Make time to visit Small Planet Sports

Central Otago Mirror - - FRONT PAGE -

An ex­pe­ri­ence in it­self, make sure you don’t miss Queen­stown’s Small Planet Sports while you’re in town this win­ter!

There’s many a good rea­son Small Planet is Wilder­ness mag­a­zine’s In­de­pen­dent Out­door Re­tailer of the Year for 2016.

Put sim­ply, Small Planet Sports is not your av­er­age shop.

Even if you en­ter as a reg­u­lar cus­tomer, you’ll un­der­stand that straight away.

The shop is of­ten com­pared to a Nepalese mar­ket­place store or gear cave.

We’re not in Nepal though, but at the top of Sho­tover St, Queen­stown.

Small Planet is one of the few re­main­ing stores in Queen­stown – and per­haps the world – that holds soul.

By that, we mean it has char­ac­ter, sto­ries, essence and mean­ing far be­yond that of sim­ply sell­ing prod­uct.

The shop is a hub and meet­ing point for the real moun­taineers, climbers, guides, pros and all-round dirt­bags that have ded­i­cated their lives to the moun­tains, and shape their life­styles around be­ing in the moun­tains as much as pos­si­ble.

Small Planet stocks qual­ity prod­uct at good prices.

Far from be­ing a glossy and com­mer­cial re­tail face, the name of the game is to pro­vide you with spe­cial­ist back­coun­try knowl­edge and make sure you leave with top notch, re­li­able prod­uct to help you out in the moun­tains – be it tramp­ing, camp­ing and trail run­ning, rock climb­ing, alpine climb­ing, back­coun­try ski­ing or snow­board­ing. And when it comes to rentals, Small Planet has got the gear to put you where you want to be.

Whether back­pack­ing and trekking or head­ing higher for a full alpine or climb­ing ex­pe­ri­ence, the Small Planet team can get you af­ford­ably sorted from top to tail. Can’t find it any­where? We stock what oth­ers don’t even know ex­ist, so come and see us at Small Planet Sports, 15-17 Sho­tover St, 8am to 9pm, seven days a week.

sales@smallplan­et­sports.com / (03) 442 5397

www.smallplan­et­sports.com

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from New Zealand

© PressReader. All rights reserved.