11460 SW Pacific Hwy
Tigard, OR 97223
Phone: (503) 245-6421
Fax: (503) 245-6425
11460 SW Pacific Hwy, Tigard, OR, US, 97223
- Phone: (503) 245-6421
- Fax: (503) 245-6425
Aquatic Sports & Scuba Schools has kept divers happy since the mid-1960s. The knowledgeable proprietors carry a wide selection of new and used drysuits and other necessary equipment. A range of convenient class offerings is available, leaving students feeling confident about entering the water on their own. Individual and group lessons are offered for $100-300. The store also provides information about local and international trip events. If you need a diving partner, the Web site will help you find one.
On your way in or out of town, this could be a necessary stop. Located near three of Portland's main roadways (Interstate 5, State Highway 26 and State Highway 217), this is a convenient place to shop. Saturdays get fairly crowded, but the five major department stores, 100-plus specialty shops and well-kept landscape make it worthy of a visit if you like the mall thing. Be sure to grab a bite in one of the many restaurants.
Fine gift and collectible shop that carries a large selection of name brand collectibles including Department 56, Boyds Bears, M.I. Hummel, Lenox Classics, Cherished Teddies, and Byer's Choice.
P3 Survival Gear Equipment specializes in all of your survival kit needs. Includes foods, packs, bags, and knives.
A huge store full of toys in every corner, Thinker Toys contains in itself a world of fun for children. With a plethora of toys to keep the children busy, this is one place where kids would love to splurge. Browse through the brightly colored and interesting new games on the shelves and reminisce your childhood. One can also pick out a few stuff for gifting. Gifts are wrapped for free here. The items are moderately priced to suit the budget as well.
Once you step into Multnomah Antique Gallery you find yourself in the middle of a treasure island filled with uncountable antiques, trinklets, vintage pieces and accessories. Nifty enthusiasts, collectors and decoartors can pick up some prized and rare items for fair deals. The collection spans classic furniture, accents, showpieces, jewelery, books and even clothing. Watch out for sales and offers.
Consignment Northwest has been open since 1998, offering the most desirable, fine furnishings in the Portland, Oregon, area. At over 17,000 square feet, they are able to present an exceptional display of furniture. Their highly trained, knowledgeable and professional staff is available to guide you through the consignment process.
With a large selection of pipe tobaccos, cigarettes (generic to specialty) and cigars in all price ranges, the tobacco lover has a new place to call home. The shop may resemble a grocery store with its fluorescent lighting and nondescript decor, but that will cease to matter when you discover the prices on the discounted tobacco. This store also carries a large variety of beer and wine. Visit the Southeast 82nd Avenue and Milwaukie locations.
Whether you decide to rent or purchase your ski equipment, you will find what you need here. This Raleigh Hills shop offers experienced, friendly service and the highest quality gear. Choose from skis by Fischer, K2 and other brands. Salomon boots and bindings are a good choice and other brands are available as well. The staff will even custom fit your boots. Ask for a complimentary demonstration before your purchase. Hot waxes, tune-ups and repairs are just a sampling of the services offered.
Tucked into the historic town of Multnomah, this shopping destination feels the pulse of the heart of Portland. Only 10 minutes out of downtown, these old streets fill with shoppers and course with activity. Antique shops intermixed with trendy restaurants and Victorian homes crowd the hilly town. Popular items around here include coffee at Village Coffee and, of course, antiques. Credit card acceptance varies by establishment in Multnomah Village.
All the new-mothers out there in Portland, head right to Hoot-N-Annie, which was opened by two young mothers themselves. These two savvy ladies have transformed this baby-shop into a thriving children-store as well as a popular secondhand destination. From pretty frocks and embroidered skirts to cool boy-shorts and tiny tees, Hoot-N-Annie provides a cheap yet wonderful shopping option for an age group in which your child keeps growing out his clothes every two months. Apart from apparel, this establishment also stores basic baby essentials such as diapers, cribs, strollers, baby-furniture and play-mats.
Just a short drive southwest of downtown Portland, you will find people who know the sport of skating. Naturally, the owners carry in-line and ice skates, but a wide selection of accessories, including maintenance products and wheels, is also offered. Hockey buffs will marvel at the stock of hockey sticks and pads from Nike, Sherwood, Bauer, and Easton, to name a few. Support your favorite NHL team with a team jersey.