Ensure that you reach your next destination in comfort.

Trails to magical vistas are calling.

Department Videos
Staff Picks

Joan of Arctic

Tough like a snow boot with a dose of whimsical fashion, Sorel’s Joan of Arctic is your 2-in-1 boot for the season, weatherproof, yet nice enough ...

Joan of Arctic

Tough like a snow boot with a dose of whimsical fashion, Sorel’s Joan of Arctic is your 2-in-1 boot for the season, weatherproof, yet nice enough for downtown. Durable full-grain suede uppers topped with a faux fur cuff are seam-sealed and waterproof, as is the handcrafted rubber lower. A thick felt InnerBoot warms your feet.

This boot has been selling for us. Members of our staff have Joan of Arctics in their quiver of winter footwear.

* Material: Synthetic/Leather

* Mid Sole: EVA

* Insulated: yes

* Waterproof: yes

* Width: Regular

* Outsole: Herringbone

* Removable Liner: yes


Salewa Firetail

Extended lacing and multi-fit footbed allow a true customized fit. The only real approach shoes that can be used on the most technical trails to approac...

Salewa Firetail

Extended lacing and multi-fit footbed allow a true customized fit. The only real approach shoes that can be used on the most technical trails to approach the wall. They are light enough to be easily hung on the harness while climbing and allow a comfortable retreat thanks to their fit and the dampening of the EVA midsole with PU Shock Absorber. Comfortable and cool enough for a daily use. GORE-TEX®, the sticky vibram outsole, climbing rubber rand and a special Aramidic protection on the midsole make it state of the art.


Photo Gallery
Click photo to enlarge

Carrying some of top brands in the footwear industry, JD High Country Outfitters has something for everyone. Come on upstairs, whether you’re looking to run on or off trail, paddle the river, hike, hunt, ski, snowboard or snowshoe, its on our wall. Our selection spans all four seasons and includes designer lines, casual wear and children’s products as well.

Let the experts at JDHCO inform and guide you through ensuring a quality fit from your footwear selection. A proper fit is the first step in determining if its going to be a good or bad day for your feet regardless of the activity. The staff can additionally assist in selecting the right socks from our vast array.

Ryan Huggins(aka Bootsie), who has a storied history as a professional ski boot fitter and footwear expert in the Rockies, pilots our Footwear and Camping Departments. His extensive knowledge of orthotics coupled with that of shoe and boot design has sculpted our lines. You will find that Ryan has chosen products ideally suited for exploring the Tetons and beyond.

Footwear Brands


Innovation and tradition share equally deep roots at SCARPA, which today remains a family owned company with its headquarters and performance footwear manufacturing facilities in the same regions of northern Italy where it got its start in 1938.


The North Face

The North Face delivers an extensive line of performance apparel, equipment, and footwear. We push the boundaries of innovation so that you can push the boundaries of exploration. We remain deeply proud to be the first choice of the world's most accomplished climbers, mountaineers, extreme skiers, snowboarders, endurance runners, and explorers.



ASICS, an acronym derived from the Latin phrase, Anima Sana In Corpore Sano - a sound mind in a sound body. Staying true to the philosophy by which it was founded, every ASICS innovation, every concept, every idea is intended to create the best product. Our mission is to become the number one brand for the sports enthusiast. To accomplish this, we pledge to continue to make the best product; striving to build upon our technological advances and pushing the limits on what we can learn from the body and its needs in athletic gear. We pledge to bring harmony to the body and soul.


FITS Sock Co.

At FITS Sock company, our products are crafted with the finest products and the highest standards to give you a guaranteed perfect fit. Made with pride in the USA.



Patagonia grew out of a small company that made tools for climbers. Alpinism remains at the heart of a worldwide business that still makes clothes for climbing – as well as for skiing, snowboarding, surfing, fly fishing, paddling and trail running. These are all silent sports. None requires a motor; none delivers the cheers of a crowd. In each sport, reward comes in the form of hard-won grace and moments of connection between us and nature.



Salomon was born in 1947 in the heart of the French Alps and the birthplace of modern alpinism. Driven by passion for skiing and design innovation, Francois Salomon and his son George designed and perfected many of the first modern ski bindings.


Founded in 1962 on the frozen plains of Canada, SOREL brings its functionality and heritage of expert craftsmanship to the modern world of fashion, where it is inspiring a new generation of doers, builders, and creators. And though SOREL makes more than just boots, there’s a boot in everything SOREL makes.



It's been 25 years since we took our first step into the Grand Canyon, and not a moment has gone by that Teva® (that's "teh'-vah," not "tee-vah") hasn't been hard at work developing products that enable and encourage your adventure. Of course, given our heritage, we have an obsession with water, and our passion lies in identifying and enhancing the areas in which water effects an adventure. To us, water presents a paradox. It is the source of a year-round playground, but it simultaneously poses a year-round problem. Anyone who has ever slipped on a patch of ice or been forced to deal with soaking wet socks can attest to this duality.



In 1965 Vasque founder William D. Sweasy traveled to Europe and found our future. Outdoor recreation and mountaineering were sweeping the continent, and Sweasy knew it was a matter of time until the craze found its way stateside. He began preparing his high quality mountaineering and hiking boots so he’d be ready when the time came. After a brief run under the brand name “Voyageur,” Sweasy changed the name to Vasque in 1971 (for Fort Vasquez in the mountain mecca of Colorado). And no, the rest is not history. The Vasque trail continues today, breaking new ground toward what’s next. That’s what happens when you keep your eyes firmly focused on the trail ahead.