Arc'teryx Whistler

Arc'teryx is another Vancouver based outdoor clothing and sporting goods company that has spread throughout the world.  Insanely high quality, beautiful designs as well as a lifetime warranty ensures Arc'teryx a spot on the pinnacle of outdoor recreation gear retailers.  The unusual name comes from the earliest known bird, the Archaeopteryx.  The Arc'teryx logo is based on the most complete skeleton in the fossil record.

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The Clearance Centre

The Whistler Clearance Centre is an oasis of bargains in a town known for high prices.  All quality, brand names at half price.  Everything is always on sale and though a small store, it is packed with a great selection.  You will find amazing bargain prices on tons of athletic gear.  Amazing brands including: Nitro, Westbeach, M3, Billabong, Swany, Sierra Designs, Dakine, Section, Scott, Bern, Technine, Smith, Ogio, Lamar and more!

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Columbia

The Columbia store in Whistler Village is a great place to look for high quality outerwear and outdoor gear.  They stock a wide selection of men’s and women’s jackets to shield you from elements.  Tucked in next to Avalanche Pizza on the Village Stroll in Village Centre, Columbia is convenient and easy to find.  Columbia's passion, and understanding of people who love the great outdoors has...

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Eddie Bauer

The Eddie Bauer in Whistler is a huge, 2500 square foot outdoor gear and clothing store.  This store showcases Eddie Bauer's recent shift back to its roots with more technical gear and less fashion clothing.  With hundreds of stores worldwide and headquartered in Bellevue, Washington, Eddie Bauer is in a stage of regeneration.  After a tumultuous decade of decline, the company filed...

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Escape Route

Escape Route is a proper hiking store with a fairly good selection of stoves, packs, shoes, fuel, ropes, crampons, snowshoes, etc.  You should always be able to find what you are looking for.  The store is somewhat small though as compared to the big city stores but the staff is very knowledgeable and helpful and walls stacked with amazing gear. 

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Excess Backcountry

Excess Backcountry is A great hiking store in the middle of the action in Whistler Village.  Located in Village Centre just steps from the base of Whistler Mountain, they carry a ton of hiking gear as well as ski touring gear.  They carry some different brands of gear than Escape Route does, which is great as they complement each other rather than compete.

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Foot Locker

Foot Locker has the widest selection of sport shoes in Whistler.  They cover every style you could think of.  From skate shoes to hiking boots, from running shoes to basketball shoes, they have it all.  Along with footwear they carry a wide selection of sport shirts, shorts and plenty of athletic wear.

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Helly Hansen

Helly Hansen is a world renowned retailer of ski and snowboard equipment and clothing.  They have two stores in Whistler Village, one in the Westin and the other in Village Centre just past the overpass over Village Gate Blvd.  Helly Hansen is a Norwegian textile producer and fashion label founded in 1877 by Helly Juel Hansen in Norway.

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Lululemon Whistler

Lululemon is a Canadian athletic apparel retailer with one of its best locations in Whistler.  Just steps from the base of Whistler Mountain, this relatively new store has become one of the busiest Lululemon's in the world.  Yoga inspired athletic apparel and technical athletic apparel that took the world by storm in the early 2000's.  Lululemon is based out of Vancouver and has hundreds of retail locations worldwide.  

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McCoo's Whistler

McCoo's is a true local's store.  Back in the 80's two locals, George McConkey and Jeff Coombs opened a gear store in Whistler, which at the time unknown and hardly developed.  McCoo's expanded to two stores in the coming years, with the addition of McCoo's Too in 1995.  In 2010 they added a third store with the partnership with Rip Curl.

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The North Face

For over 40 years, The North Face has provided an authentic solution to the real needs of athletes.  Named for the coldest, most unforgiving side of a mountain. They have helped explorers reach the most unfathomable heights of the Himalayas. But The North Face® legend begins, ironically, on a beach. More precisely, San Francisco's North Beach neighborhood, at an altitude of only 150 feet above sea level...

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Patagonia Whistler

Patagonia grew out of a small company that made tools for climbers.  Alpinism remains at the heart of a worldwide business that still makes clothes for climbing – as well as for skiing, snowboarding, surfing, fly fishing, paddling and trail running.  Patagonia Whistler is a remarkable store with a bright and beautiful display of outdoor gear and clothing.

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Peak Performance

The Peak Performance brand was established in 1986 in Are, Sweden and has built a global reputation for quality and design.  Peak Performance offers technically advanced and innovative ski wear along with outdoor, golf and training apparel, and timeless casual wear. 

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Salomon Whistler

The Salomon Store is Whistler's official and largest provider of Salomon mountain sports goods and equipment.  Salomon is very well located just steps from the base of Whistler Mountain in Pan Pacific Whistler Mountainside.  They have a beautiful selection of outdoor clothing and equipment for both summer and winter sports.

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Showcase

Showcase has always been an innovator, and the eternal focal point of the local snowboard community.  Featuring the best in hardgoods and fashion forward clothing, expert boot fitters and an in-store tuning centre, Showcase is the one-stop shop for all your riding needs and après comfort. 

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Source for Sports

Sportstop Source for Sports is a great store with a huge selection of sporting goods.  Where most stores in Whistler stick to certain sports, Sportstop covers almost every sport you could think of.

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