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Sandy be damned: Wayne's Out There Outfitters was able to complete renovation plans despite a power outage that spanned several days. The Main Line activewear shop busted through a brick wall, tweaked some displays and store lighting, and has officially reopened for business.
The shop stocks outdoor and active apparel for Main Liners with a bankroll— think The North Face, Marmot, Barbour, and Arc'teryx. But the real belle of the ball is the store's impressive amount of offerings from Patagonia (dubbed PataGucci for its hefty price tags). Now that the store boasts more square footage, Out There Outfitters touts the largest selection of Patagonia from Washington, DC all the way to New York.
· Out There Outfitters [Official Site]