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Andy & Bax , GI Surplus, White Water Rafts
Huge selection of camping and outdoor recreation supplies.
Kaleidoscope Design Embroidery & Screen Printing
We work harder to take your vision to perfection.
Settlemier's Award Jackets & Lettering
Custom-made Letter Jackets For Portland & Vancouver.
River City Bicycles
Cycling nirvana awaits.
Seven Corners Cycle
One of the best cycle shops in the metro area.
Pacific Watersports Inc
Scuba & Snorkeling Dive Shop.
Northwest Auto Accessories
Where Vehicles And Lifestyle Meet.
Frye's Action Athletics - Sporting Goods, Custom U
Sporting Goods, Custom Embroidery Team Uniforms and Much More
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Stage Front Tickets Inc.
Specializing in premium NASCAR, theater, sports, & concert tickets.
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Sporting Goods Terminology and Tips

Sporting goods retailers offer the gear you need for your favorite games and activities. Fans usually know the items they need to play their favorite game, but there are others who struggle to make the choices or find the right products. Many parents shopping for items for their child's youth league struggle to understand the terminology. Here's a quick guide to terms with which people are often unfamiliar.

  • Athletic Supporter – This goes hand in hand with a protective cup to hold it in place during a game. This equipment is essential for boys and men playing games where they may get hit below the belt by another player or a ball.
  • Cleats – Cleats are a form of sneaker that have spikes on the bottom to help with traction. Cleats are usually the shoes athletes wear when playing baseball, football and soccer.
  • Discounted Goods – Many items are sold used as well as new to help people save money. While you may not want to purchase shoes or apparel new, many items like helmets, chest protectors and outdoor mountain bikes save you half the original cost when you buy used. Be cautious when purchasing these items online because you may not be able to see the damage.
  • Sports Equipment – Every game requires different apparel and gear. For baseball, bats, balls and batting helmets are essential. In basketball, sneakers with ankle support, a basketball and a hoop are necessary. In tennis, you need rackets and tennis balls. For golf, purchase clubs, tees and golf balls. If you're unsure what items you'll need ask one of the salespeople for help.
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    Deys
    Find the best options in sporting goods in the local Oregon City area when you visit our retailer. Supplying the widest variety of sporting goods from fishing poles to basketballs and surf boards.
    National Sporting Goods Association
    Mt. Prospect, IL 60056
    Only the most established and preferred providers, manufacturers, and wholesalers of sporting goods are members of our association. Find out where your favorite brands are carried in your area.
     
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    Aries Apparel
    12130 Se 82nd Ave, Happy Valley, OR 97086
    We know playing the game as a female athlete takes more than passion or ability. It takes confidence. At Aries Apparel, you can perform at your peak and look your best, too.
    (503) 305-8467
    Andy and Bax
    324 Se Grand Ave, Portland, OR 97214
    Andy & Bax Sporting Goods offers the best equipment for all your outdoor adventure needs. Call us today at (503) 234-7538.
    (503) 234-7538
    U S Outdoor Store
    219 Sw Broadway, Portland, OR 97205
    Oregon's oldest outdoor store specializing in backpacking, climbing, hiking, travel, ski, surf and snowboard gear. Brands include The North Face, Marmot, Arcteryx, Burton, Oakley.
    (503) 223-5937
    Fisherman's Marine & Outdoor
    1900 Mcloughlin Blvd Ste 120, Oregon City, OR 97045
    (503) 557-3313
    Oregon City Sporting Goods Inc
    1010 Main St, Oregon City, OR 97045
    (503) 656-3341
    BirdieFinish Golf LLC
    14214 Fir St Ste F, Oregon City, OR 97045
    (503) 518-0085
    Lone Wolf Knives
    300 Beavercreek Rd, Oregon City, OR 97045
    (503) 431-6777
    Stone Creek Golf Club
    14603 S Stoneridge Dr, Oregon City, OR 97045
    (503) 518-4653
    Apex Motorsports
    1015 Molalla Ave Ste 103, Oregon City, OR 97045
    (503) 723-7082
    Sports Authority The
    8658 Se Sunnyside Rd, Clackamas, OR 97015
    (503) 786-9900
    Big 5 Sporting Goods
    16074 Se Mcloughlin Blvd Ste 12, Portland, OR 97267
    (503) 659-3999
    Asphalt Jungle Sports
    14634 Se Sunnyside Rd, Clackamas, OR 97015
    (503) 558-8555
    Struble Glenn Manufacturing Co
    16745 Se Kens Ct Ste A, Portland, OR 97267
    (503) 353-3002
    Hometown Sports
    1795 Willamette Falls Dr, West Linn, OR 97068
    (503) 594-0515
    Pelzer Golf Supply
    12717 Se Carpenter Dr, Clackamas, OR 97015
    (503) 656-0666


    Sports are a great form of recreation and exercise enjoyed by people all over the world. From golf and tennis, to baseball and basketball, a wide variety of games and recreational activities exist. In order for people to partake in these activities, special apparel and equipment is often required. For instance, people may need cleats to play sports such as golf, baseball and soccer. In addition, running shoes are a common form of footwear for track and field athletes. Along with special shoes, many sports often require players to wear specific apparel. Basketball players often wear mesh jerseys. In addition, tennis athletes often wear headbands and wristbands. Since so many sports require special equipment, sporting goods stores play a crucial role in providing these items to individuals. Stores typically carry a variety of products, from outdoor camping equipment, to swim trunks. In addition, shops regularly provide indoor sporting supplies, such as soccer balls, baseball bats and many other products. Along with new items, sporting goods stores commonly carry used equipment as well. This way, customers on a budget can buy their products from sporting goods retailers at a discount. More information about a sporting goods store can typically be found online. A shop’s website will often contain details about their current line of products. In addition, customers can often find contact information, hours of operation and location information. They may also be able to buy items directly from a sporting good store’s website. Overall, these shops help fulfill the needs of a wide variety of sporting enthusiasts.
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