The coolest not-so-official Raptors gear

The coolest not-so-official Raptors gear

In honour of the Raptors’ unprecedented advance to the Eastern Conference Finals, we’ve put together a short list of not-so-official (i.e., stylish) team gear to wear to Jurassic Park, on the couch or wherever you find yourself watching the Cleveland series.

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From Toronto artist Alex Nursall comes this design, especially suited to irreverent sports fans. It can be screenprinted onto tanks, tees, hoodies or bought as a canvas print to hang over your TV. (Jays fans can also scoop up her similarly phonetic Toranno Beisboll Birds swag). $19.75-$85.

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Kids tiny enough to wear Peace Collective’s Toronto vs. Everybody onesies—a collaboration with local kidswear manufacturers Mini Mioche—are way too young to have declared any athletic allegiances. The same cannot be said of their parents. $33.

Not only do these sharp snapbacks display an embroidered map of Toronto—er, The 6—but a portion of the proceeds from every cap sold benefits the Canadian Allegiance to end Homelessness. And it’s a good-looking hat, so you can be stylish while accruing some karma points. $26.

If you’ve always wanted to show up somewhere in the same outfit as Drake, here’s your chance. The Raps’ global ambassador will no doubt be sitting courtside for more than a few Cavs games, maybe even in these athletic pants from his OVO Apparel line. $138.

What better way to flash your cash for playoff-priced pints at the ACC than folded into this Drake-themed money clip (@champagnepapi is his Instagram handle)? $28.