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The Oviedo family has been carving native woods since 1739...
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Like a dry goods store from a different era, this manly outfitter stocks Woolrich shirts, Stetsons and lots of denim. They have a big selection of top-quality hats, which, like everything else here, are made to last.
A Colorado Springs institution for decades now, Poor Richard's , owned by local politico Richard Skorman, is a unique one-stop combo shopping experience, with four very different businesses under one roof.
Friendly little gallery that sells work by regional artists, and still holds a few of Carrizozo’s herd of Painted Burros (if you ever saw the Cow Parades of Chicago and New York, you’ll know what to expect).
An extensive collection of adult and children's books about the canyon, as well as canyon prints and T-shirts. The store is run by the Grand Canyon Association, which supports education and research at the park.
The hand-picked selection of women’s shoes, skirts and accessories makes Scarpe the best clothing boutique in town. Things here feel timeless, designed by a fleet of names that includes a good number of locals.
This full-service outfitter is a godsend in Lake City. It rents camping and fishing gear and bikes, with cheaper rates after the first night. They offer tons of local information and lead trips into the area.
In a second-floor loft at the northeast corner of the Plaza, Shiprock has an extraordinary collection of Navajo rugs. Run by a fifth-generation Indian country trader, the vintage pieces are the real deal.
Thirty miles west of Window Rock in the town of Ganado, this is the oldest operating trading post on the Navajo Nation. Local artisans sell local crafts and jewelry, including top-quality Navajo weavings.
A cluster of several independent stores, including a hip novelty shop, a wine merchant and a few stylish indie boutiques, occupies this two-floor space. Local musicians often liven up the open hall space.
This being an old hippie town, you'll need a one-stop shop for your earthy threads, rain sticks and toe rings. This is it, and it's a life-affirming browse packed with sustainable and free-trade gear.
Can't get enough of Cirque du Soleil and the Fab Four? Swing inside this themed boutique for colorful souvenirs like T-shirts and buttons, musical CDs and rare autographed Beatles memorabilia.
Shop here for anything high-end outdoorsy, from a GPS unit to a fleece. It’s also a good place to pick up information, and has a website packed with details about where to hike, climb, bike and camp.
In big yard to the south of Montrose, Tracy's has a hotch-potch of vintage items and Americana from old snowshoes to retro furniture. There are bargains to be had for things you don't really need.
This gallery specializes in exquisite 20th-century ceramic pieces from the Pueblo pottery renaissance, and also sells rugs, kachinas and other artifacts produced by Southwestern Indian artisans.
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