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Store Report: Maas & Stacks

May 25, 2012

There’s a lot of good things in San Francisco, but a deep list of good places to buy quality menswear isn’t one them.  That’s not to say the city is completely dry, but drought definitely exists.  Sorry, but it’s true.  This is where Maas & Stacks comes in.  I stopped by SF’s latest menswear member to check out the new-ish space and what they have to offer.

For the last year owners Otto Zoell and Stephen Chen have provided not only a welcomed addition to the city, but a set of stocklistings that differs from nearby stores such as Union Made.  However, while both stores remain consistent in their commitment to carrying quality goods, Maas & Stacks throws a change-up to the bay area’s Americana contingent.   In their simple, yet detailed approach, Stephen and Otto noticed a lack of stores selling the brands that they were into, and Maas & Stacks was born.

The bright and clean space is stocked with familiar brands such as Norse Projects, Band of Outsiders, Common Projects among a few others.  Likewise, the store is also home to labels such as Master-Piece or White Mountaineering, who are well-known fixtures on the circuit, but not necessarily around the bay area.

Parked between the Castro and Lower Height, you can find Maas & Stacks at 2128 Market Street, San Francisco.  [Maas & Stacks]

2 Comments leave one →
  1. May 25, 2012 13:38

    Glad you were able to get this out there, nice to see some attention given to other SF stores

  2. May 29, 2012 01:25

    Nice article with good photos. It will bring more awareness particularly to people living outside the Bay area

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