The siren call of allCanes' massive collection of Miami Hurricanes clothing, memorabilia, and accessories entices not only fans to wander its spaces, but also pro athletes of the past and present. Since converting from a sporting goods store to a Hurricanes-only shop in the mid 80's, football greats have brought family and friends to outfit them in green and orange. NFL players, such as Willis McGahee and Ken Dorsey, walked between racks of gear where greats including Warren Sapp, Ray Lewis, and Jessie Armstead once signed autographs.
While big name players may draw crowds, it's allCanes' stock that wins the day. From the front door to the back wall, every inch of wall, shelf, and rack space teems with Hurricanes apparel from brands such as Nike and My U. Hurricanes baseball caps line racks set in between panoramic shots of the stadium and beanies, while racks hold popular fan t-shirts, such as "The U Invented Swagger." In all, around 1,000 UM-related items call the shop home during football season.
When a first-time visitor steps into Sale Rack, she rolls up her sleeves, beelines to the well-organized racks, and rummages through a trove of eclectic designer dresses, jeans, and shirts marked down 60%–80% off retail prices. This ritual—what the recycled-clothing-boutique owner calls "a modern day treasure hunt"—may take a bit more patience than the average store experience, but the bounty can be glorious: vintage Louis Vuitton bags, Citizens of Humanity denim, Miu Miu blouses, a never-been-worn Marc Jacobs dress, and anti-gravity space wear by NASA. Though labels often bear big names, staff members scrutinize every item to ensure its fresh, bold style and prime condition. The resulting apparel, accessories, and home-décor items have wowed even professional eyes, grabbing a Boutique of the Week title from College Fashionista and mentions on Miami Fashion Blog and DailyCandy.
As the Spanish-language sister paper of the Miami Herald, El Nuevo Herald has been serving South Florida's sizable Spanish-speaking population in one form or another since the 1970s. The paper keeps subscribers up to date on the latest local, national, and international news, with a special focus on events in Cuba, Venezuela, and Latin America. Of course, it also covers sports and entertainment and offers opinion pieces on current affairs and hot-button issues.
Marce Shirtmaker has been in business since 1969 and has operated in our Coral Gables storefront since 2007. We specialize in custom tailored dress shirts and guayaberas. All shirts are handmade and can be made within five hours if rush is required. We invite anyone to stop by and take a look at our shirts and accessories.
By Design Jewelers specializes in custom designed fine jewelry made in platinum, white, yellow and rose gold. Each piece of jewelry uses the highest quality in diamond, pearl, precious and semi-precious gemstones.
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Staff Size: 2?10 people
Parking: Parking lot
Most popular offering: Free 30ml e-Liquid with purchase of kit
Pro Tip: Ask as many questions as you would like. Our staff is friendly and knowledgeable.
Good for Kids: No
Walk-ins Welcome: Yes
The two founders of Vapor Addicts discovered that they shared a challenge: a pack-a-day smoking habit that had lasted for more than 10 years. When they decided to quit, they discovered the electronic cigarette. The device, they found, gave them the sensation of smoking without the associated health risks, and even came in tasty flavors. So impressed were they, that they wanted to share it with others trying to quit, so they started their own e-cigarette business: Vapor Addicts.
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