Would you wear a TransLink t-shirt?

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Just in time for the holidays, TransLink has released a line of merchandise ranging from t-shirts, to reusable water bottles and retro-style beach towels.

 

TransLink
Photo courtesy TransLink online store

Here’s something pretty random for your holiday wish-list: TransLink swag!

Earlier today, TransLink launched a line of apparel and gifts from their new online store. The unexpected move from the Transportation Authority has garnered mixed reviews, but we think some of the offerings are actually pretty cool.

TransLink
Photo courtesy TransLink online store

The limited-edition merchandise includes a TransLink system map shower curtain, mini SeaBus scale model, art pillows, mugs and t-shirts galore.

TransLink
Photo courtesy TransLink online store
TransLink
Photo courtesy TransLink online store

So even though you may not be satisfied with SkyTrain wait times, maybe a matte blue SeaBus water bottle will make up for it.

Browse all the new TransLink merch HERE.

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Adam Nanji is the Content Manager at Vancouver Is Awesome. When he’s not scouring the city for awesome news, he performs as ¼ of local band, Belle Game. Adam grew up in Vancouver and earned a degree in Cultural Studies with a double minor in Communication and Gender Studies from McGill University. He’s the co-owner of Fine Print Media, where he has executed social media strategies for TELUS STORYHIVE and LG 104.3.

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