We are beyond stoked to announce that TGR is opening a new retail store this July in Bozeman, Montana, offering shoppers the chance to purchase all their favorite TGR gear in a town already beloved by outdoor enthusiasts worldwide.
TGR’s new 1,900-square-foot retail experience will offer all of the same exclusive gear available in the company’s flagship store in Jackson, Wyoming, including men’s, women’s and children’s apparel and performance gear, as well as headgear and top-of-the-line optics. The store will also feature popular TGR-branded collectibles such as stickers and water bottles, and DVDs of some of TGR’s most celebrated films.
The store will also feature the coveted Grateful Dead collection, original streaming content, as well as a TGR virtual reality station that will open up to customers and guests this fall, as safety permits.
Staying true to TGR roots, the space also features a theater with state-of-the-art picture and sound. The theater space will be available to rent out for private screenings of TGR’s groundbreaking new mountain bike film Accomplice. TGR will also open up the theater for visitors for free archival films.
The new TGR shop will be located in Bozeman’s bustling downtown on Main Street, not far from the city’s Historic District. Bozeman is home to nearly 40,000 year-round residents as well as Montana State University, and offers world-renowned fly fishing, dramatic mountains for hiking, mountain biking, rock climbing, skiing, hunting, and backcountry exploring. The city also offers daily non-stop flights to and from major cities like Denver, Chicago, San Francisco and Los Angeles through Gallatin Field Airport, as well as shuttle service to Big Sky Resort, Glacier National Park, Bridger Bowl Ski Area and Yellowstone National Park.
“TGR was born in the Tetons, but Montana has always been such a large role of who we are and what TGR represents,” said TGR co-founder Steve Jones. “From our time as students in Missoula to our long days filming and exploring in the Crazies, the Rockies, and the Beartooths, there is a rawness that always brings us back to Montana. As TGR continues on our journey to live the dream, we couldn’t be more excited to bring the TGR Experience to Downtown Bozeman.”
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