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Columbia Gorge Premium Outlets, Troutdale

(3.2/5 based on 45+ reviews on the web)
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  • I've been to several Premium Outlets and this was not one of the better ones. It looked a bit dumpy and the stores didn't have great selection compared to some of the bigger Premium Outlets. This one ...  more »
  • We only hit a few stores. We did not see any great deals that we could not live without There is no Nike store that my husband wanted. This is smaller with a couple of empty storefronts 
  • Stopped to look for a shirt for my granddaughter for her birthday. At the Gymbore. Sadly they did not have her size. Checked the uniform shop and Van husen store . Did buy lunch at Subway. 
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  • Good place to spend lots of money an kill an afternoon need more guy stuff like a sporting good store like car parts store so guy dont have to do GIRL shopping
  • Convienent tax-free shopping. If you have kids, they have some great brands! Gymboree, Gap, Osh Kosh, Carter's etc. And yes, there are always good deals if you take the time and actually look (additional off of some serious mark downs, 25% off of 40, stuff like that). They used to have a coupon book at the management office also? Yes, good food could be added, but you also have the option of driving (seriously like a 2 min drive) to some of the local businesses just up the hill like Edgefield, The General store, Italian food, a couple of bars etc. Hubby needs to sit somewhere and wait? The subway has a giant indoor seating area that's often vacant. They used to have a big screen tv with sports on even! (Not sure if they still do) The mall employees I've come a crossed were all very friendly! An enjoyable shopping experience. If you disagree, then you're obviously missing something.
  • If there are stores at this location you like it will be good but I don't care for most of the brands here. Sometimes the size selection is limited and only odd sizes are the majority.
  • This place has always confused me. An amalgamation of mostly a bunch of crappy stores with nothing of any real value to sell. 75% of the stuff in 75% of the stores here are knick-knacks or knock-offs. Plenty of parking and a few public restrooms. If you want to walk around and find a deal on some clothes, you could probably accomplish that here.
  • There are not too many options here to shop the building is a little dated. The coach store is of course very nice and had great deals!