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Vermont shopping

Shopping in Vermont means you will probably go home with some cheese and a bottle of maple syrup, just as generations before you have done. But these days, there's a good chance you'll also go home with a Brooks Brothers suit or a Betsey Johnson dress, if you spend time at Manchester's outlet extravaganza; glass and pottery from the Simon Pearce Mill at Quechee; or bags of java from the Green Mountain Coffee Roasters in Waterbury.

There's no shortage of sports and outdoor stores anywhere in the state, but Burlington has a particularly strong selection of hiker and biker outfitters. It's also home to snowboarding pioneer Jake Burton's flagship store. The outskirts of Burlington, especially the former industrial district of the South End, are now full of funky art shops and studios. But some of the best shopping in Vermont happens when you explore the back roads that knit together the communities of local artists and farmers. There are antique stores galore, yes, but also top-notch galleries and curiosities such as the Vermont Country Store—shopping there means you could go home with just about anything.

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Vermont Country Store, Weston

Leave yourself plenty of time for perusing the wares of this Weston landmark (found in the center of Vermont, northeast of Manchester), whose old-fashioned...more

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The Mill at Quechee, Quechee

Although Irish glassblowing wizard Simon Pearce has established more than a dozen retail stores around the United States, the Mill is his original American...more

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Manchester Designer Outlets

Vermonters easily shed their Birkenstock- and flannel-wearing reputation in the cute-chic town of Manchester, where the streets are lined with designer outlets,...more

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Green Mountain Coffee Roasters Factory Outlet, Waterbury

Green Mountain Coffee is considered by many locals to be the best in New England, and here you'll be able to sample as much as you want and decide for yourself....more

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Church Street Marketplace, Burlington

Burlington's shopping district is a cobblestone, pedestrian-only affair that covers several downtown blocks. You'll find the inescapable Banana Republic,...more

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Church and Maple Glass Studio, Burlington

The only spot in Burlington that might be called industrial chic, this former taxi garage was transformed into a glassblowing studio several years ago....more

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Burton Flagship Store, Burlington

Shopping for snowboarding gear at the Burton Flagship Store is the snow-sliding equivalent of flying to Germany to buy your BMW: A value-added shopping...more

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