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For packs, outdoorwear, USGS topo maps and anything else you need for backcountry trips, stop at Foggy Mountain Shop. This is the only outdoor shop in town with top-of-the-line equipment, and the prices reflect that.
Besides having a great selection of paddles and paddling gear, these guys have T-shirts, aloha shirts, beachwear and everything you might need for a day at the beach – along with a friendly and relaxed atmosphere.
Colorful and over the top, this South Congress staple has been outfitting Austinites for years. You can rent or buy costume pieces, which is this place's specialty, but you can also find everyday vintage duds as well.
If you need an upscale mall, this one has the requisite Neiman-Marcus, Williams-Sonoma, Saks etc. Downstairs is a seven-screen AMC movie theater. It’s right beside the Metro, a stone’s throw from the Maryland border.
An intimate, hidden-away courtyard shop that specializes in selling signed shooting scripts from past blockbusters, and first editions from Shakespeare ($2500 to $4000), Salinger ($21,000) and JK Rowling ($30,000 and...
A concrete-floor emporium of quirky cool, OK has art and cookbooks, bar kits and paper lanterns, glass radiometers (measures light), pens and notebooks. But you might enjoy the jewelry and glassware most of all.
A cluster of several independent stores, including a hip novelty shop, a wine merchant and a few stylish indie boutiques, occupies this two-floor space. Local musicians often liven up the open hall space.
Tin toys and aloha shirts, bric-a-brac and vintage Hawaiiana – who knows what you'll find at this secondhand antiques and curiosities shop. Bonus: it sells scoops of Tropical Dreams ice cream, made in Hilo.
If your idea of paradise involves a great selection of cut-price kicks, make a bee line for this sprawling, unisex chain. Shoes range from formal to athletic, with no shortage of popular and higher-end labels.
Occupying shopfronts on either side of Fremont St, this lo-fi thrift store is the kind of place where kitsch prints sidle up to retro vases, ceramics to old Beatles tape cartridges. A hit-and-miss adventure.
The South’s oldest gay bookstore is a ramshackle, intellectual spot, and a good place to pick up local ‘zines and catch up on the New Orleans scene, gay or otherwise. Look for the subtle (enormous) rainbow flag.
Check out music at Max Recordings , a record label started by then-16-year-old Burt Taggart, one of the originals of the movement. Its intention was to give voice to the bands and songwriters of Little Rock.
If you’re planning on camping on the coast or exploring the Lost Coast, this is the best outfitter in the region, stocking detailed maps of the region’s wilderness areas, fuel for stoves and high-quality gear.
This massive makeup chain emporium has every conceivable line of cosmetics and skin products – Clinique, Hamadi, Clarins, Toni & Tina, Hard Candy, Nars, Estée Lauder, Paula Dorf, Korres and much, much more.
A funky snowboard outfitter and supplier set above Ardent Style on Main St. It rents and sells snowboards, boots and all the gear you'll need to shred down the slopes and look good doing it. Only open in-season.
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