Pretty sad that you can’t buy CFL merchandise from the CFL website. Talk about sending a bush league message. Have a big flashy web store, list every product sold with CFL on it, and if you don’t stock it, then have it drop shipped from the supplier or team website. Create an on-line professional image.  That is the way many large on-line retailers work.

This is exactly correct and precisely what should be done.


Any silkscreening place can print it (or whatever the term is called) onto the jacket you order from them or provide them. As long as the logo has the little R adjacent and in the right place showing it’s a registered trademark
Ummm, no, they can't legally do that. Neither you nor the printing shop have rights to reproduce that trademarked image on a product. That's the whole point of the "R" - to make you buy stuff from the trademark holder or their licensed supplies.

CFL Pete

The people who work for the League have the best duds.  A few years back there was CFL logo merchandise available through the online store.  It was possible to buy black nylon officials' jackets with the half-maple leaf logo on the breast.  Also there was a Roger Edwards "old school" retro jacket with black vest and white leather sleeves, and a retro CFL logo on the chest.  Both jackets had matching toque/ball caps to go with each.  Most recently, there were toques and "Hustle" and "Drive" ball caps with the hideous new League logo upon.  That was from the "This is what we're made of" initiative under Jeffrey Orridge.  

But if you want League swag, contact the League office directly.  Maybe someone will give you what you want, just for the asking.  The CFL is great that way, fiscally irresponsible.  

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