PRODUCT AVAILABILITY & STORE INVENTORY
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How do I check store inventory in another city or postal code?
If I want to check inventory for another product at the same group of stores, will I have to re-enter my Address, City or Postal Code?
Why can't I find my local Canadian Tire store on the list of results, even though I selected the right city?
Should I call ahead to double-check if the item will be available when I am ready to buy it in store?
What should I do if the item is out of stock?
Do you guarantee that in-store inventory information is correct?
No. Although great care is taken in keeping the information on this website current, changes may occur without notice. We receive inventory information from our stores across Canada throughout the day and inventory changes are in real time and reflected on the site.
CORE CHARGE & ENVIRONMENTAL FEE / FREIGHT & PDI
What is a core charge?
When is a core charge applied?
When you return the part, the recyclable component is returned to the part manufacturer for rebuilding and recycling.
How do I receive a core charge refund?
Stores will inspect the returned part to ensure the recyclable components are intact. If they are, the core charge will be returned. If they are not, then the customer will not receive a core charge refund.
What is an environmental fee?
This fee helps ensure that these products are collected, recycled, reused or, when that is not possible, disposed of in the most environmentally-friendly way.
In Quebec, Bill 60 legislation requires that advertised product prices include environmental fees and core charges. On canadiantire.ca, Quebec customers will see their store's environmental fees and core charges clearly displayed in the Total Price.
What is a freight charge?
What is PDI?
PRODUCT WARRANTIES / PRODUCT RECALLS
Products sold by Canadian Tire are backed by warranties.
SAFETY DATA SHEETS
How to Measure
- Height - Stand straight and tall, in stocking feet, against the wall. Place a stiff paper on top of your head, parallel to the floor and mark the wall. Then measure from mark to floor.
- Chest/Bust - Stand normally, arms at sides. Measure over the fullest part of your chest/bust. Keep the tape snug, but not tight. For men, this may be under the arms at the widest area.
- Inseam - Stand in stocking feet with legs slightly apart. Measure from the crotch, along the leg and down to the floor.
- Head - Measure the circumference of the head with a tape measure, one inch (2.54cm) above the eyebrows.
- Measure your foot near the end of the day. This will compensate for the normal swelling that your feet experience each and every day.
- Put on the type of sock that you will normally be wearing for the footwear that you are about to select. As an example, if you wear a heavier sock with ice skates, then wear these when measuring your foot.
- Measure both feet and select the size that is the larger. As you may be aware, many people have one foot that is slightly larger than the other.
- While seated place your foot flat on a piece of paper.
- Using a pen or pencil, and holding it as straight upright as possible, place marks on the paper at the tip of your big toe and at your heel.
- Using a ruler measure the distance between these two points in either inches or centimeters.
- Refer to the following North American and European footwear-sizing chart. Remember to repeat this exercise for your other foot and use the larger measurement when selecting your footwear.
There are two ways of determining your glove size:
- Measure around the top part of your hand (over the knuckles, excluding the thumb).
- Measure the width of your palm.
Here are our gloves sizing charts for the above measurement methods.
Mechanix Wear Gloves
Here are our adult and youth / child helmets size charts.
Curling gloves are selected based on the measurement from the base of your palm to the tip of your middle finger.
Grips / Sliders
Curling grips / sliders are selected based on your shoe size.
Curling shoes should fit the same way as your street shoes; i.e., if you wear a size 7 street shoe, you should wear a size 7 curling shoe.
Here are our curling gear size charts.
Elbow pads and glove size go hand in hand and must be fitted together. To determine elbow and glove size, measure from the tip of the middle finger to the mid-point of the elbow and add 1" to allow for the padding. The elbow pad/glove you choose should match this measurement. For example, if the physical measure is 14", the total length of the selected glove/elbow pad combo should be 15".
Please refer to above section on "Elbow Pads".
To order the proper size of helmet, measure the circumference of the head with a tape measure. Please note: helmets include some allowance for adjustment within the size ranges specified by the manufacturer. Please refer to this size chart.
In general, pants should fit according to waist size; however, if taller than average, buy a size up for extra length and protection in the thigh area. Please refer to this size chart.
While seated, and wearing skates, measure the leg from the middle of the kneecap to the top eyelet of the skate. Subtract 1 /2 to 1" from the measurement and match this to the length of the shin pad.
Proper fit affords the best protection. You can find the size chart here.
Select one full size less than the regular shoe size. For instance, if you normally take a size 8 shoe, order a size 7 skate.
Women wishing to purchase men's hockey skates must first convert their size to a men's size by subtracting one and a half sizes from the normal shoe size. For example, a women's size 9 equals a men's size 7.5. Then subtract one size to determine skate size. In this example, the proper skate size would be a men's size 6.5. It may be necessary to purchase a Junior size skate in some cases. Some sample conversions are shown here.
Measure from the top of the ankle to three-quarters up the thigh. Here are some typical sock conversions and age groups for proper fit.
Wood sticks are flex-rated "mid", "stiff" and "extra stiff" and should be chosen according to the player's weight. Small, lightweight players should use a "mid" flex stick. Players of average weight should select "stiff" and players who are heavier or larger than average should select "extra-stiff".
Aluminum and Composite Sticks
Most aluminum and composite sticks are flex-rated. Select the stick based on the player's weight for his/her size. If lighter than average choose "mid flex", if average, "stiff" and, if heavier, "extra stiff".
Jerseys must fit loosely in order to cover all protective equipment and also to let the upper body breathe. Select based on the shirt/pullover size normally worn. For example, if you usually wear a men's large, choose that size for your hockey sweater.
These are adjustable and fit based on collar size. For instance, if you wear a size 15 shirt collar, choose a throat protector that fits 14" to 18" (35-45cm).
Stand barefoot on the floor and raise your arm above your head. The tip of the ski should reach the middle of your palm. Select this length of ski.
Please refer to the footwear chart at the beginning of this section and note that all cross-country ski boots are only available in European sizes.
Measure the distance from the floor to your armpit. That's how long your ski poles should be.
USE OF FITMENT DATA IN PARTS SELECTOR
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