• The Hotstuff Calendar is one of the principle methods by which we raise funds for the Calgary Firefighters Burn Treatment Centre. Each month contains a different photo of one of our “Hotstuff Guys.”  The 2018 calendar now has even larger photos and contains 18 different Hotstuff Guys! The Hotstuff Calendar is also available from Calgary/Airdrie London Drugs between Oct.2, 2017 – Jan.6, 2018.
  • Have a look at some of our most recent calendars still available for purchase. Select your desired calendar year below.
  • Our CFBTS Black Flexfit ball caps are constructed with nothing but the highest quality material and top shelf embroidery. These caps come in two sizes. Check our sizing chart below for the perfect fit.
  • This is one of our hottest items for men, our classic-cut men’s t-shirt. The men’s t-shirts feature a typical high-cut collar and short sleeve length and are made of high quality material so they last. Available in black only. In Medium, Large, X-Large, and XX-Large.
  • This is one of our hottest items for women, our classic-cut women’s t-shirt. The women’s t-shirts have the low-cut collar and shorter sleeve lengths. Available in black only.
  • These men’s t-shirts have the unique “Hotstuff” logo on the back and feature a typical high-cut collar with short sleeve length and are made of high quality material so they last. Available in grey only.
    Available in Large and X-Large.
  • This unique Fire Rescue Axe t-shirt has the double-axe logo on the back which is not seen very often anymore. This t-shirt has a standard high-cut collar and is generally a mens t-shirt, but women are welcome to purchase too. Available in black and X-Large only.
  • Not a fan of the t-shirt, no problem, we have this great long sleeve fire rescue shirt ready to go. Available in black only.
    Available in Medium and Large.
  • Original and numbered black and white prints “Honouring Our Past, Protecting Our Future” show one of Calgary’s original steam engines alongside a modern day Calgary fire engine. These poster sized prints (34″x22″) were hand drawn by Gerry Bishop and look amazing when framed.