Xtreme Halloween celebrates the art of disguise with hundreds of costumes, accessories, and Halloween decorations. The costume emporium's Roseville location stocks Halloween accessories and costumes for children and babies as well as adults, and the Davis location specializes in costumes sized to fit adults or adult-size babies. Patrons can peruse a shimmering sea of costume wigs ($9.99+) or delight a pet spider with a bolt of artificial spiderwebs ($3.99). A man's evil jester costume ($39.99) pairs with well-practiced maniacal cackles, and girls' Monster High costumes ($29.99) transform growing girls into fashionable ghouls. Revelers can conceal faces behind a colorful Venetian feather mask ($14.99+), which can be reused year-round to class up grocery checkout lines.
Armadillo is a brick & mortar retail store located in Davis, CA. We have been serving Davis, and the campus of UC Davis, since 1996. We sell New and Used CDs, DVDs, Vinyl and Cassettes. You can call us anytime to see if we have a title in stock and we are happy to ship anywhere with a credit card and your address.
Ground Zero Clothing and Boardshop’s adroit staff has been equipping athletes with apparel and gear for skateboarding, snowboarding, and wakeboarding since 1997. Harnessing the style and proven functionality of such top-tier brands as TOMS, Volcom, Nike SB, and Burton, they swathe bodies from head to toe in shoes, jeans, and T-shirts. Their collection of Spy and Electric sunglasses protects peepers from whipping winds, and their skateboard decks by Real and Creature help guests skim across surfaces with the speed of an over-caffeinated zamboni operator. Though their selection of boards and accessories rotates frequently, they typically have skimboards, wakeboards, and snowboards in stock to help their guests defy gravity in style. Additionally, skilled staff members recalibrate scuffed boards or grant patrons a chance to test pilot new ways to commute to work with their equipment repair and rental services.
Outdoor Davis outfits outdoorsmen and -women in rugged apparel from brands such as Vibram, Patagonia, and prAna. Slip on a pair of glove-like Vibram Five Fingers ($85–$125) to let your feet move more naturally and freely, improving balance and posture, strengthening muscles in the lower feet, and enabling you to pick up pens off the floor without bending over. Alternatively, adorn bodies with light, loose-fitting prAna clothing ($30–$80) or durable Patagonia apparel ($20–$100). A wide variety of children’s clothing and shoes ($30–$70) also prepares younger generations for 10,000-foot ascents during recess or snack-time boulder-climbing competitions; accessories such as sleeping bags ($60–$300), water filters and stoves ($40-$120), and backpacks ($40–$300) help make campsites more comfortable.
Renew Denim’s cadre of sartorial scavengers hunts through designer overstocks to festoon fashion plates with brand name clothing at 40%–70% off retail prices. Men and women can cast aside planetary origin differences as they pore over the boutique’s unique collection of premium jeans ($15–$99) and rifle through troves of designer samples ($30–$49) and artist-embellished “renewed” pants to find the cuts and washes that best flatter each set of skinny, wide, or bell-curved legs. Shoppers can gird stems in the flexible textiles of Zenana yoga pants for kinetic activities ($10–$18), or wrap torsos in graphic Junk Food tees ($15). Layering camis (2 for $15) seamlessly shift from solo performances to supporting roles under beribboned Ann Ferriday lace cardigans ($49–$99); eye-grabbing accessories—including handmade Nyovee leather belts ($49–$199), rubber Havaianas sandals ($10), and one-of-a-kind earrings and bangles ($29–$89)—ensure standout outfits.