The 2011 San Jose Sharks season has arrived. There are plenty of places to stock up on teal and black as the Sharks gear up for another shot at the Stanley Cup.

Their words, not ours: “More San Jose Sharks stuff than you need”. Shirtique is a custom-print T-shirt shop that can be found in several malls in the area, but staff are willing to apply their embroidery skills to adding a name and number to the back of jerseys. At the Eastridge location, they have plenty of pre-printed Sharks swag on the shelves.

The selection here, or at least on the Fanzz website, is truly astounding: Sharks coasters. Sharks throw rugs, Sharks fireplace screens. There’s a location in Oakridge, but chances are they don’t have room for the fireplace screen in the store, You’ll likely have to put that and the Sharks door knocker on special order.

Sports Fever
Sports Fever is a jam-packed corner space in the Pruneyard. Though it’s technically a merchandise store for many different franchises of several sports, it’s up to its gills (sorry!) in Sharks gear, many items of which are displayed in the window. So many, in fact, that their Sharks stock blocks much of the incoming light from the street.

Sharks Store at HP Pavilion
Most of the wares here come with a meatier price tag, but if you’re feeling inspired before, during, or after the game, the Sharks Store is here to help.

SJMade sellers know how to rally local pride, and one of the easiest ways to do that in San Jose is to fly the teal and black. In the clothing building, you’ll find countless vendors offering their singular take on the standard logo tee. The biggest seller, and the virtual icon of SJMade, is the I (teal-colored heart inlaid with a set of snarling shark teeth) SJ” T-shirt.