New Boots for Hiking the Bonneville Shoreline

This spring, I went up to the Rainbow Gardens parking lot, and instead of taking Birdsong Trail like usual, my boyfriend and I hiked up to the Bonneville Shoreline trail! It was breathtaking getting to see behind the water pipe that goes over 12th street as it heads up to Ogden Canyon, and we got to meet some fun dogs and watch as people made their way further up the mountains above us. If you’re looking to hike or camp in the Uintas or Northern Continue reading →

Valentine’s Day Outfits: “You had me at YELLOW”

“You had me at yellow” is how this young couple came to be. Spencer, part of the Sporting Goods team here at Smith & Edwards, and his lovely new wife Emily, said they would love to be the models of our new Valentine’s Day outfits. So, we took them across the road to Willard Bay, and what a beautiful winter day for this cute couple to spend together! You had me at Yellow… Emily looks amazing in this cute yellow and gray raglan tee from Continue reading →

Women’s Country Winter Outfits – December Inspiration

Take on winter with the hottest outerwear and cold weather wear from Smith and Edwards. Stay stylish and warm by adding from our selection of gloves, hats, scarves, winter boots and base layers. From fleece jackets to rugged work wear we have you covered. Winter-Tough in Lilac Ladies woven CINCH printed blouse and denim CINCH jean. You read that right: LADIES Cinch. Cinch has been a leader in the western industry since its inception. Known for its quality products and innovative designs it is now Continue reading →

Smith And Edwards Visits Tony Lama

This July, our President of Smith and Edwards, Craig Smith, and our boot department manager, Evan Gibson, were invited on a trip to El Paso, Texas to visit the Tony Lama factory. The above video is of a man nailing and pegging the shank of a boot. Notice where he’s pulling the nails out of; HIS MOUTH! Who would of thought someone could make handling a mouth-full of nails look so easy. Craig and Evan learned quite a bit about the process it takes to Continue reading →