Portland Outdoor Store
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- 98%Green Travelers
- 98%Outdoor Enthusiasts
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- Portland Outdoor StoreMember ofBusiness TravelersLocal CultureOutdoor Enthusiasts+ 6Jul 04, 2012
After wandering through Cameron's Books, it was only natural for my son and I to move onwards to the nearby Portland Outdoor Stores. Both businesses have been around for a long time, are a little tattered at the edges, but in many ways are stronger than yesterday.
The ground floor has an extensive selection of Filson, Bendleton, Carhart, boots and other Western, work, and outdoor gear/gifts. The sales staff were friendly, laid back, and with years of practical advice behind them.
But don't stop there! Walk upstairs to the Mezzanine and onwards to the 3rd Floor and take a look at all the saddles and everything you need for your equestrian needs. Exploring this jam packed store is like peeling back an onion, as there's literally a new discovery around every corner.
- Portland Outdoor StoreMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 7Sep 30, 2013
This place sells mostly horse stuff (bridles and tack) and a bit of fishing gear. The ground floor is dedicated to western clothes and boots, and it's a good place to go if you are into horsemanship or just like dressing up in cowboy clothes. The smaller upstairs section sells English riding tack, breeches, and accessories. It's a fun place to explore and if you're into horses, an easy place to part with a lot of cash.Recommended for: