Things to do in Portland
- 16 reviews
This is the sporting goods store I always go to for shoes! I love their basement discount area where you can get durable running or climbing shoes from Garmont to Montrail for $30 to $40. In fact, I'm still wearing a pair that has been paint splattered and roughed up yet the soles are still intact. Employees have been generally ...Popular withAdventureOutdoorBackpackers
- 21 review
One interesting aspect of Portland is it's role as a design town. There's a lot of creative talent here, and each time I come up I'm impressed with some new bag, leather, hardware, or other product that has been re-imagined right here in the Rose City. On the other hand, Beckel Canvas is solid old school. Its canvas products range ...
- 31 review
I came in here the other day and found a nice fleece layer. This is one of the few Mountain Hardwear "brick and mortar" stores, and although their HQ is in Richmond (California), I never seem to be around for their infrequent warehouse sales. This store has a nice selection, that is well displayed on 2 levels. Staff was also ...
- 41 review
Poler Outdoor Stuff has now taken over the Blackbox space formally occupied by Dunderdon. I walked in here a few weeks ago and was both saddened by the formers demise and pleasantly surprised for this new kid of the block. I have previously purchased a neat Polar Stuff duffel bag via their online store, and I was pleased to see ...
- 51 review
One thing that distinguishes Work Path right off the bat, is the funky yet historical looking building of which it resides. I mention this as the Historical Mississippi District seems to be in the middle of a development cycle of which new buildings are popping up and the stores put there are perhaps a little too well scrubbed for my ...Popular withLocalStudentsBackpackers