The Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics begin next Friday and if you are in town and you haven’t gotten around to getting your Olympic gear, this post is for you. From $10 to $450, there are so many stylish options to get you into the Olympic spirit!

The red torch-bearer mittens are a must-have item! At only $10 CAD, how could you pass on this amazing deal? Net proceeds go to support Canadian athletes. Get them now!

HBC Mittens, $10 CAD at The Bay

Vancouver label TNA released a Canada collection to commemorate the Olympics. I am coveting this adorable crewneck Canada long sleeve tee.

TNA Canada Sweater, $40 CAD at TNA and Aritzia

The Bay’s cowichan-inspired sweater is adorable with the little elks on the front and the maple leafs on the sleeves. What’s on the back? “CANADA” – loud and proud!
Cowichan-inspired Sweater, $100 CAD at the Bay

Also from the Bay is this cozy Canadian Olympic Team Parka. If you are heading to Whistler, this is a stylish and patriotic way to keep warm in the snow.

Women’s Canadian Olympic Team Parka, $150 CAD at the Bay

Not officially ‘Team Canada’ but proudly made in Vancouver, a stunning handknit 100$ wool sweater by Granted would make a beautiful souvenir for those visiting our beautiful city.

Granted Mask Bear Handknit Sweater (made in Vancouver), $349 CAD at LYNNSteven and Granted Clothing (online)

Canadian fashion darlings DSquared2 designed this cozy fleece hoodie exclusively for Holt Renfrew. It gets better: you can meet Dean and Dan Caten of DSquared2 in person February 13, 5-7pm at Vancouver’s Holt Renfrew!

DSquared2 Team Canada Fleece Hoodie, $350 CAD at Holt Renfrew

For the not-so-sporty Team Canada lover, Alexander McQueen has provided an elegant way to support our athletes. His signature skull scarf has gone Canada-crazy with this limited edition Maple Leaf Skull scarf. Fashionistas are going to love this one!

Alexander McQueen Maple Leaf Skull Scarf (exclusive to Canada), $450 CAD at Holt Renfrew

Team Canada!