After a grueling week of corporate combat, losing precious free time away from the big game or a bar in the name of beauty can sound painful. With today’s Groupon, you’ll look forward to your routine shag snipping. For $21, new customers get three separate men’s MVP haircuts (a $63 value) at Sport Clips, located amongst the shops of The Bridges at 57th.
Sport Clips specializes in creating a just-for-the-dudes atmosphere that’s tailor made to tickle the Y chromosome. "Men's women" stylists futz with the follicles of men and boys in a sport-themed environment decorated in a bold black, white, and red color scheme—evoking racing flags, professional sports teams, and jokes about newspapers. Your MVP haircut begins with a consultation about the look you want, followed by the precision haircut itself. Your guy-savvy stylist will then dole out a delightful scalp massage with Tea Tree shampoo. After a dollop of leave-in conditioner, you'll get to savor the warmth of a barbershop-style steamed towel and feel sports-related frustration melt away during an upper neck and shoulder massage. In between haircuts, you can come in anytime and get the back of your neck cleaned up for free, since unsightly neck stubble is known to attract the unwanted attention of poltergeists, sandworms, and debt collectors.
The environment at Sport Clips is part barbershop, part family-friendly sports bar. A 50-inch plasma television plays sports in the waiting room, while smaller televisions at each service station are all tuned to ESPN or local sporting events, cutting down on awkward chit-chat while ensuring that you don't miss a single heart-pounding moment of full-contact croquet. Call ahead to make an appointment at Sport Clips, or write it on your high-fiving hand.
Though online reviewers have yet to write about Sioux Falls' Sport Clips, the Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal has featured the barbershop:
- Sport Clips Inc. is a modern twist on the old-time barber shop, where guys could talk sports. Stores feature a 50-inch plasma television in the waiting area and smaller TVs at each cutting station -- all tuned to ESPN or local sporting events -- so guys don't have to worry about missing the big game while getting a quick trim. – John Vomhof Jr.
5019 S Western Ave.
Sioux Falls, South Dakota 57108Get Directions