Sports in Los Lunas


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  • ABQ Running Shop
    The staff of ABQ Running Shop draws on more than 50 years of combined experience to fit each patron with shoes suited to their lifestyle, from casual walkers all the way to triathletes. Kicks designed by Asics, Mizuno, and other major brands cradle feet in flexible sheaths, providing traction and cushioning the impact of each stride. Shoppers can also find running apparel engineered to absorb sweat or pure Gatorade from pores, and accessories such as water bottles and high-energy snacks. In addition to explaining each product's features, the shop's specialists will give advice on various running topics, including how to train for a marathon. Patrons can put these tips into action alongside the staff during group training sessions.
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    6550 Holly Ave NE
    Albuquerque, NM US
  • Play it Again Sports Albuquerque
    Youngsters who have outgrown their gear and adults picking up a new sport can outfit themselves with selections from Play It Again Sports, the largest sporting-goods resale franchise in North America. In its stores, brand-name equipment—from popular makers such as Adidas, Nike, and Wilson—shines in displays alongside gently used wares. This gear helps equip competitive athletes playing sports such as soccer and golf as well as noncompetitive sportspeople who just want to fill golf carts with soccer balls for fun. Patrons can also trade in or sell their equipment, provided that it is still in working condition, and put that money toward new gear.
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    3301 Coors Blvd NW
    Albuquerque, NM US
  • New Mexico Scuba Center
    Since 1988, the New Mexico Scuba Center has prepared southwestern land-dwellers for underwater excursions. Submerged in the comfort of a family-friendly atmosphere, the facility provides divers with an opportunity to get their feet wet before cannonballing headfirst into underwater fight clubs. Owners Si and Stacey Minton aspire to produce competent, self-assured divers with a range of scuba classes built for all skill levels. The introductory Try Scuba class initiates anywhere from 5 to 20 newcomers with a pool session in which SSI–certified scuba instructors educate students on the proper use of equipment, safe-diving techniques, and determining the most favorable betting odds for sea horse races. All required scuba gear is included in the session, so divers have to bring only their doggy-paddling skills.
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    7618 Menaul Blvd NE
    Albuquerque, NM US
  • Reel Life
    With years of experience casting their lines in waist-high water, the guides of The Reel Life spend their days helping build great memories of fly-fishing trips. Heading to any of an array of local waterways?depending on the time of season?guides first take their clients to acquire licenses if needed. From there, guests are outfitted with equipment and flies and presented with options for the day. Both full and half-day trips are available in the morning and afternoon, and full-day trips include lunch and a note for your boss.
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    500 Montezuma Ave
    Santa Fe, NM US
  • Ski Tech
    The certified binding technicians and knowledgeable staff at Ski Tech understand that on clear days with fresh layers of powdery snow, few things can keep skiers from the slopes. With this in mind, they developed their signature ski butler program, for which they deliver to surrounding hotels and residences in the Santa Fe area. For those who can stop by the shop, they rent three levels of ski and snowboard packages along with snowshoes, bibs, and ski pants.
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    905 S Saint Francis Dr.
    Santa Fe, NM US
  • Taos Fly Shop
    For roughly 50 miles, the Rio Grande winds through canyons and the Taos Ski Valley, passing along reddish-brown hills and the distant peaks of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. Here, fisherman Taylor Streit casts his line into the rushing water and snags a rainbow trout. An expert fly fisher, Mr. Streit has guided other anglers through Northern New Mexico's waters for more than three decades. He's written three fishing books, been inducted into the Freshwater Fishing Hall of Fame, and lit up television screens on programs such as Legends of Rod & Reel. But perhaps the greatest testament to Taylor Streit's success is his son Nick—a championship fisherman in his own right and the current owner of Taos Fly Shop. Nick has guided trips alongside his dad since he was a teenager, and —along with a full staff of expert anglers—the two continue to lead fishing trips that catch brown trout, rainbow trout, and other fish species in waters such as the Rio Grande and the lower Red River. For their most-dedicated customers, they run a fly-fishing school. Their beginner programs teach basics such as how to cast a line, whereas intermediate classes teach anglers how to read a river's water. Back on dry land, Nick also sells flies, fly rods, and other fishing gear.
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    308-C Paseo Del Pueblo Sur
    Taos, NM US
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