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510 offers a wide variety of skateboard decks and skate gear, as well as the knowledgeable staff required to assemble your board.

Carries sweatshop-free and USA-made men's, women's, and children's clothing.

Amoeba houses virtually any medium for music and visuals — CD, DVD, records, cassettes — and any genre of music, from Bakersfield honky-tonk, punk from Texas 1965 and Iceland 1982, to baroque, hip-hop, bebop, remixes of remixes, old-school R&B, and obscure imports.

The funky Telegraph Avenue head shop sells everything from incense and sex toys to glass pipes and whip-its.

Has fun, flirty dresses, jeans, and other staples for far less dough.

Features practically every piece of Cal clothing and paraphernalia ever made. In other words, the perfect hunting ground for gifts for your family back home.

Has fedoras, Panama hats, Stetsons, fancy felt church hats, Kangol caps, hats especially for big heads, and more.

Where you'll find bongs and pipes galore.

At this used clothing store you'll find a mixture of vintage items, stuff from overseas, and, yes, barely worn H&M and Forever 21 clothing.

A convenient spot to stock up on a semester's worth of school supplies, and maybe a few extra books just for pleasure. Usually housed in the Martin Luther King Jr. Student Union Building on the UC Berkeley campus, the store has been moved to Bancroft Way temporarily due to construction, and is expected to return to its home in fall 2015.

Sells carefully curated vintage clothing and shoes.

Boasts two floors of vintage clothing, from flannels and ironic T-shirts to shoes and old lady sweaters, organized by era and/or style and sold at a $20 median price.

The road and mountain bike shop sells parts and accessories, organizes group rides, and offers a free weekly maintenance class.

The world-famous store sells secondhand books in every imaginable category, and hosts a lively calendar of readings by visiting authors and poets.

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