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8000 E Quincy Ave Unit 900Denver, CO 80237
From Business: Established in 1990. My father started with a small cobbler shop in 1990 growing the business and expanding into orthopedics and footwear retail as well as doing …
The 2017 trends are a mix of new and retro, tech-enabled and totally basic.
It’s time to bring long sleeves and long pants out of storage, prep your home and car, and contact the cool weather home/yard contractors.
Some sports fans like to rock up to a bar and cheer on their team. Others live for the traditions: tailgating, party-hosting, and dressing head-to-toe in fan apparel. Here are so…
I had a layover in Denver and when I was riding the free mall ride this place caught my eye. The store is in a cool spot and I had been to one in New York so decided to stop inside. It’s a nice apparel store, however I experienced a problem and neither the store nor corporate would do much at all about it. I was searching for clearance and sale items and for whatever reason women’s t-shirts in a variety of colors and sizes were placed on the men’s side of the store on the very last row of shelves. I thought the shirt I picked out looked smaller than a normal medium but did not check to make sure it was a men’s shirt since that’s not something you normally do of course; you just assume it is. When I got back to Atlanta and was unpacking I finally noticed on the tag that it’s in fact a women’s shirt and at that point I was hundreds of miles from one of their stores. I called corporate and opened a case but the store didn’t think my incident warranted a small but full $6 refund since I never heard back from them.A corporate supervisor only offered me a $5 online promo code after I called back a couple weeks later and waited on hold for nearly 15 minutes which currently just equates to free shipping. They said it was a store purchase so there was nothing they could do but that I could mail it back to the store, which, after shipping would only equal around a $3 refund if the store ever processed my return.Although this small but growing outfitter has some neat clothing, some of which is decently priced, their complete refusal to handle such a small request means I won’t be shopping here in the future. If a customer isn’t worth a $10 online promo code then they can cherish what little money they got from my limited purchases but I’m unlikely making any more.
DON'T WASTE YOUR TIME/ BETTER BOUTIQUES IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD.I am a long time owner and resident in the neighborhood. I pride myself on shopping local, and giving the business back to the neighborhood. I have been a long standing customer of Sous le lit. Always coming in on my walks with my dog and using it as a go to place for gifts. In the past years I have probably bought over 20 pairs of shoes form this establishment. Greg has always been a shining face and a friendly help. Recently I purchased a pair of shoes that were damaging and awful quality. The brand was Miz Mooz, which was a rare thing as their shoes are always quality leather.. Thinking I knew the customer service well I called to see about returning them. It took a month of me calling every week and I still was not given any call backs or response. Upon going in I spoke with Greg who informed me the girls I spoke to had been let go and assured me he would speak directly to the shoe company. Still not hearing back after a week I emailed only to be rudely addressed by a Lisa. When I explained to her the situation with the customer service I had received I did not get a response. I again Called the store and the nice sales girl assured me that she would call the owners right away. Still not hearing back I sent a follow up email only to be rudely address again by lisa who then tried to place blame on me for being rude to her staff. This was outlandish to me. As a business owner myself I pride myself on customer service and would never place blame on a customer. It will ultimately be the stores loss, as they have completely lost my business/ I spoke directly with Mia Mooz and they are taking care of the situation for me. I am still a prime supported in shopping local, and will continue to do so. I would advise you to shop many other places then this run down poor quality store. Dragon Fly, Strut, Midnight rambler,: are all in the neighborhood and offer 100% better customer service as well as better quality items. Don’t waste your time at this store.
2nd Time Sports has new and used sporting goods. If you are looking for value, stop by and see us. Our equipment is a great value for families that just don't want to pay the crazy prices that other stores are charging. Chuck, has been a coach for all major sports and can help you pick out the right equipment for your player. 2nd time has an in house batting cage for trying out bats or improving your swing. Great for trying out golf club too. We also sharpen Hockey skates in house for $5. Located right off I-25 and 104th, we are easy to get to. Buy, Sell, Trade. We have you covered. Stop in and see the variety of products we have available. -Baseball - bats, gloves, tees, nets, accessories -Football - pants, jerseys, compression clothing, helmets, -Hockey - helmets, gloves, breezers, skates, pads -Lacrosse - stocking Harrow dealer, all new items within 1-2 days -Golf - cheap balls, clubs, full jr and adult sets -Skateboards - 7 ply maple std and long boards - best price in town -Snow & Ski Sports - blow out prices, new snowboards $89.00, great used boots $15 Come here first - it's worth the visit.
If you are a sports lover, I'm inviting you to visit this shop. You'll surely appreciate the equipments and sports goods you can purchase here.
I love the variety of Royce's Hoodies. The statements on the Hoodies definitely make sense. Some are very humorus. They also sell very fast.
We went in with our son knowing long boards are spendy, but our knowledge on quality is 0%. The young man we spoke with explained the difference between boards, and warranties. Our son was thrilled with our purchase, and my wife and I felt very comfortable with the whole experience. Thanks guys
June 24-25, 2015:In 2015, the 3D Lacrosse - California Gold Invitational Camp moved to Oceanside, CA from Danville, CA. The cost had also risen from $325 to $475.We expected another great event, quality players gear package, 6-7 hours of premier training on day #1 & Gatorade drinks. Our youngest son was excited to try the camp for himself.Instead of 600+ kids, college level coaches and a great gear package, there were only 200 kids. The gear package consisted of socks, shorts and a t-shirt. This was a far cry from the cleats, duffel bags and heads of years past. A major part of Day #1 was spent doing "registration." Training sessions did not even start until 11 AM. The training was only 4 hours on the first day - (2) 2 hour sessions. The second day consisted of two games, grouped by High School graduating year.My son does not play for a 3D Lacrosse team. He found himself standing on the sidelines, watching the 3D Team players showing off. Instead of exhibiting their team skills, the 3D players would shoot every chance they got - bad angles, congested lanes, circus shots, what ever - it was all about showing off. Many players refused to leave the field, some played for the entire game without rotating off the field - for BOTH GAMES. Purely unacceptable for a "showcase" program.In Danville, the coaches who managed the showcase teams, made sure that the players routinely rotated off of the fields - giving everyone a fair and equitable chance to illustrate their skills. Players that were "ball hogs" were called on it or removed from play. Not the new management. 3D Lacrosse over promoted this camp, over described and hyped it up. In the end, it way under delivered. Overall, this program was a major disappointment.Save your $500 (not to mention your $1500 for hotel, food, rental car, travel expenses, and parents time off of work). Use that $2,000+ to buy some new gear and take some private lessons from a nationally ranked coach !This is a MONEY GRAB SCAM. All HYPE!
Do not ORDER from these people!! You don't get anything that you asked for. They snag pictures off of websites and post em here THEN they send you something that looks NOTHING like the picture!!! I swear they run these sites like sweatshops! YOU'VE BEEN WARNED!!!
Great location with friendly staff and I can always find unique items. My favorite Denver boutique.
Horrible customer service never going back