Saluda Outfitters will be closed on Christmas Day and open on New Year’s Day from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Our first holiday season open in Saluda is an exciting time and we have lots of great holiday deals running through Dec. 24. We’re also offering our customers a unique chance to win an outdoor adventure package, valued at more than $1,500.
Be sure to pop by the store to check out details about The Great Holiday Giveaway, a promotion with WTZQ 93.5 FM/1600 AM, where customers can sign up to win one of three grand prizes valued at $1,500 or more each.
The Saluda Outfitters package includes one of Bellyak of Asheville’s finest prone kayaks. Called the Frequency, the boat is a wasabi green and will look super great surfing the Green River Narrows. Also included in this package is a fitted safety helmet and personal flotation device (PFD) so the winner will have the gear needed to hit the water in style. To complete the prize package and to ensure a safe experience, H2O Dreams, a company located here at 435 Main Street that provides certified whitewater instruction, has included a gift certificate for a two-person lesson.
Don’t wait to get registered. One winner for each of the three grand prizes will be drawn on December 15. Get your registration in by Dec. 14 to make sure you have a chance to win.
In additional to this promotion, the Outfitter has everything you need for your holiday shopping, including a “build your own” gift set for $79 (a regular $115 value). This includes a short sleeve T-shirt (excludes performance tees or NRS brand), pair of underwear, pair of socks, a baseball/trucker hat, and a sticker from among the stores wide selection.
You can also captures these super deals: 20% off all regular priced shoes, Outback coats, vests and hats, Wolverine clothing, Gregory and Osprey backpacks, all Mountain Hardware, and Marmot tents and sleeping bags. You can save 10% on Kuhl and Marmot clothing as well. In our ladies boutique check out the 40% savings on all our Krimson Klover fashions.
The store is loaded with stocking stuffers from Smart Wool or Farm to Feet socks to Umpqua fishing flies. Be sure to stop local. The store will continue regular hours 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily, and open until 7 p.m. on Friday and Saturday, and only closing on Christmas Day. We’re happy to say we’ll be open until 8 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 8 to help celebrate Saluda’s Hometown Christmas! Hope you’ll stop by for a sweet treat.
Wishing everyone a safe and happy holiday season. For unto us a child is born…Isaiah 9:6.
The next Carolina Foothills Business After Hours will be held on Tuesday, November 14th, at Saluda Outfitters, located at 435 Main St. in Saluda NC. The event will be co-hosted by 2 Minute Miracle Gel/Zija International. Saluda Outfitters opened this Spring and has quickly become a favorite retailer with an extensive array of top-quality performance apparel, outdoor camping, kayaking, and paddle boarding equipment and supplies and also a weekend entertainment venue with local and regional live music on the back patio, and serving beer and wine.
2 Minute Miracle Gel is a clinically proven, 7-in-1 topical product that harnesses powerful ingredients that gently renews skin without any abrasives, leaving soft glowing skin in just 2 minutes, and you will be able to try a sample at the event.
All Chamber members are invited to attend, and be sure to bring your cards to share and for door prizes. “After 5” beverages and appetizers will be served during the 5:30 to 7 PM event. RSVP is a must by calling the Chamber at828-859-6236 or email to email@example.com, by Monday November 13th at 5 PM.
There has been a change in Saturday’s music lineup at Saluda Outfitters. Due to a cancellation, Center Stage will now play in the outdoor venue at Saluda Outfitters from 4-7 p.m. Sept. 30.
Center Stage is a local group of musicians headed by well-known fiddle and mandolin player and singer Jeff Hayes. Playing with Hayes this weekend is Tim Hutchins on guitar and banjo, Allen Gosnell on guitar and Elmer Wilkins on upright bass.
The outdoor concert is free to the public. Beer and wine are available for purchase, along with organic snacks and sandwiches.
For more details on Saluda Outfitters, call the store at 828-848-4060 or visit from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday-Thursday, and 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Friday/Saturday, 435 Main St., Saluda, N.C.
Celebrate the beauty of fall in the Western North Carolina Mountains with some live music provided by some of the areas most talented musicians as Saluda Outfitters continues its Saturday evening concerts throughout October.
Join your neighbors for some relaxation and fun in the SO’s outdoor music venue. With a permanent stage for the bands, the outdoor venue is set up in a picnic style atmosphere with tables and a fire pit for those cooler October evenings.
Music begins at 4 p.m. with bands playing until 7 p.m. or sometimes until the crowd dwindles. There is never a cover charge and attendees can choose from a variety of craft beers and wines. Fresh sandwiches, salads, chips and numerous organic snacks are available for purchase inside the store’s snack bar. Casual attire is more than welcome, and the venue is dog friendly.
Saturday, Oct. 7 | The Basement Bunch from Tryon is an eight-piece band that plays what they call “substantial rock ’n’ roll” that includes classic rock from the 50s, 60s and 70s, plus a few surprises thrown in. Bring your dancing shoes.
Saturday, Oct. 14 | Second Souls will return to the SO stage with its revolving group of area musicians. Headed by Steve Prickelmyer of Greenville, S.C., the group includes Saluda percussionist Mark Lauer, guitarist Bill Loftus of Flat Rock and other regional musicians.
Saturday, Oct. 21 | Tryon’s Basement Bunch will return for a second weekend in October to help Saluda Outfitters celebrate fall.
Saturday, Oct. 28 | The eclectic Second Souls will take the stage again as Saluda Outfitters prepares for a weekend of Halloween Fun.
Saluda Outfitters is located at 435 Main Street and is celebrating its first fall as part of the historic town’s retail business. The Outfitter has recently received its fall and winter apparel shipments and is ready to serve the community as “the local resource” for clothing and gear. Come by to find everything you need for your outdoor adventures. Prepare for the holidays with a Saluda Outfitters gift card or select a gift from among the quality products and brands available. Call 828-848-4060 with questions. Hours are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday through Thursday, open until 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday for your shopping convenience.
Entertainment at Saluda Outfitters’ free outdoor music venue continues through September from 4-7 p.m. each Saturday.
- Sept. 2 | The Basement Bunch from Tryon is new to the SO stage. The Basement Bunch is an eight-piece band that plays what they call “substantial rock ’n’ roll” that includes classic rock from the 50s, 60s and 70s, plus a few surprises thrown in. Bring your dancing shoes.
- Sept. 9 | The duo of Bill Loftus and Ellen Trnka will perform some foot tapping blues, Americana and rock. Both veteran performers, Trnka is a talented vocalist who spent most of her career in NYC before moving to WNC in 2002. Loftus, on guitar and harmonica, hails from Chicago and resides in Flat Rock after moving back to the area from Atlanta about a year ago.
- Sept. 16 | The Basement Bunch from Tryon will return with its exceptional group of musicians to bring some energetic dance music to the show.
- Sept. 23 | Second Souls will return to the SO stage with its revolving group of area musicians. Headed by Steve Prickelmyer of Greenville, S.C., the group includes Saluda percussionist Mark Lauer, guitarist Bill Loftus of Flat Rock and other regional musicians.
- Sept. 30 | Padenrich Station brings some great Indie Folk and Americana music to the stage featuring recording artists Marie Diffee Wright and Jamie Hill of Anderson, S.C. The duo switches between guitar, mandolin, and trumpet, to bring a “mellow vibe and intimacy to their live shows that relax the souls of their audience.”
Craft beers that now include the popular Sierra Nevada brand, red and white wines, organic snacks and sandwiches are available at each music event where patrons can enjoy relaxing at a picnic table or bring their own foldup chair. There is never a cover charge at these child and dog friendly outdoor events.