays Bomber Jacket
Price: $131.99 USD
Not only will this lightweight microfibre suede-like coat keep you warm during the winter months, it will almost certainly repel any woman within fifty feet.
Toronto Blue Jays Downflap Cap
Price: $31.99 USD
These are the very same hats seen worn by players over the past few years in the playoffs. Downflap caps are an excellent way to not only shield your ears from the cold, but also block out any conversations about how the Jays haven’t made the playoffs in 17 years.
Toronto Blue Jays Scarf
Price: $9.99 USD
Who says that scarves are only appropriate for children up to age nine? With this hip yet practical Blue Jays scarf, you can let the neighbourhood kids know that you mean business … right before they pelt you with snowballs.
Toronto Blue Jays Floss Cap Hat
Price: $9.58 USD each or $92.22 per lot
If there’s any place on earth that is in tune with the harsh Canadian winters, it’s Fujian China. For the low price of almost $100 CAD, you can send your money there and hope that 10 hats like these get shipped to your house. But don’t count on it.
Toronto Blue Jays Gloves
Price: $10.99 USD
When the temperature plummets, you need to protect your extremities from the cold. Save your hands and stand out like a sore thumb at the same time with these beauties. They also receive the highest honour: the unofficial stamp of approval from O.J. Simpson.
Here’s where that Alex Rios/Tim Lincecum trade would have worked out perfectly, as Lincecum could endorse these Blue Jays skull caps for all the hipsters/Fallout Boy fans out there.
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