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Nomads' Replacement in Hayes Valley Is Eco-Boutique Convert

Photos via Convert/<a href="https://www.facebook.com/pages/Convert/326331853747">Facebook</a>
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Convert is heading west, opening a second location in Hayes Valley to supplement its Berkeley store. Store owner Randy Brewer stocks brands that are socially responsible and eco-friendly without sacrificing style and aesthetics. There's good reason why Convert has made the Indie SF 38 list every season so far. It's just the store to fill the shoes that Nomads left behind. Look for brands like Pendleton and Apolis and collabs with designers like Jeffrey Campbell when the store opens in mid-July.
· New Store Convert Headed to Former Nomads Space [Hoodline]
· Nomads Is Closing After 24 Years—Hit Their Massive Sale [Racked SF]
· Introducing the Indie SF 38: The City's Best Independent Shopping [Racked SF]


566 Hayes Street, San Francisco, CA