Monthly Archives: August 2009

Hunter Boots

Watch for Hunter boots arriving to  THE BEACH this fall.



Minnetonka Moccasins


This Minnesota-based American footwear company has been producing hand-sewn, hand-finished suede moccasins since 1946. Based on the footwear originally adopted by the Native Americans to protect their feet from the elements, the sides and soles of each pair are cut from a single piece of leather for total flexibility and comfort. Do like Kate Moss, Sienna Miller and Diane Kruger and step up your bohemian cool in cozy-chic flat fringed boots in sand, camel, coffee and black.

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Just in – Ezekiel Clothing

What’s New in Ezekiel Clothing Store?The latest buzz from its Ezekiel store is the 2009 Fall Collection which has all street walkers’ face smeared with saliva. Why? It’s because the fans are drooling into the wind after seeing the collection and you know what? Simply catch someone on the street and ask,”Are you a fan of Ezekiel?” 90% of the answer is “Of course man!” 9% says “Yes” and the other 1% says nothing but just keep nodding their heads. 

Means what again? It means its fans are everywhere and are all hunting down the latest collection that no one would want to miss. So? Grab these fresh Ezekiel clothing as fast as possible before they run out of stock dude!


We carry Cheap Monday

Clothing, that is!

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Fall 2009 at THE BEACH – Insight Clothing


Insight Clothing emerged from humble beginnings from Sydney’s Northern Beaches in the late 90’s as a complimentary line to the already established Insight Surfboards. Fast developing into one of the industrys most well regarded and cutting edge clothing labels. Insight’s personality encompasses a lifestyle that surrounds everything surf, skate, art, music, fashion and popular culture. The designers (tsubi’s George Gorrow and Sample and Beauty of Nature’s Natalie Wood) don’t wish to be pigeon holed into a particular ‘genre’ that limits the ethos behind the brand. They just want to design clothing that they themselves would want to wear.