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Park City: Where to Shop

Park City: Where to Shop

Park City: Where to Shop

Got some money burning a hole in your pocket? We have some ideas for putting out the fire.

Get out the plastic, there’s money to be spent in Park City. Here are the best places to spend those hard-earned gay dollars.

Cole Sport
Multiple locations
For all your gear and apparel needs, from skis to snowboards, Cole Sport is a one-stop shop, with four locations in Park City. All the Cole Sport shops contain equipment for all ski and snowboarding levels, from first-timer to black diamond expert. Boot fitting is often a stressful experience  getting just right fit is easier said than done — but the pros at Cole Sport will walk you through the process with a smile.

Tanger Outlet
6699 North Landmark Dr.
(435) 645-7078
Shop ‘til you drop at the Tanger Outlet in Park City, with more than 65 name-brand and designer factory outlet shops, including Abercrombie & Fitch, Banana Republic, Calvin Klein, Levi's, Gap, and Columbia Sportswear. Check out the website for some truly incredible coupons and offers.

596 Main St.
(435) 214-7791
You'll forget all about Ikea and Urban Home after speding two minutes inside this gorgeous furniture and home accessories store. The designs span mid-century to classic; perfect for a Palm Springs home or Provincetown getaway. If you don't have the energy to haul a crescent loveseat back home, there's also plenty of bedding, mirrors, and smaller items. Don't forget to check out the online store for tasteful candles and toiletries.

High West Distillery & Saloon
703 Park Ave.
(435) 649-8300
The world’s only ski-in distillery, situated at the base of the town lift, operates out of a historic, century-old house. Tours of the distillery are available, as well as the chance to learn how to make whiskey and vodka. Be sure to take advantage of the full-service bar and tasting room. The establishment's restaurant is also worth patronizing, with hearty dishes like New York strip steak and Bison cottage pie. 

Burns Cowboy Shop
361 Main St.
(435) 649-6300
You are, after all, in the West — why not get dressed up? Browse the large selection of handcrafted hats, custom-designed leather cowboy boots, belts, buckles, and wallets offered by the Burns family, which began selling Western wear in 1876. We personally love the shop's collection of Western shirts; a fitted, beautifully-designed shirt can be found for as little as 80 dollars.

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