Because no two bodies are alike, The Relaxologiists at Mattress Land use their exclusive bedFit diagnostic technology to determine the ideal snooze position for each customer, as well as the ideal mattress. Comfy Sleep surfaces come from premier brands such as Beautyrest, Sealy PosturePedic, Stearns and Foster, and SleepFit. Shoppers can also upgrade to latex mattresses or Custom mattresses made for each sleepier with separate sides, which accommodates the differing body types of spouses and accidentally conjoined mad scientists.
Hungry Bear Cookies pays homage to company founder Deryl Bear, as well as his bear-sized appetite for fresh-from-the-oven gourmet treats. The preservative-free cookies are available in flavors ranging from chocolate chip to Sugar Dreams, as well as in cake-sized formations perfect for birthdays or rescuing someone from a giant glass of milk. Beyond saving countless tummies from a day without dessert, Hungry Bear has also proudly donated portions of its profits to charitable organizations such as the Children's Hospital of Central California.
In 1976, Roxanne's Birkenstock was founded on a quest to swaddle the neighborhood's bare feet in the comfortable, stylish footwear delivered by Birkenstock. Today, the retailer has expanded to include more than 50 brands, safeguarding toes by the tenfold in classic shoes and sandals from Teva, Dansko, Clarks, and Vibram FiveFingers. Visitors to Roxanne's homey storefront discover a large collection of footwear for all seasons, equipping kickers for winter's snow, spring's fresh grass, and summer's hot-lava sidewalks.
Sports Station has been providing athletes and sports enthusiasts with quality team apparel for more than 20 years at its Central Valley location in the Fashion Fair Mall. Locally owned and operated, Sports Station boasts an impressive collection of athletic gear and team paraphernalia from area squads and beyond. Broadcast your fandom to passersby with a crisp new jacket ($59.99–$250), sweatshirt ($45–$99.99), or T-shirt ($19.99–$29.99). Or assume the identity of your favorite professional athlete with Sports Station’s authentic NFL, MLB, NBA, and NHL jerseys, available for both adults ($45.99–$300) and kids ($29.99–$89.99). Meanwhile, hats ($18.99–$36.99) provide the perfect opportunity to support your favorite team while simultaneously covering unruly noodle nests or brainslugs.
Lucky Brand bedecks bodies in an array of tattered and torn jeans, including hand-distressed premium denim, tops, and accessories. Each pair of jeans (starting at $79.50) is washed, treated, and distressed, resulting in strategically frayed hems, patched knees, and pockets full of gravel. Lavish lady legs with the Sweet N Straight, which have frayed denim and a straight style (starting at $79.50), or the low-rise Charlie flare, which widen at the leg opening for a '70s vibe and have enough room to conceal an ankle swollen from a partial break (starting at $99). The 221 Original Straight styles let menfolk garb their gams in a classic cowboy style (starting at $99), and the 121 Heritage Slim fits closely embrace extremities for a more tailored look (starting at $129).
Plato's Closet carries a wide assortment of gently used men's and women's clothing and accessories, ranging from affordable high-end retail brands to finer designer items. Surrounded by discounts of as much as 70% off retail price, uninhibited shoppers can construct a complete outfit or six without having to empty their wallets to pan for river diamonds. All of the merchandise that Plato's Closet stocks—including shoes, skirts, tanks, clutches, and more—is held to a strict quality standard and generally dates from the past 12 to 18 months. The racks of goods (individual items are often priced at less than $10) rotate constantly and the front door goes ajar seven days a week, leaving a wide timeframe for store-crossed shoppers and garments to unite under seasonal practicality or astrologically illogical harmony.