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Tennis

This Latin American sportswear chain sells fairly priced, sleekly cut sportswear—cargo pants at $25, and hoodies from $15—in a spare, mode…

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Squalo

Surfers both local and nationwide love the board shorts, flip-flops, and rash guards by this Mexican surfwear company. 115 Ave. Costera Miguel Aleman,…

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Puerto Vallarta

Lucky's favorite stores in Mexico's Puerto Vallarta neighborhood!

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El Gato Gordo

Citrus-hued both inside and out, this tiny shop ("the fat cat" in English) is hard to miss. Pop in for a dose of affordable items that make great gift…

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Odaones (previously called: Hecho a Mano)

The amount of rustic, Mexican-influenced home decor and furniture at this popular shop is nothing short of amazing. Work your way from room to room (t…

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Jades Maya

Semiprecious jade is known for its protective powers. Here, find an abundance of jewelry made with this pleasingly green-hued stone. 226-A Calle Leona…

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Mar de Suenos

This swimwear and lingerie store just a few doors up from Jades Maya (see no. 3) draws a loyal following among repeat tourists for, among other things…

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Mercado Puerto Vallarta

In the typical mercado format, this market has a mix of items both manufactured, like woven plastic tote bags ($3 to $8) and handmade, such as leather…

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Mosaique

Look for sarongs, glass bead necklaces, and vividly hued silk pashmina scarves at this Balinese import shop. (Other locations are in Cancun; see that…

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Peyote Peopl

The ancient Huichol tribe dwells in the Sierra Madre mountains and is known for its technique of covering objects with thousands of tiny beads. Find a…

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Poinciana

Located next to its sister stores Serafina and Sirenas (see nos. 10 and 11), this Mexican handicrafts boutique always tops our list. It carries a plet…

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Querubines

This shop is a hotbed of expertly handcrafted items for the home, including punched-tin heart and cross ornaments (from $6) and hefty handpainted plat…

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Serafina

Allow yourself to be lured in by the bevy of plastic tote bags, many screened with obscure Mexican advertisements that dangle in clusters from the ent…

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Sirenas

Its corner location allows for much-needed breezes to float through (Puerto Vallarta is perpetually hot and humid), so consider lingering over the cha…

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Viva

More than 650 lines of jewelry from around the world are found here, along with gorgeous (and hard to find) 14K and sterling-silver Oaxacan filigree e…

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