If you’re looking to load up on made-in-Portland souvenirs, unusual artwork and Northwest heritage home goods, look no further than Old Town Chinatown.
Buy directly from local artisans at Portland Saturday Market, the nation’s largest weekly open-air arts and crafts market. Located in Waterfront Park, the market is open rain or shine, Saturday and Sunday, March-Dec. 24.
To give your abode that Portland feel, stop at Pendleton Home for goods from one of Oregon’s oldest and most famous businesses. Along with Pendleton’s iconic woolen blankets, the company’s only home-goods location features a complete indoor décor line and plenty of their sought-after board shirts.
Speaking of skateboards, the nearby Cal Skate, Oregon’s largest and oldest skateboard shop, stocks more than 300 different decks and an ever-growing inventory of longboards, cruisers and pro models.
Floating World Comics houses an inventory of obscure titles shelved alongside mainstream selections and beautifully composed volumes of cutting-edge graphic art and design.
Founded by the Martinez family in 1969, Orox Leather Co. is a longtime Saturday Market vendor that opened a storefront in 2012. In addition to their famous sandals, they also craft wallets, bags, belts and more.
Tradition meets modern style at Kiriko, an upscale boutique that reimagines fashion using vintage Japanese textiles—each piece is handmade and no scrap goes unused—creating unique gifts you’ll cherish for years to come.
Looking for the perfect gift to send friends and family during your trip? Visit Hello From Portland for locally-made treats, coffee, souvenirs and apparel that literally send a friendly hello.
Sneaker Week offers fun events for sneaker addicts and footwear newbies alike.
Casual collectors and seasoned sneakerheads can dive into the Portland sneakerhead scene at these Old Town Chinatown shops and businesses.
Portland's laidback, chic aesthetic makes it the ideal home for streetwear. Shop ‘til you drop (tax-free, of course!) at these Portland streetwear shops.