About the Store
Montbell's Boulder flagship store is located on scenic Pearl Street in downtown Boulder. Our Pearl street store serves to showcase our full U.S. product line. The store offers a wide variety of Mont Bell outdoor products ranging insulation layers, water and wind proof jackets, to sleeping bags, backpacking and camping gear. We also carry a selection of trail running and hiking shoes from notable international brands. Visit our store today! It is just a stride away from the Pearl street walking mall.
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|Address||1500 Pearl Street, Unit A,
Boulder CO 80302
-- ONE HOUR FREE PARKING --
(Monday through Friday) with any purchase at Montbell store.
*City parking garage only.
*City Parking Garage is Free on weekends and city Holidays.
Wednesday-Friday 11:00 am - 6:00 pm
Saturday 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Sunday 11:00 am - 6:00 pm
(Closed: Monday / Tuesday, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, and New Year's Day)
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Montbell Boulder Store is hiring Retail Sales Associates
General Job Description:
As a sales associate, you will provide a complete and memorable shopping experience by involving product knowledge and maintaining our exceptional standard of customer service.
Please send a resume to the following email address.
Email : email@example.com
Upcoming Store Event:
【Heather "Anish" Anderson Book Signing】
Come join us for an evening with Montbell Ambassador Heather "Anish" Anderson. Heather will be discussing her journey from hiker to author of her new book, Thirst: 2600 Miles to Home. During the evening she will be sharing stories from the PCT and readings from the book. This is a great chance to meet the author and get a signed copy of the new book.
Heather was recently chosen by National Geographic as a “2019 Adventurer of the Year.” In part due to her recent feat of becoming the first female to complete the Triple Crown in a calendar year and having hiked nearly 30,000 miles since 2003.
【Highs and Lows on the Pacific Crest Trail】
Presented by Alan Carpenter
The Pacific Crest Trail runs for 2,660 miles from Mexico to Canada through
California, Oregon, and Washington. The PCT, as it’s known, is arguably the world’s finest long-distance hiking trail. It boasts outstanding scenery, a wide variety of vegetation types, 489,000 feet of elevation gain, numerous opportunities to resupply, minimal bureaucratic regulations, and a well-designed and maintained trail tread.
Veteran long-distance hiker and cyclist Alan Carpenter will convince you that the PCT deserves its stellar reputation. He’ll entertain you with photos and stories of life on the trail. Plus, he’ll highlight three mishaps that he experienced on his PCT hike, how he recovered from them, and what he learned.
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Free customer rewards system
Loyalty program members earn 10% back in Montbell Club Points to be used for future purchases. Buy online and at stores to qualify.
Montbell Club Members get:
One free chai or beer per visit at Sherpa's restaurant in Boulder when you show your Montbell Club card.
Fuji Cafe & Bar
Montbell Club Members get:
One free chai or beer per visit at Fuji Cafe & Bar in Boulder when you show your Montbell Club card.
The Spot Bouldering Gym
Montbell Club Members get: (only for members, not for other visitors with them)
1. Free day pass if it's their first visit ever
2. $10 day pass if they've visited before (limit 1 per customer)
3. $40 first month of membership (limit 1 per customer)
Featured Products at Store
Light in weight and highly compressible, these garments travel well, but when needed are transformed into lofty down sweaters of surprising warmth. Prized by budget conscious backcountry enthusiasts around the world, the Superior Down Series is “what you need” when a versatile warm layer is critical, minimal weight is paramount, and space in your pack is at a premium.
A traditional Japanese hand towel dyed using a traditional technique (called “chusen”). No difference in color or shade between the front and back, and the more you wash it the softer the texture becomes.