$15 for $30 Worth of Western Clothing and Accessories at Riley and McCormick Western Stores

Downtown

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Western apparel including boots, hats, and jeans for men, women, and children

The Fine Print

Expires Jun 30th, 2013. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only at 8th Avenue location. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Anyone attending the Calgary Stampede knows that clothes make the man, or make a cowboy's horse appear to be a cowboy. Embrace man’s best trends with this Groupon.

$15 for $30 Worth of Western Clothing and Accessories

Western clothing includes men’s jeans in a variety of cuts ($36+), white cowboy hats ($20+), and cowboy boots from revered brands such as Alamo and Coleman ($190.90+). Customers can peruse the store’s full collection of Western wear to build a rugged getup for this year's Calgary Stampede.

Riley and McCormick Western Stores

A duo of turn-of-the-century entrepreneurs, Riley and McCormick opened the doors to their first Calgary storefront in 1901—four years before Alberta was established as a province. Their pioneering spirit quickly led to the store’s entrenchment in the annals of local and world history; over the years, the pair crafted military saddles for the Russian cavalry in World War I and supplied equipment to Edward, Prince of Wales, at his famed EP Ranch. The grandchildren of Eneas McCormick picked up right where the founding friends left off, and the family has maintained a presence at every Calgary Stampede dating back to 1912.

Today, those grandchildren continue to leave their mark on the business, expanding the store’s reach but staying true to the traditions that made it such an integral part of the Canadian West. Their selection includes shoes, accessories, and clothing for every member of the family, including wide-brimmed felt and straw hats that protect eyes from the sun’s rays and cows’ grassy spitballs. Let a pair of Canadian-made leather boots do your talking for you, or prepare for a rugged day on the ranch or this year's Stampede (July 5–14) with durable jeans in all cuts and styles.

For those who dress to thrill