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Haight Street Work Clothes is closing in a few days, at the end of the month, and everything has to go. Hoodline reports that owner Maria Lopez is retiring from shopkeeping and throwing a closeout sale with 40% off all merchandise—including all the store fixtures. Although not much stock is left, there are still deals to be had for utilitarian wear including gold standards Carhartt, Dickies and Ben Davis. No word yet on what new store will fill the location, but there's a bit of Internet chit chat expressing a need for more "useful" type stores and services in the neighborhood. So tell us, what would you like to see come into the Haight?
· Final Days for Haight Street Work Clothes [Hoodline]
· Haight Street Work Clothes to Close [Hoodline]