Dec 102010
 

Top PickPitkin County Dry Goods

A staple in town, Pitkin County Dry Goods opened on 4th of July 1969.  Be sure to check out their shearling and leather jackets for those cold, snowy nights in Aspen. For men, they offer tailored clothing, sportswear, denim, shoes and accessories.  Be sure to check out their men’s shearling and leather jackets for those cold, snowy nights in Aspen.

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Manrico Cashmere

Who doesn’t love cashmere?  Visit this new store if you crave the ultimate in luxury apparel: a timeless piece of cashmere.   Made in Italy — ooh la la.

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Gorsuch Limited

Starting in 1960, Olympians Renie and David Gorsuch fell in love, got married, had a family and started selling clothes out of their station wagon.  Flash forward: they now have five successful stores filled with finest in apparel.  The creme de la creme in town, Gorsuch is your place if you want impeccable style and uncompromising quality.  Pricey, though.

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Kemo Sabe

Get your western on at Kemo Sabe.  Cowboy hats, cowboy boots, belt buckles and much much more.  Perfect for your life in the city or your time in the Rockies, Kemo Sabe’s got you covered.  Stop on by and shop a bit.

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Stefan Kaelin

Two-time founded this retail store back in the 70’s ~ a long time staple in the Aspen community.  Regarded as the leading ski specialty store in the area, they offer skiwear, golfwear, and sportswear — lots of fun bold colors and patterns (as well as ski equipment and rentals).

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