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What You'll Get
Effective outdoor gear has the dual purpose of shielding sensitive bodies from the harsh elements and shielding sensitive wildlife from the sight of weird bellybuttons. Stay covered with today’s Groupon to Boulder Army Store. Choose between the following options:
- For $10, you get $20 worth of outdoor gear and apparel.
- For $25, you get $50 worth of outdoor gear and apparel.<p>
A fixture on Pearl Street for more than 35 years, Boulder Army Store has been keeping generations of adventurers properly outfitted for year-round expeditions. The knowledgeable staff helps customers to navigate through aisles teeming with durable army surplus apparel as well as all-weather threads from brands such as Woolrich, Columbia Sportswear, and Carhartt. Shirts from Dakota Grisly ($19.98–$39.98) cloak customers in warm, high-tech materials designed to perform in extreme environments such as Captain Robert Falcon Scott’s Steppenwolf cover band. The extensive selection of outdoor gear includes CamelBak hydration systems ($19.98–$99.98) and Leatherman multi-tools ($29.98–$79.98). Elsewhere in the store, more than 200 styles of footwear keep toes protected from rough terrain, and durable army surplus camouflage keeps wearers hidden among foliage or nearby armies.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Mar 8, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Valid only for option purchased. In-store only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Boulder Army Store
For more than 35 years, Boulder Army Store has sold its customers one thing: adventure. Behind its 19th-century brick storefront, the store stocks all the requisite apparel and gear needed for outdoor exploration. Its knowledgeable staff outfits customers for year-round thrills with outdoor gear, clothing, and footwear for all seasons from brands such as Merrell and Columbia Sportswear. In fact, some of the store's items almost seem to have minds of their own, since they can adjust for different temperatures or even generate electricity.
The shelves and walls also brim with camping equipment and gear designed for specific activities, including backpacking, kayaking, and rock climbing. For summer months, more than 200 styles of footwear keep outdoorsy types protected as they scale hiking trails or levitate just a few inches above rough terrain.