I have been patronizing Spin's since my barber left Rudy's to join Spin and his crew in 1999. Spin has a great crew of skilled barbers (four including himself). When my barber called Seattle quits and moved to LA in 2003, I started seeing Jordan. Since then I have only missed one cut with Jordan, and that was an emergency bad hair cut I got while on a business trip in Canada.
Jordan does a fantastic job on my hair (short and straight), but I have seen all different hair types in his chair. He has the most amazing collection of comics and toys on display. He also has a nice display of mullet paraphernalia, but I am not sure that he will actually give someone a mullet.
The atmosphere is very relaxed. Some vintage barbershop seating, local alternative art on the walls, and a huge selection of magazines that seems unnecessary since I have never had to wait more than five minutes past my appointment time.
Women, don't be scared by the term "Barber Shop." I would bet half Spin's clients are women.