Since July of 1971, Footsloggers has served the outdoor community. Let us start with the origins of the name of the store, the term "footslogger" can be found in Roget’s Thesaurus under the verb "walk." It is a World War II term meaning "to march or tramp through mud." The title was given to us by our good friend Paul Daimler, who now resides in Connecticut. We still can't think of a better name. By focusing on items that we would purchase for ourselves, we have a selection of quality goods that offers great value and a long life of use.
Let's answer this question with another; who supports your community?
The answer is: local businesses.
At Footsloggers, we take community seriously. Sometimes this means volunteering our time. Sometimes this means we write a check. We also have come up with many other creative ways we can support our High Country Community. Community support through our business practice is covered more than...
Rock Dimensions offers day camps for kids and teens during three different sessions. The climbing adventure camp provides five days of land-based outdoor activities that includes Rock Climbing, Rappelling, Caving, Ropes/Challenge Course and Climbing Tower. Learn more about the camps here.
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