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Jenner wingtip boot, $85 at Dr. Martens (1621 Haight St., 415-503-1772)

Barracuda snowboard. $499.95 at Burton (1630 Haight St., 415-626-1141)

Juniper Ridge Yuba River trail crew soap, $39 at Piper's Shoe Parlor (1682 Haight St., 415-553-6884)

Huit 8 Covent Garden retro pinup bran and high-waist culotte, $76 and $49 at Dollhouse Betty (1641 Haight St., 877-342-1715)

Ethanmade Grace pack, $265 Piper's Shoe Parlor (1682 Haight St., 415-553-6884)

Petit Collage nesting blocks, $25.95 at Kids Only (1608 Haight St., 415-552-5445)

Filigree absinthe glass, $18 at Loved to Death (1681 Haight St., 415-551-1036)

Filigree absinthe spoon, $15 at Loved to Death (1681 Haight St., 415-551-1036)

Believer Box of Bad Advice card game, $14.95 at Booksmith (1644 Haight St., 415-863-8688)

Hario canister coffee mill, $50 at Stanza (1673 Haight St., 415-529-1592)

Gift Guide: Haight Street

Lauren Murrow | November 29, 2013 | Lifestyle Story Shopping

Though more often associated with head shops than holiday swag, this portion of the Haight houses Burton’s new boarding shop, the oft-overlooked Piper’s Shoe Parlor, and Loved to Death, for the delightfully macabre.

#1—Temescal Alley
#2—Valencia Street
#3—Hayes Street
#4—Fourth Street
#5—Fillmore Street
#6—Maiden Lane
#7—Chestnut Street
#8—Grant Avenue
#9—Haight Street
#10—24th Street

Originally published in the November 2013 issue of San Francisco

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