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Best Local Men’s Clothing Store

for Boys to Men  

July 22, 2009, 12:00 am

1 Harrys
202 Galisteo St.
505-988-1959

By “Boys to Men,” we are clearly not referring to all-ages clothing—Harrys hasn’t sold kids clothes since the ’80s when, according to owner Greg Voida, Izod and Polo were all the rage.

Rather, we meant the boy/man R&B group would be happily and stylishly accommodated. Started in 1973 and purchased by Voida in 1977, Harrys continues to carry higher-end men’s clothing (and now some women’s clothing, too!), including tags like Canali, Zanella, Jhane Barnes.

The store is also more than just a place to get a nice outfit; it’s a place to be outfitted, completely. According to Voida, “We carry everything from casual to tuxedoes. We can fill just about any need [a man] has.” And he isn’t lying. Harrys even stocks socks and underwear of the same ilk as the rest of the merchandise and the service. “We carry good quality, brand-name products and we give good service—knowledgeable, attentive service,” Voida says.

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