ebay. Just make sure to buy from canadian sellers (unless you're willing to pay the extra shipping).
Also, it helps to know the different brand sizing differences, that way, you know that you need a medium in XYZ brand, but a Large in ABC brand, and there are no surprises whn it arrives.
Feb 26, '07
Army & Navy -- Is there still one in New West?
Mark's -- Denver Hayes is their "house brand" and they sell Crest and a few other brands.
Sears Clearance Centres also have a selection but have been hit and miss when I've visited one.
So, for convenience, I'd say go to Mark's--good colour selection, usually have a flyer sale q6weeks, but check their sale rack and do it carefully. I've found scrub tops for $4.99 and pants for $6.99. And it has held up. They just mark down whatever they haven't managed to sell, I've even found Crest warm up jackets for $5.99.
Feb 26, '07
For cheap stuff, Marks Work Wearhouse definitely. But their stuff isn't exactly flattering on some bodyshapes....including my own.
I like MOBB stuff
Feb 27, '07
I like to get my scrubs at Mark's, Walmart (believe it or not, they have some very nice ones there) or scrubscanada.ca. Scrubscanada has a secure website, they don't charge an arm and a leg for shipping an the stuff is in my mailbox within three or four days. They carry MOBB, which has an impressive size range from XXS petite to 4XL long. At scruballey.com they sell Cherokee, Dickies, Barco and MetroScrubs. Their stuff is of the more fashionable kind, with prices to match, but they have a huge inventory and are Canadian owned.
Mar 8, '07
Army and Navy has...and yes, there still is one in New West. Marks Work Wearhouse...Walmart....Zellers(sells Cherokee)... There is a store in Langley, can't remember the name , but it is expensive. Sears Clearance in Burnaby (by Lougheed Town Center) sells really cheap ones and sometimes if you go to the men's department, you can pick up small size men's scrubs...but I think alot of females do this and they are usually sold out on the small sizes.