Key West Shopping
We rather like the fact that the nearest 'mall' is over 130 miles away. When you come to Key West, expect to be able to shop in hundreds of small, locally owned stores that offer a unique variety of products.
Pelican Poop is a premier Caribbean arts store. It carries a ton of knickknacks, decorations, art, and more. The Pelican Poop shop is located on Simonton Street at The Casa Antigua which was Hemingway's first residence in Key West. Make sure to check out the gorgeous garden in the back of the store.
The Coach store is a factory outlet so you can find good deals with mainly last years designs and colors. Great prices! IF you like Coach - it's a fantastic store!
One of the best air-conditioning on the island.
Banana republic used to be a small vendor of clothing before being purchased nearly thirty years ago by the Gap, and they have grown a lot since then, offering some of the finest constant collections of versatile, but consistent clothing. Everything from khakis, jackets, t-shirts and office wear can be found at the banana republic, and all made of fine quality materials.
The banana republic is a joy to anyone who takes pride in their clothing and the shop in Key West Florida has earned itself a five star rating.
“No other skin, sun or hair care product can match our proud four-decade history or the undeniably island way they make you feel” (Key West Aloe).
Key West Aloe has blended the healing, moisturizing and pampering properties of pure, natural Aloe Vera gel into a full line of skin, hair and sun care products for men, women and children…even pets. No Animal Testing
A Sandal shop called Kino's, Founded by Cuban Immigrants
and is located behind Hog's breath Saloon. Their sandals are known to be very comfortable and they are very reasonably priced. All of the sandals sold at Kino Sandals are handmade using natural leather uppers and natural rubber soles.
They are located at Green and Fitzpatrick near Mallory Square. Prices are usually about $12 - 20
Caution if you wear them on a wet and/or slick surface, odds are good that you'll fall on your rump if you are in a hurry.
For good quality t-shirts a lot cheaper than what you would pay for on Duval, head to the T-Shirt Factory on Simonton St. They can also do custom silk screening. The prices are great and the shirts last forever.
For more upscale shorts and shirts, then checkout the Saltwater Angler near the Westin Marina. A little pricey but their stuff is good.