Specialties Idaho Mountain Touring is your one stop shopping for outdoor enthusiast who enjoy cycling, camping, climbing, or general outdoor fun. We carry a long list of popular vendors such as; Trek, Eddy Mercyx , Pinarello, IBIS, Horny Toad, Patagonia, Prana, Arc’teryx, Mountain Hardwear, Smith Optics, Keanon Giro, Bell, Black Diamond, Osprey, Gregory, MSR, Patagonia Footwear, Bontrager, Salomon, Rossignol…..etc., History Established in 1984 Idaho Mountain Touring was established in 1984. Boise and the market for outdoor equipment have changed a bunch since then, but our goal is still pretty much the same: Offer quality outdoor products and exceptional service at a fair price. Value and quality for our customers is really the essence of everything we do. Here in Boise, our customers are our friends and fellow members of the community. We’re a family-owned store, so every employee, manufacturer’s representative, and customer matter deeply to us. Our current building at 13th and Main Street was built in the 1890’s and served as a bottling plant for Pepsi and Acme beer. It’s an example of our commitment to Boise’s past, the quality of life in the present, and the future of our children. During the restoration process, we intentionally maintained aspects of the building’s rustic condition. The end result is that “old time mountain shop” feel. Meet the Business Owner:
Chris H. I am an active skier, cyclist, climber and backpacker who has been involved in the outdoor business for over 34 years. I started out as a ski and bike mechanic when I was a teenager. The products we carry are companies I believe in, trust and use personally. All of the employees of Idaho Mountain Touring are active users of the gear we sell and are passionate about the sports and active life style we support. We give a portion of our revenues back to our community as well as organizations that support the environment and conservation of wild and open space. Some of the organization’s we support are “The Idaho Conservation League”, “The Nature Conservancy of Idaho”, “The Land Trust for the Treasure Vally” as well as “The Interfaith Sanctuary”.

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