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Look for old-style Birdwell surf trunks here, along with popular labels such as Quiksilver, Roxy, DaKine, and Billabong, which supplement Downing's own line of surf wear. www.downingsurf.com.
This triathlon shop near the Bike Factory offers training gear, racing- and mountain-bike rentals ($40 per day with a two-day minimum, $175 per week), yoga and Spinning classes, and nutritional products. Inquire directly about the latest schedule of fitness and strength sessions at the store, which is owned and operated by top athletes. www.bocahawaii.com.
The perfect place to shop for gifts, or just take a break with the family, this bookstore feels more like a small-town library, welcoming browsers to linger for hours. The large children's section is filled with toys and books to read.
Look inside this little shop across from The Yardhouse for beach-casual clothing and accessories, soft cotton prints, and alohawear. www.blueginger.com.
The Ala Moana store carries a large selection of locally made products, including soaps, honey, tea, salt, chocolates, art, and CDs. Every item, in fact, is carefully selected from various Hawaii companies, artisans, and farms, from the salt fields of Molokai to the lavender farms on Maui to the single-estate chocolate on Oahu's North Shore. www.bluehawaiilifestyle.com.
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