Bar G opened as “The Tack Shop” 205 S. Main selling tack, saddles and doing boot and shoe repair by owners Buz and Fern Goodson. In 1978 they moved to 203 S. Main and opened as Bar G Western & Casual Wear. In 1995 they purchased the present location of 115 W. 2nd Street and it was the best move for their store. Due to an electrical fire in 1996 the business closed for three months to remodel and restock the floor. They are a true “Mom & Pop” operation, with two of their sons and family helping for special events and Christmas. Granddaughters also help when school is out.
They offer western and casual wear for the entire family. From the top of your head to the soles of your feet, they can outfit you! They are constantly updating inventory with current styles.
Bar G received the coveted “Resistol Windy Ryon Retailer of the Year” awarded in January 2017, an achievement that is no small task. This award is a national recognition and Buz and Fern are humbled and grateful for the recognition.
When you stop by for all your clothing and tack need, don’t forget to drop in the Bargain Basement!
Chuck Abbott started Big League Sports in 1986 in the Sands Shopping Center. In the summer of 1991 Chuck moved his business on the square in downtown Portales.
Custom sport apparel business. They offer customers the ability to create many custom apparel options, in store and on the spot!
Big League provides many of the printed shirts you see in the are for schools, sports teams and local businesses.
Skinner’s Western Wear is the oldest business in Roosevelt County starting in 1924. Three generation of Skinner men have been involved in this family business.
Skinner’s offers men’s western clothing, work wear, and outer wear dress.
They feature quality leather boots made for the working rancher. They try to purchase and sell items made in the USA as much as they can.