The cold weather has arrived. Now is the time to stop in to Earth’s Edge shoe store and check out the wide variety of winter boots, hiking boots, and socks we have in stock. These are in addition to our usual range of running, casual and everyday shoes!
Currently, we have over 500 of styles of casual, travel, running, and hiking shoes, hiking boots, winter boots, slippers, socks, sandals, ice cleats, and accessories.
Shopping online for shoes and boots can be difficult. You never know if the shoes are going to fit or if the color is exactly what you are looking for. When you shop at Earth’s Edge, our friendly staff will help you find the size, color, and style you are looking for.
Earth’s Edge is a one-stop shop for all your favorite brands of shoes and boots. We stock the following brands:
- Darn Tough
- Hoka One One
- Outdoor Research
- The North Face
When you shop at Earth’s Edge, you are supporting a locally-owned family business that has been serving the Grand Haven community for over 25 years.
We offer a wide selection of footwear in the store. We offer online shopping and for those who prefer to shop online, we offer in store or curbside pickup.
When things get busy in Grand Haven during the summer, you may want to escape to nearby Muskegon for a hike or bike ride along the lakeshore. One trail that hikers and bikers should explore is the Lakeshore Trail — it is 12 miles long and offers amazing views of Muskegon Lake and Lake Michigan. Hikers and bikers will get to walk or bike through the middle of the Muskegon Lake Nature Preserve. Best of all, the path is paved so it is great for hikers and bikers of all experience levels. The path has very few changes in elevation, so it is a perfect path for everyone.
Take A Hike At P.J. Hoffmaster State Park
For those looking for a great place to hike or camp that is close by, check out P.J. Hoffmaster park in Muskegon. This state park is only about 20 minutes from Grand Haven and offers some great hiking trails and a wonderful campground.
Spring is here and us Michiganders can’t wait until our mitten state is in full bloom! What better way to celebrate spring being sprung than going for a hometown hike! We grabbed our Salewa hiking footwear and headed to Muskegon State Park to ring in the new season!