Provincial Partners

 Want to check out our products in person?  Stop by one of our retailers! 


Growing Co. is a kids eco-boutique founded in Calgary, AB in 2018. They offer a growing selection of Canadian/locally made, organic, sustainable and eco-friendly products and gifts for babies and children (0 months - 11 years). We are so happy to say they carry a great selection of Alberta Apparel gear for our little ones. 
Located inside Rosso Coffee Roasters at Studio Bell in Calgary, the NMC Shop has lots of local goodies for any occasion. If you are visiting the National Music Centre, make sure you stop in!


Homegrown was born out of a love for locally made products and a desire to have Alberta’s best easily accessible in Airdrie. They have found all the essential items for your pantry, bathroom, and closet – all made in Alberta!


No Boundaries is located at the Calgary International Airport.  We are so excited to have Alberta Apparel sold along with other top outdoor brands at this location.  No Boundaries is ready to outfit the adventurer in all of us. 


Flying through the Edmonton International Airport? Stop into Outdoor Edmonton for urban outdoor clothing and accessories for active living. We are thrilled to have Alberta Apparel sold at this great spot! 



Village Brewery is a Calgary based Brewery making some of the tastiest beer around and they are all about supporting local artists! Alberta Apparel has their signature Provincial Pint Trucker hat and Provincial Pint tees in store, so go grab a pint and check out their retail store!



Steeling Home is a flagship store on 17 Avenue SW, in the heart of the Red Mile. They carry a vast array of products for the home, and some of those include our YYC hats, and our Alberta Trucker hats series. Stop in the next time you're on 17th Ave!



stuff4him is a new boutique store in the Beltline area run by Spencer Schmick. They are carrying a small quantity of our popular hats. Get them while they're still there!

The Buffalo Nations Luxton Museum recently saw our bison hats and immediately wanted to partner with Alberta Apparel. The museum displays a wealth of native arts and daily life. It is a cultural display that celebrates the richness, diversity, continuity and, above all, the resilience of the native peoples of this area. When in Banff next, please visit them!



The Mountain Mercantile (Twelve21) story is a simple one. Their passion is the world of the fun, the unique, and the funky. You never really know what you'll find in the store from one day to the next! They fill the shelves of Twelve21 with hand-made products by Canadian artisans, many of which speak to the mountain landscape that defines them. Twelve12 deals with small, Canadian-run businesses that source most of their products in Canada.



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