Third Party Reviews

4
Roger Burskey | September 16, 2018 |

"Consistently quality haircuts."

5
Marty Rosen | September 26, 2018 |

"Always good and fast"

5
Desmond Weaver | September 07, 2018 |

"Great place to get a hair cut. Televisions are everywhere and the vibe was really cool. I got the 'MVP' treatment which was super value for the money."

3
Gustav Much | July 25, 2018 |

"This is a very basic haircut place. Not awesome, not awful."

3
Rafael Cerna | June 30, 2018 |

"Okay But Be Ready To Pay $$ For A Hair Cut."

3
Jeremy | April 09, 2018 |

"They need more than 2 stylists working during the week. Longer wait times, but we like the cuts."

5
Timithey Ponczek | February 08, 2018 |

"Great haircuts decent prices. Friendly staff"

3
Kevin N. | March 23, 2014 |

"Sport Clips is yet another franchised "haircuts for guys" place, though this one plays down the "sexy stylist" motif, and looks like it might have been designed by the most wholesome 12 year-old boy you've ever met. Grab a free hot dog while you wait in stadium style seats. It's a nice contrast to Hair Mechanix, whose "bikers and bikinis" wallpaper is over the top. That's actually fine in my book, but if you're going in hopes of your stylist pretending to hit on you a little bit while you tell them stories about your imaginary motorcycle, you're probably better off going to Lady Jane's or Hair Mechanix. Pricing at Sport Clips was a little higher than I had expected, and there are three different tiers. The MVP is closest to what you'd get at Lady Jane's, with a wash, cut, and hot towel, and it clocks in at $23 before gratuity. Most other places are in the $15 - $18 range. The unusual aspect here is instead of a hot lather neck shave with a razor, they offer a massage with a massage wand. I wasn't really in to it, to be honest. Regardless, if you want a razor to touch your head you've come to the wrong place. All things considered, the cut I got was okay. Nothing stellar, but I didn't leave looking jacked up. They weren't overly pushy with upselling products, but by now, I'm used to mens' haircut places abandoning that practice. I'd go back, but I don't think I'd make a special trip."

4
Matthew K. | May 16, 2014 |

"I was surprised when I came to try this place with a free coupon I got in the mail. After waiting for over half an hour in an empty waiting room watching an NHL game on the 50" TV, being told several times "We'll be with you shortly," my impatience made the rest of my experience even out. The lady who cut my hair was friendly, but not overly conversational. But she did a good job, and I have to admit the shampoo and hot towel were nice. The interior was cutesy - the whole sports motif brought down to a young metrosexual level - tile entrance to the shampoo area saying "Shower;" lockers for the workers' stuff; stadium style seats in the waiting area; etc. But $18 for a standard haircut is steep. $23 for the additional shampoo and heat towel treatment was nice, but now you're up to nearly $30 for a haircut after tip. A little high for the service, but I guess it fills a niche, since they're opening new stores. Good for them."

1
Lynn S. | October 13, 2014 |

"I got a coupon for a free haircut at Sports Clips but when I finally found the place I was told that they charge $10 extra dollars to cut a woman's hair even if it's the same cut they'd give a guy. I left. Discrimination at its finest!"