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Our Story

Created by a player for players

Possessing a passion for business and sports, Davey Moody founded Tizon Ties while on summer vacation with his family. With many sports teams providing custom team gear, Moody saw a need to round out the team look and came up with the idea to create a custom tie with the team's logo and colours.

Players at many levels are often required to dress well and wear a suit and tie to games, a well-known tradition in sports. Tizon Ties vision is that players can proudly represent their team and association with their team logo on their tie while looking stylish for each game.

Moody wants to help create that special memory keepsake for players, coaches, or alumni that a Tizon Tie can provide.

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Company Goals


Be the brand towards sports teams that recognizes the importance of building stronger and long-lasting connections and memories through sports.


Become a trusted supplier of custom team ties to sports teams across Canada and internationally.


giving back to the community

We have partnered with our local hockey association- Semiahmoo Minor Hockey Association - to donate a portion of each tie purchase to the 'Grow the game fund." An initiative by Semiahmoo Hockey Association to assist families who want to register their kids in hockey and give them the opportunity but may have financial difficulties in providing the cost of playing hockey. The 'Grow the game fund' supports families with financial difficulties and provides the opportunity, equipment, ice-times, and lessons for kids to play and learn hockey.


What teams say about us

“Big thanks to Tizon Ties for the custom Semiahmoo ties just in time for the Quebec Pee Wee Tournament. They do some great work. Check them out if you’re a hockey team looking for custom team ties.”

Peewee A1


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