Florida Keys Shopping

  • Bare Sole Sandals
    Bare Sole Sandals
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    Sock booth
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    Not so cheap tat.

    by Madasabull Written Dec 9, 2013
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    Taking something back home after a holiday is something most of us do, so if your looking for something different, other than the usual cheap tat, then there are some great shops right along the Keys that have some great stuff, although not cheap, some of this stuff is very different and you will love some of the shops in Key West.

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  • Florida Keys Mall: off the beaten path on card sound

    by Markterrill Updated Apr 4, 2011

    There is a new mall under development off of Card Sound Road. You wouldn't know with all the road construction coming into Key Largo and some of the Condo-Motel's popping up. It has some great sporting goods and clothing. It saves you at least an hour and half drive time going up to Miami.

    What to buy: Outdoor gear and clothing.

    What to pay: $25 and up.

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    Bare Sole Sandals: Great sandal & gift store

    by baresole Written Sep 10, 2009
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    Bare Sole in a unique store with a Keysey theme. Large, unique selection of sandals with good prices and lots of nautical/tropical gifts. The store also has t-shirts, sunglasses, jewelry and handbags.

    What to buy: unique sandals, nautical gifts

    What to pay: $25 - $80

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    The World Wide Sportsman: The fisherman's Toy Store

    by SURFIN7TH Updated Mar 12, 2007

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    You name it.
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    Its a fisherman's toy store. Anything you need for fishing is there. There is also the best in fishing clothes and accessories. There is a replica of Ernest Hemmingway's Pilar. There's a giant fish tank with Tarpon, Permit, Redfish, grouper, Snook, Lookdowns. The Zane Gray Lounge has tons of memorabilia and great food. Its not just a store, it's an experience.

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    The Garden of Eden-Islamorada: Florida Keys gifts under one roof

    by TheTravelSlut Written Jul 27, 2006

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    The Garden of Eden at Mile Marker 82.2

    From souvenirs to local handicrafts, The Garden of Eden has a wide variety of items for sale

    This store was closed when I visited over the 4th of the July long weekend but that did not stop me from getting a photo with the huge parrot fish statue out front along Highway 1.

    Do not get this confused with the Garden of Eden in Key West which is a popular clothing optional bar on the roof of the Bull & Whistle bar on Duval Street.

    What to buy: Always consider some "cheesy" Florida gift whether it be alligator jerky or hula bobble girls.

    The store has a variety of unique Keys-type items that are top quality also.

    What to pay: Prices vary throughout the Keys. Drugstores and even grocery stores carry most souvenirs, postcards, etc but the local stores carry authentic Keys-made items that can be one of a kind.

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    Clothing, Plants and Sterling: Big Pine Weekend Flea Market

    by grandmaR Updated Nov 19, 2005

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    Sterling silver booth
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    There's a big flea market at Big Pine every Saturday and Sunday 8 to 2 from October to May. So many people come that the traffic is terrible. There is a big parking lot with no shade. Be sure you've got sunscreen.

    What to buy: I bought some wholesale stuff for my daughter's anniversary - not at this stand, but it was wholesale jewelry. The marked prices were not the prices I paid.

    The shops with the T-shirts nicely displayed are not the ones that you get 4 for $10.00. But at that they are probably cheaper than you will get in Key West on Duval Street.

    They have women's sarongs, terry bathrobes, bathing suits, etc.

    There is a sock booth. That photo was taken on a cold day as you can see from the way the woman shopper is bundled up. I've never bought socks here. The booth is right next to the cheap (seconds) T-shirt booth where T-shirts (some with collars) are 4/$10.00.

    They also have souveniers, fresh food/farm market produce and plants and pottery

    What to pay: One time Bob got a pair of polarized sunglasses for $6.00. He also got a patch repair kit for patching a flat hose for about $3.00

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    The Boater's Friend: Big Pine Weekend Flea Market - Boating Fishing

    by grandmaR Updated Nov 19, 2005

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    Boating stuff booth and Bob
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    There are a variety of items on sale. The first time, I got some canvas for painting pictures on, and sunglasses. Bob got some very cheap canvas bags, and shirts that were seconds. There were also books, pottery, dishes, knives, T-shirts, sarongs, socks, and knicknacks of various sorts.

    We went in 2002 when we had a rented car, and went again January 2004

    What to buy: The first picture has a guy has various pieces of stainless boat hardware such as handles and hinges, stainless strips, and dinghy plugs, etc.

    What to pay: One time Bob got a pair of polarized sunglasses for $6.00. He also got a patch repair kit for patching a flat hose for about $3.00

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    Cigars

    by musbars Written May 11, 2005

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    cigars

    If you like cigars that is the place to buy them. Everything exept Cuban. But ... who knows, you can try ...
    The sell them right on the street. Go to the bar on the conner and enjoy your life.

    What to pay: 3 small cigars $5

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    Key Lime factory: All things key lime

    by goingsolo Written Apr 6, 2005

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    Key Lime Products is a chain of stores which sell, as you may have guessed, key lime products. Here you will find key lime jellies and candies, cookbooks and other memorabilia, and pretty good key lime pie by the slice.

    You will find several of these stores as you drive the Overseas highway. Just look for the lime green signs.

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    Too many to name: Shopping on the Keys

    by tpangelinan Written May 21, 2004

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    Shell shopping!

    There are so many places to check out so give your self plenty of time. Key Largo, Marathon Key and Big Pine Key seem to have the most shops, The Shell Man Inc. has ALOT of good beach gifts and SHELLS for a good price, I think it's on Marathon Key, a MUST STOP AND SHOP!

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