Cimarron West is a full-blown western store that serves people who live and enjoy
a western lifestyle. The original owners, Eddie and Lynda Jeffers of Gladstone,
New Mexico, had been working on this project for several years along with Eddie's
brother, Casey, and his wife, Gayanne, before opening their doors in October 1989.
All felt it had great promise since Cimarron is surrounded by several large ranches.
Casey and Gayanne left Amarillo, Texas where Casey finished saddle making
school, learning this trade from famed saddle maker, Eddie Collie.
Meanwhile, Eddie and Lynda purchased the "Ranch Bar"
building in downtown Cimarron, which had been occupied for several years by local
artist, Woody Crumbo. Casey and Gayanne managed the store, and in 1998 assumed ownership
and still own and operate Cimarron West today. The building is about 3,500 square
feet and includes a great selection of western wear for all ages: straw and felt
hats, jewelry, buckles and belts, tack, boots, ropes, animal health products, and
feed for all livestock and domestic animals. Cimarron West can bid out competitive
prices on fencing material and bulk feed. Casey's shop is right smack in the middle
of the store where he makes saddles, chinks, chaps, and belts.
Casey and Gayanne jokingly like to say that Cimarron
West is, "the biggest little western store in New Mexico." They strive to make customer
service the number one priority and take pride in carrying only the best western
brands in clothing, hats, boots, and tack. With twenty years experience under their
belts, Cimarron West is a business you can trust and the prices are fair. Stop in
and say hello when you're passing through Cimarron, New Mexico. The door is open
Monday through Saturday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
256 Tenth Street
Cimarron, NM 87714