Below is a list of the top and leading Sporting Goods Stores in Canberra. To help you find the best sporting goods stores located near you in Canberra, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
Canberra’s Best Sporting Goods Stores:
The top rated sporting goods stores offering a wide variety of sporting needs are:
- Bodyline Sports
- Kathmandu Canberra Outlet
Lululemon was launched in Vancouver, Canada in 1998, lululemon athletica is a technical athletic apparel company for running, yoga, training and most other sweaty pursuits. Canada is where you can trace their beginnings, their global community is where you will find their soul. They were born from a love of daily sweat, the desire to innovate technical athletic gear and the appetite to build a community where they can live their best life. Get the low-down on their ever-evolving journey.
Sports Bras, Tanks, Long Sleeves, Sweaters & Jackets, Bags, Yoga Mats, Water Bottles, Swimming Apparel, Running Gears.
“Always a great service and good range at lou lou.” -Elizabeth Growney
Bodyline Sports owner and operator Richard O’Rourke began playing squash in Canberra on 1973 with the Dickson Squash Club, he was then recruited to the clubs committee and quickly found out that the sport and administrative skills matched in with his lifestyle as he advanced through the grades, as a result Bodyline sports was born and opened its doors during June 1988. In the year 2000 Richard was awarded the Australian medal by the Governor General (Australian sporting achievement) and has since been awarded life membership to the Dickson squash club.
Racquet Restringing and Regripping Services, Footwear, Socks, Accessories, Raquets, Squash Raquets.
“They are very good here. Great service both before and after purchase.” -Roger Ward
Kathmandu Canberra Outlet
Kathmandu Canberra Outlet for 3 decades, they have designed their gear to take on the rugged landscapes of their homeland and to outfit the adventurous spirit of their people. With Kiwi ingenuity, and an open mind philosophy, they continuously adapt their gear to endure diverse terrains, different weather conditions, and the everchanging needs of travellers. They act with people and the planet in mind – from the creative minds of their designers, to the wary hands of their suppliers, to the backs of their customers all around the world.
Jackets and Vests, Hoodies and Pullovers, Sleeping Bags and Mattresses, Camping and Hiking bags, Boots Shoes, Sneakers, Sandals, Running Packs and Bladders, Cycling Bags, Ski and Snow Accessories, Gloves and Mittens.
“Good customer service, broad range, a lot at clearance prices.” -Nancy Olsen
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