Shopping in Blue Ash


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  • Benchmark Outfitters
    The Benchmark Outfitter equips customers with element-tested adventure gear, packing caravans with accessories ranging from sleeping bags to outdoor attire. Ladies surmount Mother Nature’s challenges enrobed in a cotton North Face logo tee ($20) and Patagonia lightweight bottoms ($45) with fast-drying, moisture-attacking polyester fabric. A men's multifunctional friction belt ($20) keeps pants in place and doubles as a lash strap during climbs or lasso during duels with wild cowboys. To lug all your gear with ease, fasten on a Burton Treble Yell pack ($34.95), which has room for a laptop, water, or drums full of trail mix. Adventures also find seasonal paraphernalia tucked within the shop’s confines, with skis for winter’s snows, tents for summer’s sun, and nets for spring’s leprechaun hunts.
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    9525 Kenwood Road
    Cincinnati, OH US
  • Point Blank Range & Gun Shop
    The Range Cincy West's indoor range has 10 25-yard handgun lanes and 10 50-yard rifle lanes Blue Ash's indoor range has 16 25-yard handgun lanes and 4 25-yard rifle lanes Rifle ranges accommodate firearms up to .308 caliber at all times; Cincy West can accommodate calibers up to .50 BMG The Rentals Both locations rent over 80 firearms Revolvers from Smith & Wesson Handguns, such as a Glock 42 semiautomatic Rifles, such as a Springfield Armory M1A Standard semiautomatic At a Glance Point Blank Range & Gun Shop exists in two places at once, both offering a safe and clean range that is open to the public. After stepping into either the Cincy West or Blue Ash location, visitors find themselves surrounded by 5,000 square feet of firearms, ammunition, and accessories. Away from this ever-changing inventory, Point Blank's team cleans handguns and teaches firearms classes for all skill levels. They also host free events, which cover topics such as safety and maintenance for new gun owners.
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    10930 Deerfield Rd
    Blue Ash, OH US
  • Jacob Shoes
    Jacob Shoushan is on a mission—to not only outfit people's feet with comfortable and long-lasting shoes but also to support underserved American children. His company, Jacob Shoes, slips canvas footwear in an assortment of colorful patterns onto customers’ feet and donates $1 for every pair purchased to Save the Children. This worldwide organization provides underserved children with food, school supplies, clothing, and medical attention in order to ensure a better life and help break the cycle of poverty. Patrons can feel good about buying a pair of fiery red Jessicas or some black-and-white striped Alexanders, knowing their purchase is being used for the betterment of tomorrow.
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    10999 Reed Hartman #G304
    Blue Ash, OH US
  • My Little Red Haus
    The aesthetic champions at My Little Red Haus put the power of paint, canvas, and crafts into tiny, eager hands, earning recognition as The Best Place for Kids by Montgomery's Downtown District for the last two years. Children’s mixed-media courses welcome youngsters to learn and practice using a variety of materials and skills. Diminutive Da Vincis and atomic Andy Warhols will draw, paint, and glue a mixed-media creation to beautify fridges, bedrooms, and adorable interrogation rooms. Younger mini-artists (ages 4–6) begin with the basics, polishing motor skills and exploring crafty knowledge of color, line, textures, and shapes, from the familiar circle to the tricky five-pointed triangle. Older kids (ages 7–12) get pointers on their budding artistic skills.
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    9429 Montgomery Rd
    Cincinnati, OH US
  • Silly Bean
    The clothing connoisseurs at Silly Bean clad youngsters from newborns to 14-year-olds in fashion-forward frocks from big-name European and American designers. Swaddle shuffling toddlers in a Le Top Hop to It romper (rompers $36+), which shrouds teetering tykes in stripes of cerulean blue and lime green, is made from 100 percent cotton, and is adorned with a leaping-frog pocket useful for storing small toys or the keys to the cozy coupe. An Ooh! La, La! Couture pink-and-black pettiskirt dress (dresses $39+) adorns diminutive dames in fuchsia frills, and an Appaman reef ship tee (shirts $22+) adds nautical whimsy to boys 2T–10 with a layered vintage ship screen. Top tops and protect delicate heads from torrential sunshine with a Le Top Bee Happy hat ($16), garlanded in delicate pale-yellow blooms, or peruse a selection of boys' and girls' swimwear ($29+) to prep for poolside play or übercasual preschool proms.
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    6934 Miami Ave
    Cincinnati, OH US
  • The Mad Potter
    For Meredith McCord, looking at a piece of pottery brings back decades worth of memories. McCord started The Mad Potter in 1998, and since those early days, she's used her kiln to immortalize countless special moments. She traveled to hospitals to capture the footprints of newborns, helped a young man create a dessert plate with the words "Will you marry me?" emblazoned across it, and auctioned off items for charity. Yet some of her fondest memories center on the day-to-day interactions with customers, specifically when they return to pick up their fired pieces and utter three words of amazement: "I did that?" The Mad Potter has since expanded into three Houston-area locations, where children and adults come to paint their own works of art or create replicas of their ancient ancestors' garden gnomes. More than 500 bisqueware items line the shelves of each studio, including coffee mugs, plates, and figurines. Staffers then help visitors select from more than 54 available colors of paint and supply them with everything else they might need, including brushes and stencils. The staff can even take things over and create more intricate designs?while still consulting closely with the customer. Whatever route a person chooses, there's always time for a sip of wine or beer; the River Oaks location sells wine and beer while Bellaire and Woodway maintain a BYOB policy.
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    7754 Camargo Road
    Cincinnati, OH US
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