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Do you love to wear western style clothes? Is shopping for cowboy boots and a hat your idea of a fun afternoon? If yes, then read on about Western Stores in Alabama. In the Heart of Dixie, we know western style, and fortunately, we have plenty of places to score finds in western clothing, tack, and accessories.
Some of the Western Stores in our state only sell boots. Others sell boots and clothing. Still others add accessories and tack to their store offerings. One particular store combines Western Wear with Dance Wear to answer the needs of a unique, niche market – the western square dancer.
Not only do the stores offer clothing, tack, and accessories for men and women, they also have full lines for children, outfitting the entire family from hat to boots in western wear.
Often the stores that offer tack as well as clothing, boots, and hats, are also involved in community equine activities. One such store in south Alabama offers monthly barrel races, benefit events, and local community events at its store arena. This store, the Summerdale Western Store, in Summerdale, Alabama has enjoyed great success not only because of its involvement in the horse community, but also for its extensive product offerings and the staff’s dedication to excellent customer service.
Owner of the Summerdale Western Store, Nikki Nitteberg, interviewed with Alabama Horse Talk Radio and shared her history with horses and her experiences since purchasing the Summerdale Western Store from her father in 2,000.
To read more about Western Stores in Alabama:
- Western Stores Matter
- Western Store Trends
- Wednesday Wisdom – Nikki Nitteberg
- Western Store Trivia
- Western Store Fun
- Nikki Nitteberg on Alabama Horse Talk Radio