TGR is stoked to announce the brand-new TGR Killington Outpost, a new retail footprint in Killington, Vermont. Where the Jones brothers learned to ski, Vermont is very near and dear to our hearts. Working with our team that runs the Stoke Mobile on the East Coast, we are opening our first shop-in-shop on the East Coast. The shop will feature TGR favorites and even some Vermont exclusives that are only available in the shop. Situated in the heart of Killington, the Outpost has classic TGR memorabilia, tunes, and of course our collection of films.
Open Tuesday through Sunday, 11am to 7pm at:
2841 Killington Rd.
Stay tuned to our social channels for more popups, events, and stoke!
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