Normally procuring top o' the line stuff means paying an arm and a leg, unless you don't have those, at which point what are you even doing buying that super-nice pogo stick? Keep your extremities and get clothed at Revolver.
Rustically bedecked with antlers/hardwood floors/an antique Speedway sled, Revolver's a deceptively deep boutique that's heavy on Americana-tinged gear and accessories -- made here and abroad -- each piece of which has been painstakingly selected for not only its meticulous craftsmanship, but also its recession friendly pricepoint, just like Clara's vaunted "Poorman's Meal". The action starts with Revolver's own proprietary line, which includes both sleekly muted hooded windbreakers and loose-fitting button-downs composed of a mash-up of several plaid/striped/checked swatches; also on hand is raw denim (both straight-fit and tapered) by Denham, an Amsterdam-based company from an ex-Diesel head, who's now all about the high octane. You'll also find familiar American classics by Pendleton and Woolrich, and awesome footwear by Yuketen -- a Maine-based brand that makes ultra-comfy suede n' leather topsiders, boots, and moccasins, some of which're fitted with special pads that keep your footsteps silent in the snow, a point that'll be lost on those to whom you loudly point out that they're fitted with special pads that keep your footsteps silent in the snow.
Oh, and Revolver also doubles as an art gallery, with a hallway in the rear that's currently showcasing oil paintings by local artist Kirsten Tradowsky, which depict nostalgic scenes of marching bands and movie theaters, most of which are rather expensive, but again, how are you even gonna hang them?