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Mar
16
Thu
Joules Rainboots
Mar 16 – Apr 30 all-day

Tom Joule began selling clothes at outdoor events in Great Britain over 25 years ago, he realized that his customers were a bright and colorful bunch but their clothes were quite the contrary. Since then Joules has fast become one of Britain’s best-loved premium lifestyle brands. Joules carries a variety of men’s, women’s, and kid’s clothing, home-goods and accessories. The brand is best known for their “Wellies,” which are their rain boots. Their rain boots are 100% rubber and all the prints are hand-sketched, 100% original from the Joules brand. This guarantees a unique, high-quality rain boot that no other brand on the market offers. This brand can be found in Appalachian Outfitters starting mid-March.

SECRID – RFID Wallets
Mar 16 – Jun 30 all-day

Secrid Wallets Designed and made in Holland LogoThese innovative wallets have been an immediate hit at Appalachian Outfitters. Made in Holland using the highest quality leather and precision aluminum profiles, these wallets are stylish, RFID resistant, and compact. SECRID uses 40 different suppliers to create these wallets and all 40 suppliers are located within 100 miles of the factory, greatly reducing their carbon footprint. Simply flick the integrated lever and your credit cards are raised from their secure RFID hardened case. Stop in and see our dynamic display as it raises and retracts the cards. SECRID helps you to prevent identity theft and credit card fraud, while giving you a stylish European designed wallet. These make a GREAT Mother’s Day or Father’s Day gift!

Secrid Wallets

Stonewear Designs
Mar 16 – Apr 30 all-day

Stonewear creates unique women’s performance lifestyle apparel. They have been in business for over 20 years. Their pieces are made in the USA. Stonewear apparel is designed to look great, last a lifetime, and keep up during every adventure. The brand finds its inspiration within their home state of Colorado. Within the state, they observe and participate in an active lifestyle combined of early morning hikes, lunch-time yoga sessions, and weekend explorations in nearby mountains. The Spring 2017 Collection is inspired by the bright and breezy colors and laid back culture of Bali along with the tropical coastlines of Southeast Asia. Come on into Appalachian Outfitters this Spring and ask to see the Stonewear Spring 2017 Collection.

Mar
23
Thu
Back By Popular Demand: UPGRADE ONE ITEM COUPONS
Mar 23 – Apr 15 all-day
Back By Popular Demand: UPGRADE ONE ITEM COUPONS

Back by Popular Demand
UPGRADE ONE ITEM
Upgrade one sale item from 25% off to 35% off!

One coupon per person. No adjustments to previous purchases. Cannot be combined with other discounts. Coupon must be presented at time of checkout. Offer Valid: 03/23/2017 – 04/15/2017

UPGRADE ONE ITEM
Upgrade one sale item from 35% off to 45% off!

One coupon per person. No adjustments to previous purchases. Cannot be combined with other discounts. Coupon must be presented at time of checkout. Offer Valid: 03/23/2017 – 04/15/2017

UPGRADE ONE ITEM
Upgrade one sale item from 45% off to 50% off!
50% off merchandise is final sale and may not be returned.

One coupon per person. No adjustments to previous purchases. Cannot be combined with other discounts. Coupon must be presented at time of checkout. Offer Valid: 03/23/2017 – 04/15/2017

DOWNLOAD COUPONS

Apr
1
Sat
Osprey Open House – April 1, 10am-7pm
Apr 1 @ 10:00 am – 7:00 pm

It is once again time for our annual Osprey Open House. As one of the handful of Osprey Pro Shops in the country, we partner with the brand to bring you an open house each spring. We will have our regional sales rep. from Osprey present to answer questions and help get you fitted for that brand new Osprey pack you have been looking for. We will have a Gift with Purchase* if you purchase an Osprey backpack that day, and everyone who gets fitted for an Osprey pack will be entered into a raffle for a selection of prizes from Osprey. This open house is always a great opportunity to speak with our expert staff and our Osprey representative to learn more about the packs and find the one that is perfect for you.

*Gift with Purchase while supplies last

Apr
2
Sun
Save the Dates for a Hiking Spree and Sherpa Adventure Gear Night
Apr 2 all-day

We have several activities coming up with more details to follow soon!

Hiking Spree – Starting Sunday, April 2, 2017
Our permit application is in process and we expect our Spring 2017 hiking spree to start on Sunday, April 2, 2017. As in the past, hikes will begin promptly at 9am on Sundays and 6:pm on Wednesdays. Details and waiver to be published soon!

Sherpa Adventure Gear Night – Wednesday, April 12, 2017
A special guest speaker, Nepalese food and tea, and special buy
opportunities. Details to follow soon!

Hiking Spree
Apr 2 @ 9:00 am – 11:00 am

We’ve secured our permit and our Spring 17 hiking series is a GO! Click on the link for our schedule: HIKES. You can also fill out the required waiver in advance by downloading it here: WAIVER. Our sponsor, LEKI, will have demo trekking poles available to try. Anyone completing 8 of 11 hikes will receive their choice of an Adventure Medical U.L. .5 first aid kit, or, a Camelbak stainless Chute bottle laser etched especially for our hiking series. As in the past, hikes will begin promptly at 9:00 am on Sundays and 6:00 pm on Wednesdays. Our waiver has designated starting and ending times so we can not wait past the 9:00 am or 6:00 pm start times to begin. Please be on time. We will be accepting donations throughout the series with all monies going to Trails Forever, helping to maintain the great trails within our park

Apr
8
Sat
Wilderness First Aid – BSA – Session 2
Apr 8 – Apr 9 all-day

ECSI-LOGO
Session 2
Saturday, April 8, 8:30am – 5:30pm
Sunday, April 9, 10am – 5:30pm – CPR 8:30am – 10am

When injuries or sudden illness strikes in the back-country, you may not have the option to call 911. If you are able to contact help, their arrival may be delayed for hours or even days. You’re ability to provide immediate and prolonged care in a wilderness environment with limited resources may make the difference between a fast recovery or a permanent disability or worse. Developed by the Emergency Care and Safety Institute (ECSI) in association with the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons and the American College of Emergency Physicians, ECSI has developed one of the leading Wilderness First Aid courses available. Our instructors are trained by Philmont’s own physician’s and staff, at Philmont Training Center. Emphasis is on situations most often encountered during High Adventure outings.

Among the topics covered are: What is Wilderness First Aid and how does it differ from standard first aid? First aid for a wide range of back-country injuries and illnesses including hypothermia, altitude illnesses, anaphylaxis, cuts, breaks, burns, etc. We’ll also cover victim assessment, physical exams, assessing spinal injuries, and the proper way to report information to rescuers. This class will include numerous hands-on scenarios. There is a strict limit of 12 students. A light breakfast will be provided each day along with coffee and water. Due to the wide range of dietary preferences, please bring your own sack lunch, water will be provided. You MUST be present for both sessions. Please note: In order to use this class to fulfill the Boy Scouts of America Wilderness First Aid requirement, you must be at least 14 years of age and have a current adult CPR certification. or sign up for the Sunday session. Those successful completing this class will earn a 2-year certification.

There is a non-refundable fee of $165.00 ($195.00 with CPR) for this class, due by March 4, 2017 for session 1, and by April 1, 2017 for session 2. Due to the new guidelines, these classes are expected to quickly sell out. This class includes a weather resistant Field Guide and we’ve made special arrangements with Adventure Medical so all participants will receive an Adventure Medical UL .5 First Aid Kit or a SAM splint.All class fees are non-refundable. To reserve your place and pay, please call us at: (330) 655-5444

Apr
12
Wed
Sherpa Adventure Gear Night
Apr 12 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

We are once again honored to present a night with Sherpa Adventure Gear. If you attended our last Sherpa evening, you were able to meet SAG’s founder, Tashi Sherpa and hear his moving story about his company and their positive impact on the people of Nepal. This year, Tashi’s daughter and Sherpa’s C.O.O., Tsedo Sherpa-Ednalino, will be here to meet everyone and talk further about SAG’s current efforts and its impact on improving life in Nepal, especially after the devastating April 2015 earthquake, almost exactly two years ago.

As many of our customers know, SAG sets aside money from every Sherpa Adventure Gear item sold to fund their Paldorje Education Fund. This fund is then used to build schools and provide scholarships. Appalachian Outfitters will donate a portion of all Sherpa sales during the event to the Paldorje Education Fund. We will also have a very special Gift With Purchase for the first 50 people to buy a Sherpa Adventure Gear item that evening. What’s more, we are working with SAG on the final details to sponsor a child. Soon, when you purchase SAG items from Appalachian Outfitters, you’ll be directly helping a child in Nepal achieve their dream of a quality education in a clean, safe school. We hope to have all the sponsorship details in place by the evening of the event.

We will be serving traditional Nepalese food samples provided by Sherpa, along with traditional tea. Seating is limited and expected to fill up quickly so please R.S.V.P. by calling the store at (330) 655-5444.

May
20
Sat
Wilderness First Aid – BSA 16 Hour
May 20 – May 21 all-day

Saturday, May 20, 8:30am – 5:30pm
Sunday, May 21, 10am – 5:30pm
CPR – Sunday, May 21, 8:30am – 10am

When injuries or sudden illness strikes in the back-country, you may not have the option to call 911. If you are able to contact help, their arrival may be delayed for hours or even days. You’re ability to provide immediate and prolonged care in a wilderness environment with limited resources may make the difference between a fast recovery or a permanent disability or worse. Developed by the Emergency Care and Safety Institute (ECSI) in association with the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons and the American College of Emergency Physicians, ECSI has developed one of the leading Wilderness First Aid courses available. Our instructors are trained by Philmont’s own physician’s and staff, at Philmont Training Center. Emphasis is on situations most often encountered during High Adventure outings.

Among the topics covered are: What is Wilderness First Aid and how does it differ from standard first aid? First aid for a wide range of back-country injuries and illnesses including hypothermia, altitude illnesses, anaphylaxis, cuts, breaks, burns, etc. We’ll also cover victim assessment, physical exams, assessing spinal injuries, and the proper way to report information to rescuers. This class will include numerous hands-on scenarios. There is a strict limit of 12 students. A light breakfast will be provided each day along with coffee and water. Due to the wide range of dietary preferences, please bring your own sack lunch, water will be provided. You MUST be present for both sessions. Please note: In order to use this class to fulfill the Boy Scouts of America Wilderness First Aid requirement, you must be at least 14 years of age and have a current adult CPR certification. or sign up for the Sunday session. Those successful completing this class will earn a 2-year certification.

There is a non-refundable fee of $165.00 ($195.00 with CPR) for this class, due by May 13th. Due to the new guidelines, these classes are expected to quickly sell out. This class includes a weather resistant Field Guide and we’ve made special arrangements with Adventure Medical so all participants will receive an Adventure Medical UL .5 First Aid Kit or a SAM splint. All class fees are non-refundable. To reserve your place and pay, please call us at: (330) 655-5444.

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