Robinhood Workwear and Footwear is a full-service workwear retail and online store. We carry dozens of only the highest-quality, reputable, trustworthy, tough brands for our loyal working clients. Trusted brands like Carhartt, Dickies, Levi’s, Timberland, Timberland Pro, Magnum, The North Face and Thorogood are some of the many brands we stock because we know these are your trusted brands. What’s more, we carry the latest styles from all of these leading brands!
We aim to be your one-stop shop for all of workwear and footwear needs. At Robinhood, we sell only the brands that have earned your trust… the best quality products at the best prices – that’s a promise we’ve been giving our customers for over 40 years.
Embroidery and screen printing available on-site. Just let us know what you would like embroidered, printed or sublimated on your new apparel and we will take care of the rest!
In 1961, Ruth Field (Mrs. Marshall Field III) sold Caumsett to the State of New York with the proviso that the estate be used “forever for park purposes.” This created great concern among Village residents. Robert Moses, President of the Long Island Park Commission, had prepared an extensive development plan which included extending the Bethpage Parkway along Route 108, up the shore of Cold Spring Harbor, cutting through the Village Park, crossing West Neck Road, and running adjacent to the Seminary to the shore of Lloyd Harbor. A suspension bridge was to span Lloyd Harbor and connect to Caumsett. Moses planned to construct two 18-hole golf courses, turn the Main House into a clubhouse, establish a large bathing beach area along the Sound, and establish extensive bridlepath facilities. The parkway right-of-ways were acquired by the State in 1963 and are still owned by the State. For a variety of reasons, including determined opposition by the Village, the planned development of Caumsett did not occur. Today, Caumsett remains a passive park, protected by the Village’s Local Waterfront Revitalization Plan (LWRP). In late 1967, the Long Island Lighting Company’s proposal to build and operate a nuclear power station on the eastern end of Lloyd Neck aroused a storm of controversy. Residents were very opposed and formed the Lloyd Harbor Study Group to stand in formal opposition to the project. In 1975, LILCO abandoned use of the site. Eventually, the area (111 acres) was sold and is now Seacrest Estates. By 1970, the Village population had increased to 3,400, and a total of approximately 800 homes. By the end of the 1900s, the number of homes in the Village has increased to 1,200. The population, however, remains at roughly 3,500.
Robinhood stocks 1000s of workplace-related attire and professional apparel. We now offer the option to shop in-store or online.
We actively strive to bring you the best prices (and selection) for the items you need – and love – the most.
Since 1979: You don’t get to be an admired staple in Wantagh & Bellmore for over 40 years by not being customer friendly!
We listen to you. We stock only the finest, toughest, most durable, most versatile brands you need to be successful in your job.
Although we carry 3,000 different items, we still might not have what you need. If we don’t, just ask Andrew for it. He’ll order it for you!
1901 Wantagh Avenue
Wantagh, NY, 11793