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Seattle Flagship Store

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Location & Phone:
3500 Stone Way N
Seattle, WA 98103
(206) 973-4470

To inquire about item availability,
please call (866) 386-1590
Hours:
Monday- Saturday: 10am - 8pm 
Sunday: 11am - 7pm
Available Services

Seattle Ski, Snowboard, Mtn. Bike, Skate, Surf & Wake Shop

  evo Seattle is at 3500 Stone Way, Seattle, WA 98103 (the corner of 35th & Stone Way N). evo Seattle assorts skis, snowboards, bikes, wake, skateboard, outerwear, and men's & women’s clothing.  3500 Stone Way is so much more than just a store; it's an art gallery, music venue, movie theatre, and sanctuary for anyone looking for the "exception" of what a retailer should be.

evo's Seattle store is conveniently located between Fremont and Wallingford in Seattle, it is the home to a passionate team of individuals here to make your experience unique and unforgettable. evo is a leading multi-channel brand that addresses the lifestyle and product needs for the urban, action sports enthusiast. Our core values are our testament to providing you with the best products and service in front of anything else.

evo is located in the Fremont Collective, also home to two great local restaurants, Joule and The Whale Wins, jointly named the #9 Best New Restaurants in America 2013, by Bon Appetit Magazine. It is the home of the All Together Skatepark (ATS) ...a visit to the evo store has something for everyone.

So here we are after many years, a few different offices, lots of coffee, countless late nights, 100’s of powder days, and early morning sessions on the lake, we are excited to present to the public a truly unique flagship space.

We hope it becomes your space too.

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


  

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EVENTS, COMMUNITY, & CULTURE

2/20

NWAC Free Avalanche Awareness Class

Date: Tuesday, February 20

Time: 6:00pm - 7:30pm

Location: In-Store

Details: As outdoor enjoyers, often times we find ourselves longing for more- more terrain, more powder, more adventure. Although this is a normal urge to have, we at evo believe you should be prepared for adverse conditions in the backcountry. This is why teamed up with the Northwest Avalanche Center and Patagonia to bring this backcountry awareness class to Seattle on February 20th. Program length is 1-2 hours. Specific programs are in place for middle and high schools, motorized (snowmobile) users, non-motorized (skier, snowboarder, snowshoer) and mixed user groups. All courses taught are AIARE (American Institute of Avalanche Research and Education) approved. No prior experience is needed, just the willingness and interest in building a foundation on snow safety education.

RSVP and invite your friends
3/6

NWAC Free Avalanche Awareness Class

Date: Tuesday, March 6

Time: 6:00pm - 7:30pm

Location: In-Store

Details: As outdoor enjoyers, often times we find ourselves longing for more- more terrain, more powder, more adventure. Although this is a normal urge to have, we at evo believe you should be prepared for adverse conditions in the backcountry. This is why teamed up with the Northwest Avalanche Center and Patagonia to bring this backcountry awareness class to Seattle on March 6th. Program length is 1-2 hours. Specific programs are in place for middle and high schools, motorized (snowmobile) users, non-motorized (skier, snowboarder, snowshoer) and mixed user groups. All courses taught are AIARE (American Institute of Avalanche Research and Education) approved. No prior experience is needed, just the willingness and interest in building a foundation on snow safety education.

RSVP and invite your friends
3/10

The Fun/Suffer Divide- Exploring Conservation Through Particpation

Date: Saturday, March 10

Time: 6pm-8pm

Location: In-Store

Details: Photographer Scott Rinckenberger, filmer Justin Olsen & Chris Shalbot spent 11 days mountain biking, camping exploring a remote section of the Continental Divide Trail in the Montana and Idaho backcountry. Over those 11 days they drank from the streams, swam in the lakes and encountered unexpected challenges that made their time in the mountains something they'll remember for the rest of their lives. We hope the presentation of photos, video and stories from Scott, Justin and Chris' adventure inspire you to plan your own and explore the less traveled trails in order to preserve their access by bike. Free and family friendly - Complimentary beverages - Prizes from sponsors Proceeds benefit the trial groups that maintain your local trails and the trails from this project: Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance & Salmon Idaho Mountain Biking Alliance. YETI Coolers Mountain Safety Research Therm-a-rest Patagonia Transition Giro

Come get inspired for your own adventure
3/20

NWAC Free Avalanche Awareness Class

Date: Tuesday, March 20

Time: 6:00pm - 7:30pm

Location: In-Store

Details: As outdoor enjoyers, often times we find ourselves longing for more- more terrain, more powder, more adventure. Although this is a normal urge to have, we at evo believe you should be prepared for adverse conditions in the backcountry. This is why teamed up with the Northwest Avalanche Center and Patagonia to bring this backcountry awareness class to Seattle on March 20th. Program length is 1-2 hours. Specific programs are in place for middle and high schools, motorized (snowmobile) users, non-motorized (skier, snowboarder, snowshoer) and mixed user groups. All courses taught are AIARE (American Institute of Avalanche Research and Education) approved. No prior experience is needed, just the willingness and interest in building a foundation on snow safety education.