About Us


Since Hogline Curlers Proshop began,
the shop has prided itself on meeting your needs.



  1. We will accept returns because of fit on any unused item for an exchange or in-store credit.
  2. Defective merchandise will be returned to the manufacturer at your expense. The manufacturer will decide on replacement, repair or no action.

SHOES: We ask that you wear the shoes you purchased at home WITH THE GRIPPER on to make sure they fit. If you feel they don’t fit return them IN THE BOX for an exchange of size.

We do not accept shoes that have been worn on the ice.

The manufacturers of curling equipment including shoes decide on repair or replacement of product, not Hogline. Generally shoes have a 1 year guarantee. 

Thongs cannot be returned.

Proof of purchase from The Hogline Curlers Proshop must accompany all exchanges.



  • As per Ontario law there is no best before date for purchased gift cards.
  • As per Ontario law gift cards donated by Hogline as prizes have a year-long life from date of winning the gift card.



Check out the new blog  for some curling equipment purchase tips, a look at various aspects of curling and even some curling humor. (click here to go directly to Joe’s Blog)

We all know how fast children grow and having to buy new shoes annually can be expensive. The Hogline Curlers Proshop will try to sell your old shoes and you get 50% of the sale price or you can buy the more inexpensive consignment shoes.

Hogline Curlers Proshop does not sponsor teams. We like to sponsor events that involve new curlers and children.

We are proud sponsors of:

  • The Hogline Ottawa Youth Curling League

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Joe Pavia – Owner/Operator

The Hogline Curlers Proshop is owned and operated by an experienced curler - Joe Pavia.


While Joe knows many renowned curlers, he’s most at home serving club curlers, rookies, children, youth and senior curlers who might not want to shop but just want to chat about the game we all love.

Joe has been involved with the curling world for decades as a player, organizer and curling commentator. He’s the weekly curling columnist for the Ottawa Sun where his Wednesday column is eagerly anticipated and is indeed available across the country. 

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