Lee's Adventure Sports is a family-owned Southwest Michigan outdoor sports gear business that was started in December of 1954 by Bill and Evelyn Lee. Lee's is presently located at 311 West Kilgore Road and is run by Skip Lee, the next generation.
We have a great Southwest Michigan outdoor sports gear staff with extensive product knowledge and a wide range of experience:
Full Time Staff
We offer a Southwest Michigan outdoor sports gear product mix of camping, kayaking, hiking, backpacking, skis, snowboards, xc skis, snowshoes, canoes, kayaks, footwear, travel gear, luggage and the clothing to do it all in. Performance and quality is in all of our products.
Some of our awesome outdoor sports gear vendors include: Asolo, Burton, Fischer, K2, Keen, Lolë, Nordica, P&H SeaKayaks, Patagonia, Perception, Prana, Salomon, Sierra Designs, Smartwool, Technica, The North Face, Thermarest, Völkl Skis, Wilderness Systems, and many more.
Started in 1954 in southwest Michigan at the Cork Lane shopping center; we were known as Lee's Toys and Hobbies. That changed as the product mix became more outdoor sports gear and we became Lee's Sports and Sportswear. We moved to the Kilgore Road location and slowly the outdoor sports gear product mix became more and more outdoor and winter sports oriented and Lee's Adventure Sports emerged.
Why Buy Local
An old-school idea that has never gone out of style. The staff & management at Lee's Adventure Sports pride ourselves on exceptional knowledge of all our products. We'll help you deal with warranty issues, returns and exchanges. We have a Boot-Fit Guarantee and installation for Yakima Rack purchases. Plus we provide kayaking & backpacking lessons, ski and snowshoe rentals, along with our satisfaction-guaranteed ski shop services.
Creating Community Jobs & Income
During rough economic times, we can all do our small part by supporting products made local or in-the-USA. Lee's Adventure Sports has been involved in building an active, healthy community for two generations. Check for a product with your locally-owned stores before heading to big-box chains. Your patronage supports local jobs and balances your town's economy.