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Alaska Outdoor Gear Outfitter & Rentals will pull together what you need for everything from a summer campout to a winter snowshoe or aurora viewing expedition. This Anchorage institution has a great slogan: “If you don’t know furs, know your furrier.” The furs themselves come from Alaska and other parts of the world—such as Scandinavia and Russia—and come from mink, beaver, lynx, and fox, to name a few.

They can smoke, can or freeze your own catches for the trip home, or you can pick up fresh or frozen gourmet gift packs from their retail counter.

On request they can also delay shipment until you're back home.

Bring in a catch from your fishing trip and that day they'll cut it into meal-sized portions, vacuum package, blast-freeze, and box it for you to take home.

Their commercial blast freezers operate at 40 degrees below More...

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Pick up some items made from this rare, lustrous fiber when you’re downtown at the co-op; you’ll have a rare treasure that can be found nowhere else in the world.

This Anchorage institution stores and processes salmon, halibut, crab, shrimp and more.

It’s eclectic, “quaint-meets-cool” gift and More... This downtown shop and café is a little glimpse into old Anchorage—a city that wasn't completely about logging, fishing and tough guys.

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Shop for real Alaskan gold, or for qiviut, a fabric made from the undercoat of the Arctic musk ox. And food, of course: salmon (fresh or smoked), king crab legs, scallops, shrimp, and reindeer sausage.

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