Nothing captures Rocky Mountain culture like the town of Durango, with 16,000 residents who vouch for its quality of life, and with more restaurants per capita than San Francisco. Measuring 5.6 square miles at 6,500 feet above sea level with painted scenery of red sandstone bluffs, Durango offered prime filming locations to the likes of Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, City Slickers, and National Lampoon’s Vacation. Skiing is ideal at Purgatory, Wolf Creek, or Telluride, fishing for large trout in the Animas River is a “Gold Medal” experience, and don’t miss Mesa Verde National Park, Four Corners, and San Juan National Forest. And after you shop at Overland Sheepskin, walk across the street to the historic Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad for a 47-mile ride through the San Juan Mountains.
The first Overland Sheepskin opened in 1973 in a small adobe storefront in Taos, New Mexico, offering sheepskin apparel made with meticulous craftsmanship. More than 40 years, 15 more stores, and one thriving internet business later, the small family shop atmosphere has remained the backbone of our business, a passion for quality matched with exceptional service.
Look us up on your next trip. You’ll find a friendly, knowledgeable staff waiting to help you choose the perfect Overland merchandise to suit your needs and taste. We look forward to meeting you.
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