Whether you’re Battle Born and raised or consider the Silver State your home away from home, one thing’s for sure: Nevada is an inspiring place. We’re a land full of originals, which is especially true when it comes to the artisans who keep our favorite shops, boutiques, and markets stocked with homegrown delights and handcrafted wares.
With a click or a tap, you can get some made-in-Nevada goodies delivered straight to your door. Go on a (virtual) shopping spree at 30+ online stores linked below, and be sure to bring us along for the ride and show us what you scored by using #TravelNevada.
CLOTHING, JEWELRY & ACCESSORIES
J.M. Capriola Co.
With 90 years of saddle making under their belts, this historic, family-run business crafts handmade western goods that often become family heirlooms. If ranch ropes and spur straps aren’t for you, shop their apparel, outdoor items, and book store.
State 36 Clothing Co.
Shop select gift packages or build your own, with goods ranging from beanies and baby onesies to decals, jewelry, and water bottles.
Wild is Calling
Get your wardrobe on point with clothing collections that include Desert Love, Nevada Pride, and Knights Fan Gear.
You’ll enjoy warmer weather even more when you’re rockin’ a gorgeous swimsuit. And P.S.! Strange Bikinis has been making face masks and doing giveaways for frontline workers. We love rallying for the community!
Honey & Goldies
Show off some Nevada bling with (literal) Silver State pendants or jewelry made from local turquoise.
Home Means Nevada Co.
Show your Battle Born pride (and look good doing so) with your pick of shirts, hats, hoodies, home goods, and more.
Featuring the finest in Native American art, you’ll find bolo ties, belt buckles, watches, sandpaintings, and a wide range of jewelry, including pieces crafted by master silversmith and goldsmith Erick Begay.
Battle Born Pins
Add pieces of flair with enamel pins of vintage Vegas icons – think the Riviera, Stardust, and Elvis – along with the state flower, state bird, and “Battle Born” motto.
FOOD & DRINK
Get community supported agriculture (CSA) delivered right to your door with weekly or bi-weekly baskets of various local produce, and find online recipes and a Nevada Grown cookbook to help you whip those goodies into something extra tasty.
Homemade from homegrown ingredients, shop jams, dressings, and pasta sauce online (and don’t forget a trip to the Fallon farm for produce picking down the road).
Made from Italian family recipes, you can select from three gourmet pasta sauces, including a vegetarian option.
Basin and Range Cellars
Straight from the vineyard in Minden, you can pop bottles of vino from the only all-Nevada winery in the Silver State.
Plan ahead for when you can sip samples in person by picking up a gift card or prepaid distillery tour, or savor fudge made with Ferino’s Cannella Cinnamon Cordial.
Nevada Brining Company
Kick up your grocery list with boozy pickles, spiced carrots, and pickled peppers, sourced and brined locally.
Pahrump Honey Company
Unbeelievably delicious, you can enjoy raw desert honey in comb, liquid, powder, and pollen form, along with lotion, tinctures, and lip balm.
Enjoy a Cowboy Joe cup of joe from home with buckaroo and rodeo blends (and packaging that’ll bring the wild west right to your counter).
Steep your choice of dozens of organic, fair trade teas, from loose leaf blends and ayurvedic infusions to iced tea options and more.
Handcrafted in small batches, you won’t be able to resist chocolate barks, honeycomb, toffees and turtles from this gem based in Gardnerville.
Chocolate Nugget Candy Factory
Homemade chocolates, fudge, taffy, and more await at this candy shop that’s been in business for three generations.
Ethel M Chocolates
Build a box of truffles, caramels, liqueurs, and seasonal chocolates, and then bookmark a future trip to the on-site botanical cactus garden (especially magical during Christmas).
Sink your sweet tooth into chocolate-coated sunflower seats, pretzel bites, and salted caramel ChocoRocks from this tourable candy factory.
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HOME & BEAUTY
Black Rock Mud
Sourced straight from the earth and harvested by hand, this mineral-rich mud mask will leave your skin feeling oh so good.
Bottoms Up Candles
Empty wine, beer, and spirit bottles (along with others) get recycled into 100% premium soy wax candles in a wide range of sizes and scents.
Natural ingredients shine at this modern apothecary that custom blends soaps, lotion, balms, and more for your skincare, grooming, home, and pet needs.
Campie’s Lavender Patch
Fill your home with the scent of high desert lavender by way of lotions, essential oils, bubble bath, and sachets.
The Writer’s Block
Snap up new bestsellers and old classics at this book store that also doubles as an artificial bird sanctuary.
Sundance Books and Music
Virtually peruse books, music, puzzles, and games from this Biggest Little City favorite.
Dig into 80+ years of digital issues covering all corners of history and adventure in the Silver State, or pick up a ghost town map for your next road trip.
NEIGHBORHOODS & MARKETPLAECS
Shops of all sorts are housed on the bottom floor of Reno’s historic post office, including jewelry, coffee, adventure gear, and Scandinavian interior design.
A community hub for eats and entertainment, retailers include curated vintage goods, boutique plant and flower stores, handmade furniture, and bath and body products.
18b Arts District
Soak up endless art and culture across 18 blocks in the heart of Las Vegas, with businesses ranging from antiques and art galleries to museums and theatres.
Downtown Container Park
Crafted from shipping containers and featuring a fire-breathing praying mantis, you can pick up jerky, cigars, bath bombs, and kettle corn from this downtown marketplace.
Midtown District Reno
This eclectic neighborhood is home to more than 250 businesses – think restaurants and bars, tattoo and piercing parlors, fitness and yoga studios, coffee shops and clothing boutiques – many of which are shoppable online or selling gift cards for future in-person visits.
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