I am not sure where you are reading this post from, but as of today, it is Canada Day! To celebrate, I decided to do a special The Fit Break Down along with a brand spotlight! Why? Because I am happy to announce I will be a brand ambassador for this company and have an exclusive discount code where you can save 15% off! So let’s get into it!
The Shirt and The Brand
So this is a special and really cool t-shirt from a company called “Global Clothing Brand“. They operate on Teespring which is known for supporting different causes but also to have really cool designs available with custom options where customers can choose what product they want the design on, what colour, size and more. I really gravitated to do this t-shirt specifically because I thought it was creative how they had love in different languages compiled together to make up a heart, which is very symbolic of this brand’s belief and mission.
What makes them special?
Well one of the main reasons why I wanted to partner up with them is because Global Clothing Brand donates 15% of each sale towards Humanitarian organizations such as Save the Children, Human Appeal, The PCRF, & Doctors Without Borders. They have linked those organizations on their website. It’s awesome because as a brand you want to make a profit but it’s good to see brands want to still use a portion of what they make to give back. I remember 50 Cent calling this conscious capitalism because you are able to enjoy the product you buy while supporting a good cause.
WANT TO SAVE MONEY WHILE STILL SUPPORTING A GOOD CAUSE!?
When there is a brand that has a good cause attached to it, you definitely want to make a purchase but sometimes you wouldn’t mind using a discount to help make that purchase quicker and better. Therefore, I teamed up with them to offer all of you my exclusive code: “CHIP15“. That’s right, use that code (and let me know if you do), to save 15% off!
CHIP15 = 15% OFF ENTER CHIP15 AT THE CHECKOUT FOR 15% OFF
Relating it back to the Fit Break Down, I went with the classic white based t-shirt to go along with the Canada Day theme. Of course, you can choose whichever colour you want. I went with XL to get more of a loose fit, but your standard sizing should be fine. However, this XL does fit great even though it’s a bit lose, it has the perfect amount of comfort. You can purchase this exact t-shirt here.
I can’t even remember the exact time and price I bought this fitted, but if I am not mistaken it was one of my last purchases at the New Era Flagship store at Queen Street West, in Toronto. It was such a dope shop and it sucks that it is no longer there. This hat is such a dope hat with the special strong arm blue jays logo you don’t see often, but the red to blue ratio is also very clean. It’s a hat that often gets a lot of compliments, and after seeing the details and colour blocking, I can understand why.
Place of Purchase: New Era Flagship Toronto
Price: I believe $40 CAD
When going through the socks I had, I just came across this souvenir from when I went to Banff, and to be honest I couldn’t think of any other day or outfit I can incorporate these socks into besides today.
Place of Purchase: Somewhere in Banff, tourist shop
These are the same kicks I wore for Canada Day, 2 years ago as soon on my Instagram page. I remember when I copped the Air Jordan 12 “Gym Red” it was the best 12s I have seen at retail (at the time) and great for a red based fit but perfect for Canada Day. It’s crazy because I bought these at full price but it seems the resale value went up on these as of recent, as per StockX.
Place of Purchase: Footaction Toronto, their first ever weekend opening up the store in Canada at Eatons Centre.
Price: I can’t remember but it was the standard Jordan Retro price. As mentioned above you can cop at StockX, but I do suggest looking at other sites for better prices.
The last piece just had to be distressed denim, nothing symbolic just a comfortable and super casual pair of denim that can almost go with anything.
Place of Purchase: At-Eaze, Scarborough Town Centre
Price: $50 CAD, but I think it has been marked down even more now.