A franchise of the nationwide network of sporting-goods troves, Play It Again Sports? Colorado Springs location both stocks brand-new sports and fitness gear and recycles gently used equipment back into the hands of eager athletes. Everything from hockey sticks and skates to snowboards, bikes, and boxing bags?most discounted at half the original retail price?round out the ever-changing used inventory, though shiny new gear?including Easton baseball and softball bats and Taylormade irons and drivers?also gleams like freshly polished loafers made entirely from pennies.
When the archery experts at Bill Pellegrino's Archery Hut sell one of their name-brand recurved or compound bows, they want to make sure the customer knows how to use it. All bow purchases from the pro shop includes access to the Archery Hut's 4,000-square-foot range, where guests kiss arrows goodbye toward targets 20 yards away. Like an interstate highway taken over by bicyclists, the indoor range supports up to 29 lanes at once. One-on-one coaching is also an option for archers looking to refine their aim and technique.
Behind a stucco, adobe-style storefront in Manitou Springs, grocers stack stocks of nutritious foodstuffs from producers such as Rising Moon Organics and Simply Asia. Community Foods puts surplus stock from large wholesalers to good use, selling all-natural cheeses, organic grains, and gourmet snacks at marked-down rates. Slight imperfections and smaller price tags don't keep these goods from standing proudly atop shelves or forming themselves into cheerleading pyramids.
The certified technicians at Aspen Auto Clinic take pride in their nonpushy approach. When their professional diagnostic equipment identifies an issue, they make recommendations based on safety and factory recommendations, but they won't use hard salesmanship to coerce owners into upgrading parts. When they do perform repairs and maintenance, their team backs up the handiwork with a three-year or 36,000-mile warranty.
The Open Door - Distinctive vintage clothing, dresses, purses, blouses, shirts, pants, jackets and coats for men and women featuring the 30s, 40s, 50s, 60s, 70s and retro styles from the 80s.
The Open Door has been selling quality vintage clothing online since 2001 and we are based out of Southern Colorado.