August 18-20 is the busiest weekend of the year on the Palouse. It’s the weekend approximately 30,000 people make their way to Moscow, Idaho, and Pullman, Washington, to prepare for the first day of the fall semester at one of our two incredible universities. Tri-State Outfitters celebrates this special weekend each year with a massive Sidewalk Sale and Tailgate Party which will take place Friday, August 18th, from 11am to 4pm. We’ll have Drinks, Snacks, Gifts, Prizes, Fun, Games and SUPER Savings! Don’t miss it!
Happy Fashion Friday! Repel rain while you explore nature’s playground with waterproof, breathable rain jackets and vests for women by The North Face in adventure-ready styles.
Spring in today and shop our huge selection of The North Face and look amazing on that adventure!
Happy Fashion Friday!! The snow is melting fast, and the new spring fashions have arrived. Cruise on in and check out our amazing selection of Tentree clothing and accessories.
Come and check out our selection of Vans!! From timeless traditional to trendy hi tops, no need to look any further than Tri-State Outfitters!! your fashion footwear experts.
Happy Fashion Friday!!! Come in today and talk to one of our cold weather fashion experts!! not all items available and limited to stock on hand.
Kuhl Free Ryder-Lean Fit Pants
Kuhl Impakt Jacket
Carhartt Plaid Shirt
Prana Kara Jeans
Kavu Lopez Top
The North Face Aconcagua Vest
Happy Fashion Friday!!! Come in today and talk to one of our cold weather fashion experts!! not all items available and limited to stock on hand.
JOAN OF ARCTIC COLLECTION!! This classic silhouette features a beautiful, waterproof, full-grain leather and suede upper, super-soft faux fur around the cuff and a removable, recycled felt inner boot to ensure that feet stay warm, dry and comfortable in cold winter conditions. Come in today and try some on!!!!
Your New 2016 Axe Bats Have Arrived at Tri-State Outfitters in Lewiston!!!
After months or, in some cases, years, of development, the day has finally arrived to announce our 2016 line of Axe Bats. We’ll be going into a lot more detail in the coming weeks about some of the new technologies included, but suffice to say this year’s lineup is our most advanced, most balanced and most diverse yet.
Come in and check out our great selection of Sea to Summit gear!! Innovative gear for all outdoor enthusiasts. #seatosummit #godostuff #goexpolore #getoutside
A life lived outdoors has taught us to question preconceived ideas. What makes something crazy? What defines happiness? Who gets to tell us what to do? When do we listen? ⠀ ⠀
People have always ventured into the unknown. And time and time again the unthinkable has become the new normal. The North Face asks everyone to question madness. #QuestionMadness
Devin Caywood was our lucky winner of the Nordica Speed Machine 130 Ski Boots giveaway. Congrats and Enjoy!!
We just wanted to thank all of our loyal Coeur d’Alene customers who lined up bright and early despite the rainy cool conditions to attend our annual #SkiCruncher sale. And a special shout out to Pastry and More along with Bruce Deming for organizing and supplying the #cinnamonrolls and coffee for everyone, much appreciated……
GoPro HERO 5 Black
The HERO 5 Black has a 2-inch touch display to simplify the controls of the camera, but it all begins with a one-button control to power on the camera to start recording automatically. Once it is on, you can capture videos with resolutions up to 4K at 30 frames per second and professional still images of 12 MP with enhanced low-light performance on RAW and Wide Dynamic Range (WDR) formats.
Voice control has been added to further simplify the use of different functions. The camera has 10 commands in seven different languages, just in case you happen to be hurling down a slope and your hands are busy. So whether you speak English, German, French, Italian, Spanish or Chinese (with more languages on the way), voice control should understand you.
Name: Daniel Richmond
Tri-State Outfitters Store: Moscow
Position at Tri-State Outfitters: Sporting Goods Sales Associate
Favorite outdoor activities: Hunting, Backpacking, Shooting.
Favorite places to recreate: Snake River, Clearwater Mountains and anywhere steep and rocky.
Favorite product to use in the field: Sitka Gear, Vortex Optics, Salomon shoes and Big Agnes tent and sleeping pads.
You were born to explore. The outdoors are your playground. Your camera is your favorite companion. This contest is for you.
Feature your love of Adventure in our Photo Gallery and you could win a Daypack from Osprey.
We’ll select two winners from the top ten entries.
One winner will receive a men’s Osprey Manta AG 28 Daypack. One winner will receive a women’s Osprey Mira AG 26 Daypack.
Entry Period: Friday, July 15th – Sunday, August 7th, 2016
Winners Announced: Monday, August 8 on Facebook and contacted via email.
* Winners must be able to pick up prize at one of our Tri-State Outfitters locations.
Contest Rules & Fine Print:
NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. This promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with Facebook, Inc. We reserve the right to remove any photos or comments that we deem inappropriate. We reserve the right to disqualify entrants suspected of cheating which includes, but is not limited to, soliciting for votes, using fake accounts for votes, or any other unapproved voting methods. Crown Enterprises Inc. reserves the right to end the promotional contest at any time, for any reason.
By entering and submitting a photo or video, you represent that (a) you are the creator of the submission, (b) you own all rights to the submission, (c) the submission does not infringe upon or violate the intellectual property, privacy, or other rights of any third party. If you submit a photo or video you grant Crown Enterprises Inc. a royalty-free, nonexclusive right to use and display your photo for marketing, advertising and promotional purposes including, but not limited to, online promotions such as Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, sportsmanskihaus.com, tristateoutfitters.com, and Instagram, as well as in-store promotions, print media and broadcast without any obligation to pay compensation or any right of approval. Minors must have consent of their legal guardian.
- Entry Period: 7/15/2016 – 8/7/2016 at 11:59pm.
- Up to 3 entries per person. One prize per participant. Highest ranking entry will receive placement.
- One vote per person, per submission.
- Prizes are as-is and cannot be exchanged or returned for cash value.
- Winners must be able to pick up prize at our Tri-State Outfitters locations.
- Employees of Crown Enterprises Inc. and their immediate family are ineligible to enter or win.
My name is Briana Bradley and I was hired on at Tri-State Outfitters in Moscow, ID as a cashier back in August 2014. After 6 months I transferred into the clothing department and have loved it ever since! Tri-State outfitters has been an awesome home and extended family to me for almost 2 years! Not only is it a great place to work but it fuels my adventures. I get to learn about amazing products while at work and wonderful places to explore from customers that I help.
Just like our store, my hobbies are a mixture of everything. During the summer months I love to go hiking wherever there’s a trail, mountain biking (especially on the Hiawatha trail), kayaking, and stand-up paddle boarding on the Snake river. Road trips are a weekly endeavor and the Pacific Northwest is my playground.
As far as my favorite products to use on my adventures go, that’s a long list! So some of my favorites are Osprey packs. I have two packs myself and have bought two for my boyfriend because I want to “share the love”. Ahnu is my go-to hiking boot brand because they’re light-weight and feel like they were made for my feet. Prana has the best hiking pants hands-down and my goal is to own them in every color! Last but not least is Arc’teryx for outerwear! I got to visit the factory store in Vancouver which makes me proud that I understand the hard work that went into the jackets that I own and love.
I’ve been working at Tri-State Outfitters full-time in the shoe department for over 6 years. I worked full-time at the store during the summers in Receiving at age 15 until age 17 and then full-time in the Shoe Department from 1991 until 1992. In 1993 I joined the U.S. Army and served 3 years at Fort Carson, Colorado. After my honorable discharge I became a Footwear Department Head for two years at Gart Sports in Colorado Springs, Colorado while I finished my Associates of Applied Science in Architectural and Structural Drafting from Denver Technical College. I spent the next 16 years in the architectural industry, after which I returned to Moscow, Idaho to work in the Shoe Department here at Tri-State. Of all the jobs I have worked in my lifetime, this position has been the most fun and rewarding.
I have fallen in love with my hometown now once again, and now enjoy the outdoors the area has to offer even more than in the past. My favorite things to do in this area are mountain biking, trail running and hiking, backpacking, hunting and fishing.
Here’s recent review we received about Tige:
“We finally purchased a sports shoe with Tige… what a phenomenal guy!!! He knows his products well…. he could sell us the whole store!! On a serious note, he really does know his shoe product really well and other products in the store.. from the form fitting to the way one’s feet walk (supination, pronation, overpronation, underpronation… bla bla bla)… he knows what shoes to recommend and why. He is very good with customers in the way he conduct himself very professionally, with confidence, I appreciate how he treated my boyfriend and me, even though I was there for my boyfriend. Tige is excellent when it comes to customer service.”
The most exciting skis in the Industry have finally landed at our Coeur d’Alene store!
The K2 Men’s Pinnacle ski is a light weight, all-mountain machine, stock with new technology and engineering straight from the brilliant mind of Spock at K2. These babies feature All-Terrain Rocker, an elevated tip for variable and soft snow performance, as well as camber underfoot for power, energy, and edge-hold in firmer conditions. Simply put, All-Terrain Rocker offers versatility and ease in all snow conditions.
Having won several industry awards this season, this one-ski quiver performs like the humvee of skis, looks awesome, and is available in these waist widths: 95, 105, or 118. The Pinnacle 118, Seth Morrison’s pro model, has been updated with K2 Konic Technology and is suited to slay soft, deep snow. Take your pick. Any way you choose you’re going to love them.
The Pinnacle is available to demo this season at our Coeur d’Alene store. Stop and find out for yourself what makes these sticks so rad.
Upload Your Photos To Our Online Trophy Board! Win Free Stuff!
To many of us at Tri-State Outfitters, hunting is a way of life. It’s a means to connect with our ancestry and the wilderness, a way to provide for our family, and a tradition to pass down to future generations. Part of the hunt is sharing your experiences, and that’s why we invite you to post your Hunting photos to our online Trophy Board. Throughout the season we’ll pick a few lucky winners to receive some free swag from Tri-State Outfitters!
Here’s how it works:
1) Take a photo while waiting in line for Ski Cruncher.
2) Post the photo on Instagram and tag it #crunchercampout. Enter as many times as you like.
3) If your photo’s picked the morning of Cruncher, you win a sweet backcountry pack from Jones snowboards packed full of goodies!
Follow us on Instagram @tristate_outfitters and keep up to date on our events and contests.
Take a selfie with your dad and you could win a $25 Gift Card!
Here’s How it Works:
1) Take a photo with your dad During UofI’s Dad’s Weekend.
3) Tag your photo #TSOdadsweekend.
4) If our judges pick your photo you win A $25 Gift card!
5) Entry Period 9/25/15 – 9/28/15.
Name: Kate Reggear
Tri-State Outfitters Store: Lewiston
Position at Tri-State Outfitters: Sales Associate
Favorite outdoor activities: Hunting, Camping, Hiking, Fishing, Kayaking, Dirt-biking.
Favorite places to recreate: Dworshak Reservoir and Northfork Clearwater River.
Favorite product to use in the field: MSR campstoves, Under Armour, Nightforce Optics, Vortex Optics, Osprey Packs, Kryptek, Tikka, Ugly Stik, Blue Fox Lures.
“HERO4 Session packs the power of GoPro into our smallest, lightest, most convenient camera yet, featuring a rugged and waterproof design, easy one-button control, 1080p60 video and 8MP photos.” – See more at: GoPro.com
By now you’ve probably heard about the latest addition to the GoPro family: The Hero4 Session. We’re stoked to say that it has arrived at our Moscow, ID location. So what’s the big deal about it? Let’s take a look at some of its key features:
First of All, It’s a Little Guy.
According to GoPro, the Session is “50% smaller and 40% lighter than other HERO4 cameras.” Which makes it’s easier to mount, and GoPro doesn’t skimp on the mounts and accessories. The sky’s the limit when it comes to mounting options.
But just because it’s little doesn’t mean it’s not powerful. On the contrary. Here’s some of it’s best features:
- High-resolution 1440p30 and 1080p60 video
- High frame rate of 720p100 video enables smooth slow-motion playback
- Capture 8MP single photos, Time Lapse photos at set intervals from 0.5 to 60 seconds, and Burst photos at 10 frames per second
- Rugged and waterproof to 33’ (10m), eliminating the need for a separate housing
- Easy one-button control
- Features SuperView™, a GoPro-exclusive video mode that captures the world’s most immersive wide-angle field of view
- Dual mic system -When you’re filming in windy conditions the camera automatically switches to the mic that’s best-suited for capturing optimal audio
- Built-in battery
- When the camera is mounted upside down, Auto Image Rotation automatically adjusts the capture orientation to right-side up so there’s no need to flip your footage in post-production
Check one out for yourself at our Moscow location or find out more at GoPro.com.
Name: Kerry Lockhart
Years working at Tri-State Outfitters: 4 months.
Tri-State Outfitters Store: Lewiston
Position at Tri-State Outfitters: Sporting Goods
Favorite outdoor activities: Shooting, Hunting, and Fishing.
Favorite places to recreate: I’ve been hunting in Eastern Washington for years – favorite spot is in the foothills of the Blue Mountains. Mostly hunt deer and elk, although I love to hunt just about anything. Favorite fishing spots are the Snake and Clearwater Rivers.
Favorite product to use in the field: I love my Browning shotguns and Tikka 270WSM rifle. I’ve got a pretty good gun collection so I like to mix it up a bit – probably shot the most game with my old trusty Ruger 77 300WinMag. Gotta go with Sitka for hunting clothing – expensive but worth every penny. As far as fishing, just got a jet boat so I’m looking forward to learning the rivers and getting better at steelhead fishing. Great camping up the Snake in Hells Canyon, so that’s on the short list once I’ve learned how to run the rapids on the way up. My favorite rod/reel combo is my St. Croix spinning rod with a Penn Battle reel, but I just set up a new steelhead rig with a Rogue rod and Shimano baitcaster that I’m itching to try on later this summer.
Name: Dustin Boyd
Years working at Tri-State Outfitters: 10 Months
Tri-State Outfitters Store: Moses Lake
Position at Tri-State Outfitters: Sporting Goods/Backpacking/Camping Sales
Favorite outdoor activities: Backpacking, Camping, Rock Climbing, Skiing, Wakeboarding, Wake Surfing. Throwing around the football or frisbee. Kicking around the soccer ball. Whether indoors or outdoors, if it’s active, I’m there.
Favorite places to recreate: I do most of my backpacking around the Enchantments above Leavenworth. I do a lot of camping at Mt. Rainier. Climbing, I stick around the Feathers and Sunshine Wall, which is about 20 minutes away from Moses Lake. And of course, all the boating activities are done on Moses Lake.
Favorite product to use in the field: My Osprey Pack gets everything I need up into the mountains while keeping me cool and comfortable.
Recommend Pack: Osprey Atmos AG 65
Tri-State Outfitters is proud to announce that we are one of a limited number of dealers across the country to offer the Henry Heirloom program for 2015! Create your own Henry Heirloom by choosing from the 15 guns below to have built with a custom serial number! The program continues through June 13th, so pick out your rifle and create your Henry Heirloom today! *Not available at our Coeur d’Alene store.
• 12 Character Limit, no dashes.
• The ATF requires at least one numeric digit within the serial number.
• If purchasing more than one firearm, please remember each firearm must have its own unique serial number.
• Please fill-in an acceptable second choice serial number. In the event that your first choice serial number is unavailable, this will allow us to expedite your order without delay.
Download Application HERE.
My name is Carla Grieser
I have been working at Tri-State Outfitter for 18 years. I started in our Lewiston store where I worked in the shoe department. I then transferred to the Coeur d’Alene store in 1997 and became the Assistant Manager and Clothing Manager.
I was born and raised in North Idaho on the St. Joe River. I grew up fishing, hiking, hunting, and living the good life. My activities include hiking, especially in the Selkirk Mountains, hunting on the St. Joe, fishing in high mountain streams, huckleberry picking in the summer, and any road trip where I get to see any beautiful mountain ranges, the beauty of America, and snowshoeing in the winter months. When I am not in the great outdoors I am gardening, landscaping, and enjoy being with my friends.
My favorite product that I use is my Salomon Quest 4D hiking boots. Without them my feet would not have been as happy taking me to as many beautiful high mountain lakes or on as many hunting trips.
My name is Stephanie Wakefield. I’ve worked in the shoe department in the Lewiston store for six and a half years. I love my job and enjoy fitting the right shoe with the right person. Being a department manager I am very passionate about customer service and the product we carry. I love my co-workers and everything Tri-State Outfitters stands for!
One thing about me is that I love to be with family, whether it be at barbecues or camping. I enjoy spending time with my daughter and long-time boyfriend. We delight in teaching her about the outdoors. We’re avid snowmobilers and Harley riders that like to camp, fish, and shoot guns whenever we get the chance.
One of the perks of living in Lewiston is that you’re in close range of many prime camping/snowmobiling areas like Waha, Elk River, and the Blues. A good long day trip on the bike is riding through Orofino and up through Pierce and back.
One of my favorite products from Tri-State Outfitters is my Omni Heat base layers by Columbia Sportswear that keep me warm without getting too hot. I also recommend Buff rags for the bike. They help me have “perfect hair every time!”
If all you wanna do is win a pair of tickets to see Sheryl Crow perform live at the Beasley Auditorium Saturday, April 11th,
THIS IS HOW YOU DO IT:
- Make a video singing the last few lines of Sheryl Crow’s classic hit “All I Want To Do.”
- Click HERE to enter your video on our Facebook Page. Videos from YouTube, Vimeo or Instagram accepted.
- Share with your video with your friends! The video with the most votes wins!
Videos must be posted by midnight March 31st. The video with the most votes wins! Winner announce April 3rd and will be notified by email.
Go to facebook.com/tristateoutfitters and click on the “All I Wanna Do” Video Contest link for more details.
My name is Marshall Barnhouse
I started working at Tri-State Outfitters in Coeur d’Alene in July 2011, so little over 3 years now. I am currently a sales associate, with extensive knowledge in footwear and snowboarding. I was born and raised in North Idaho, so anything you can think of, I’ve done. Last year, I completed my first Tough Mudder event. I also enjoy shreddin some pow, mountain biking, crackin’ cold ones, and trail running.
Some of my personal favorite spots to enjoy the outdoors around Coeur d’Alene include, Lake Pend ‘Oreille (specifically Buttonhook Bay), Farragut State Park (for their trails), and Schweitzer Mountain. Best thing to do is go exploring; drive some dirt roads, hike some woods, you’ll never get bored in Idaho.
* Marshall will be leaving the company late February 2015 to trek into new adventures in Colorado. It’s been a great ride, Marshall. Come back and visit soon.
My name is Randy Richards, but everyone who knows me from the softball world knows me as “Beetlejuice”. We won’t get into the reason here.
As of May 20th, 2015 I will have been with Tri-State Outfitters for 15 years. I am the Sporting Goods Department Manager/Shift Manager of the Coeur d’Alene Tri State Outfitters store.
As for my favorite outdoor activities, there are very few things that can be done outdoors that I don’t enjoy. Having been born and raised here in Coeur d’Alene, I have spent my whole life participating in outdoor sports. From skiing, hunting, and snow shoeing in the winter months, to boating, kayaking, hiking, camping, and fishing in the summer months. I would much rather be in the great outdoors than doing anything under a roof.
My wife Pam and I enjoy taking the grand kids with us to teach them the joys of being outdoors, and to show them how blessed they are to live in an area as beautiful as Coeur d’Alene, where one can drive less than an hour any direction and find yourself wading into a river or carving through some fresh powder. I have gotten to be an avid outdoor photographer, and you can’t ask for a better area for a hobby such as that.
Picking any one area that we like to go to more than any other is tough. All of the local ski areas offer great skiing, and I like being able to spend time at all of them. I spend most of my time on Coeur d’Alene Lake mainly because it’s close to home, but I love the peaceful beauty of boating on Pend O’Reille Lake. As for my favorite hiking areas, my wife and I try to map out any areas in Idaho that have waterfalls, and hike in to those. There’s just something ultra majestic about a waterfall.
Stop by and visit Randy at our Coeur d’Alene location anytime!
Is your Outdoor Gear Outdated and Overused? Is Duct Tape a Solution to your Gear Malfunctions?
If So, It’s Time For A Gear Intervention!
Here’s how we can help:
1) Post a photo wearing your old, worn-out outdoor equipment on our Facebook page or on Twitter tagged #gearintervention.
2) Win a $100 gift card if we pick your photo on February 9th and crown you most worthy of a gear intervention.
* We want to see you wearing or using all types of old gear: skiing, snowboarding, fishing, hunting, hiking, biking, camping and running!
Entry Period: Friday, January 23rd – Tuesday, February 17th.
Winner Announced: Wednesday, February 18th, 2015 at noon on Facebook and Twitter.
* Winner must be able to pick up prize at any of our Tristate locations.
Contest Rules & Fine Print:
By entering and submitting a photo, you grant Crown Enterprises Inc. permission to use and display your photo for marketing, advertising and promotional purposes including, but not limited to, online promotions such as Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, sportsmanskihaus.com, tristateoutfitters.com, and Instagram, as well as in-store promotions, print media and broadcast without any obligation to pay compensation or any right of approval. Crown Enterprises Inc. reserves the right to end the promotional contest at any time, for any reason.
NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. This promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with Facebook, Inc. We reserve the right to remove any photos or comments that we deem inappropriate.
• Submit as many photos as you like.
* Prizes are As-Is & cannot be exchanged or returned for cash value.
* Winners must be able to pick up prize at any of our Tristate or Sportsman & Ski Haus locations.
* Employees of Crown Enterprises Inc. and their immediate family are ineligible to enter or win.
Hidden away in the mountains just outside St. Maries, Idaho is Crystal Lake. The clear water gathers at the top of a valley where boulder strewn ridges coalesce together and keep the lake secret on all sides but one. Getting into this mountain lake is a kind of choose your own adventure hike. Starting from just below the summit of nearby Mt. Baldy, hike straight up to the ridge tops where you’ll be afforded a view of the lake and valley, stretching out before you like a giant hippodrome. Farther down the valley you’ll find the true trailhead, and a path into the lake winding across slides of rock and giant boulders. Panoramic views of the valley below line the entirety of this trail. The trail here is short, only a few miles in length, but there is a lot of hiking to do in exploration of the lake itself, mountain forests and imposing ridges that make up the entirety of Crystal Lake’s experience.
Directions: Trail head is about 54 miles southeast of Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. Take US-90 east from Coeur d’Alene for 25 miles to the Cataldo exit (exit 40) then south on Latour Cr./Rochat Divide Road for 29 miles. There are no fees.
Location: 10 miles NE of St. Maries, ID
Nearby City: St. Maries, Idaho
Hike Length: About 3 miles round trip
The Indian Cliffs trail is only a small part of what Heyburn State Park has to offer, but definitely worth the hour it takes to make the three mile loop. This hike requires little more than a good size water bottle or hydration pack, but rewards your efforts with a fantastic vista that serves a summary of what Heyburn has to offer. The 72 mile long Trail of the Coeur d’Alenes hugs the lakeshore just behind the pines. Campgrounds, boat launches, and the Rocky Point beach are all easily mapped from this vantage point. The topography of the shadowy St. Joe River, the highest navigable river in the world, can be seen for miles in the distance. This panorama rotates away as the second half of the trail walks you across ridge top meadows, before inevitably cutting back down the mountainside, ending where it started. This small trail packs a big punch and is worth a visit by itself, or as part of a larger day of exploration throughout the parks many gems.
Location: Heyburn State Park
Nearby City: Coeur d’Alene
Hike Length: 3 total miles
Duration: 1 hour
Few sights in nature overwhelm like crashing rivers and cascading waterfalls. In time, even hardened basalt must begrudge the river its course. Palouse Falls bears testament to the fact that the river, always patient, never ceasing, wins out in the end. The Palouse River has cut its path through the gentle slopes of one of the world’s most fertile farming regions. Only a few hours’ drive from the Moscow/Pullman city centers, this small park offers easy drive-up viewing and pleasurable day hiking for those who feel inclined to wander. Watch the show from above a naturally formed Coliseum, or hike your way down and take center stage next to and atop the powerful falls. Acrophobia sufferers beware! 100 foot rock walls buttress the quick flowing river on each side. Keep to the canyon edge and you can look down on the exposed history of the Columbia River Basin, with its layers of ancient basaltic flows and giant rock slides climbing impossibly up the canyon walls. Expect the company of hawks making forays into the canyon, and prairie dogs checking in on you from between the rocky crags. For a quick visit and a little light hiking, Palouse Falls is a great place to start.
Park Hours: Summer: 6:30 a.m. to dusk
Check-in time, 2:30 p.m.
Check-out time, 1 p.m.
Quiet hours: 10 p.m. to 6:30
Hike Length: 2 miles roundtrip to falls and back to parking lot
This is a state park and has a day use fee of $10.
Click Here for Park Map.
Rules & Fine Print:
- 3 Pairs of Tickets Will Be Given Away
- Winners Will Be Notified By Phone
- No Purchase Necessary.
- Need Not Be Present To Win.
- Must be 18 Years or Older To Participate
- Employees & Immediate Relatives Not Eligible To Win.
- Please Remember Your Phone Number
- Some Restrictions Apply.
We’ve heard your requests. We know you love it. That’s why we’ve brought prAna to Tri-State Outfitters. This spring’s styles are not only beautiful, but offer the comfort and quality you expect from the prAna brand. Spring styles have already arrived at all Tri-State Outfitters stores. Stop in and see this fantastic line of activewear for yourself!
Here’s just a sampling of some of the fabulous prAna items available:
The New GoPro Hero 3+ has arrived, the most advanced GoPro yet!
Available at all Tri-State Outfitters locations starting at $299.99.
- 20% smaller and lighter than the Hero 3
- Improved image quality and powerful new features geared for versatility and convenience.
- SuperView™ is a new video mode that captures the world’s most immersive wide angle perspective
- Auto Low Light mode intelligently adjusts frame rate for stunning low-light performance.
- 30% longer battery life, 4x faster Wi-Fi, Sharper lens
- Compatibility with all GoPro mounts and accessories
GoPro Hero 3 is on Sale! Now is the time to get the Action Cam you’ve always wanted!
Black Edition is On Sale for $329.99! (Reg $399.99)
Silver is On Sale for $249.99! (Reg $299.99)
Come snag these deals and pick up an action cam at super low price while the deals last!
New to Tri-State Outfitter’s Coeur d’Alene: Saga Premium Outerwear, park-style ski and snowboard line that boasts bold colors and fresh designs.
Take a look at some of the Saga gear we have in stock are our Coeur d’Alene store:
Plus Saga has released their new Fast Food App with the Mix ‘N Match feature you can preview winter looks by mixing together different combinations of jackets, pants, soft goods and accessories before you even come to the store. Then you can share your customized look with friends on Facebook, Instagram and your other fav social platforms.
Download Fast Food App: