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Portland Flagship Store

Store Location & Phone:
200 SE MLK Jr Blvd
Portland, OR 97214
(503) 972-5850
Store Hours:
Monday - Friday: 11am - 7pm
Saturday: 10am - 7pm
Sunday: 10am - 6pm
Available Services

Portland Ski, Snowboard, Skate, Bike, Surf, Wake Shop

evo's flagship Portland store is located at 200 SE Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. in the historic, 120-year-old, former Salvation Army headquarters. The store offers an expansive selection of more than 150 brands in action sports gear and apparel for ski, snowboard, wakeboard, skate, surf and bike.

Aside from the two floors of retail space, the 11,000-square-foot store also features a ski and snowboard shop in the basement, boot fitting bar and bike service shop on the second floor, and an art gallery on the first floor. Free parking for customers can be found in the building’s parking lot just south of the building on MLK.

Designed as a community gathering space, the store regularly hosts events, monthly art shows featuring pieces from action sports athletes and brands, fundraisers, movie and music premieres, and parties. evo works directly with organizations like the Northwest Avalanche Center to provide free Avalanche Safety clinics throughout the season and hosts a variety of other fundraising events throughout the year.

Founder and CEO Bryce Phillips, who grew up in Roseburg, OR said, “Portland is a natural extension for us, part of our broader community. The opportunity to create an extraordinarily unique customer experience in a beautiful building with such a deep history is remarkable. We want to establish evo as a place for people who share a passion for skiing, snowboarding, skateboarding, surfing, biking, music, art, travel and the lifestyle that we live and breathe.”

For more info on upcoming Portland events, rants and industry information visit our blog: culture.evo.com or follow @evoPortland on Instagram, Twitter or our local store page on Facebook.

Browse store inventory

"Some Paintings" by Forest Bailey

Date: Thru mid-October

Location: Store Gallery

Details: evo's gallery walls will play host to some paintings by one of snowboarding's most enigmatic pros, Forest Bailey. Forest's work will be on display through mid-October.


Burton Snowboards: 40 Years Forward

Date: Thursday, October 20th

Time: 6-9pm

Location: In-Store

Details: Join evo on Oct 20 as we celebrate Burton's 40th Anniversary with a special in store event and gallery opening. For the last 40 years, Burton has been leading the way when it comes to snowboard art, design and technology. Take a gander and relive some of Burton's most fascinating archival products and backstories. The event is free but when you make a $50 donation to The Chill Foundation thru the link below you'll reserve one of the Burton Throwback boards which will be available for pick up and can be customized at the 40 Years Forward event. The Chill Foundation, a program to whose purpose is to empower under-served youth through snowboarding.

Donate $50 to The Chill Foundation &recieve a Burton Throwback board RSVP

Reckless Abandon: A film by Bode Merrill and Jon Ray

Date: Friday, October 21st

Location: In-Store

Details: Bode Merrill is an enigma. He has, completely genuinely and without any ulterior motives, become one of the most respected and influential snowboarders alive by doing exactly what makes him happy, spending winter careening from backcountry piste to city street and, regardless of the type of terrain, putting down tricks that not only impress, but usually blow minds. While Bode possesses uncanny air awareness, calculated board control, and drops into spots that are fully consequential, this man is flying by the seat of his pants. And despite all this, while putting himself in the most physically demanding situations, Bode never takes himself too seriously.

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Patagonia Presents: Foothills- The Unlinked Heritage of Snowboarding

Date: Thursday, October 27

Time: 7-9pm

Location: In-Store

Details: In Turkey the people of Petran, a small logging community in the foothills of the Kaçkar Mountains, have been snowboarding for roughly 400 years. It’s not snowboarding as we know it. In fact the design is as primitive as it gets, but they work pretty well. The longevity of this isolated tradition is something of a cultural phenomenon. The only threat to this ancient sideways glide is the appeal of pop culture to Petran’s youth. If the kids decide not to carry on the tradition of their ancestors, this fascinating morsel of boardsport history could dry up sooner than you can say Uzmetatasi (Turkish Black Sea dialect for “a plank that slides and floats.”) In this film by WRKSHRT you’ll follow Alex Yoder and Nick Russell into Turkey’s Kaçkar Mountains on their quest to unearth the unlinked heritage of snowboarding and have some fun in the process.