Founded in 1967 by John Nisbett in Port Hope Ontario, the family business was passed down to Greg Nisbett and a partner in 1981.

Expanding Nisbett's Mens Shop in 1985 to Lindsay, purchasing Henry Houser Mens Wear. The Houser family was the leader in the menswear business for over 80 years.

After the closing of the Port Hope Store in the 1990's, Nisbett's Clothiers in Lindsay stayed strong and today is the leader in men's clothing in the City of Kawartha Lakes. Specializing in in-stock formal wear rentals and sales, as well as tailored clothing and brand name casual wear.

 

GREG NISBETT, OWNER

Greg’s career in menswear took off in 1981 when he purchased his father’s store, John Nisbett’s Men’s Shop, which he operated out of Port Hope for four years before moving to Lindsay. After moving to Lindsay, Greg acquired Henry Housers, a reputable menswear shop that had been in operation for 80 years. In 1985, Greg started a new menswear legacy with Nisbett’s Men’s Shop located on the main street in Lindsay. In 2012, he decided to rebrand the business and change the name of Nisbett’s Men’s Shop to Nisbett’s Clothiers to reflect a new direction, appealing to a new generation of young professionals as well as catering to his existing clientele.

NISBETT'S VALUES

Nisbett’s Clothiers prides itself on buying Canadian designed and manufactured brands whenever possible to support both the Canadian economy and the men’s fashion industry in Canada. 

IN THE COMMUNITY

Greg’s passion outside of the men’s fashion industry is training for and competing in Triathlons, including six Ironman Competitions. Having a strong belief in community spirit, Greg is a chief advocate and president of Kids of Steel Triathlon Lindsay, an annual event that gives kids a fun and healthy outlet.