Vacationers will notice a handful of sailboats at every local Outer Banks port, either saddled up to the docks or breezing across the harbor, en route to the nearest sound for a cruise, or to the continent-spanning Intracoastal Waterway to continue a long coastal voyage. Some vacationers are even in it for the long haul, docking for a summer or a winter season at a number of local marinas that offer all the comforts of home. Clearly, sailing lovers of all varieties have plenty of options, but even newcomers to the sport can experiment with life on the water with a local sailing lesson, rental, or waterfront cruise.
At Ocean Threads, you can find the latest fashions and the hippest styles in casual beachwear and surf and skate apparel. This trendy and hip store is stocked with popular brands both locals and visitors have grown to love, from Roxy and Quiksilver to Paul Frank, Billabong, O’Neill and Volcom. First established in 1991, the family-business has its pulse on pop culture. There is something here for everyone, men and women and girls and boys alike. After picking out the perfect outfit, you can find jewelry and other accessories to compliment it. Ocean Threads carries a huge selection of t-shirts, shorts, hats, skirts, board shorts, dresses and swimsuits. Check out the selection of shoes and flip flops by Reef, Eliza B., Uggs, Crocs and Rainbow. The store’s knowledgeable and helpful staff will help find the perfect swimsuit from the store’s expanded line of swimsuits – one that is just the right fit for your body. There’s more that Ocean Threads has to offer than just clothing. The store stocks luggage, bedding, towels, cover ups, watches, sunglasses, wallets, handbags, scarves, belts, key chains and more. At Ocean Threads, you can be sure to find something you will fall in love with, whether you are a young and hip consumer or a more conservative, mature customer. You can also be sure to find competitive prices and great customer service at Ocean Threads.
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