This tiny barber shop with a barber's pole is a hard-to-find gem accessed from inside a 41st Avenue laundry mat. Owner and barber Delvis Frazier doesn't sell hair products, doesn't wash hair, doesn't do shaves or coloring and doesn't cut women's hair. He just gives men's haircuts, period. The well-traveled Frazier spent decades cutting hair in the financial district of San Francisco and has been in Capitola since the mid-1990s. His checkered-floor, cash-only shop is popular among a dwindling population of retired veterans, and has an old-fashioned lather machine. The walls are adorned with posters of Frank Sinatra, a Japanese tapestry given by an old friend, mounted animal heads, and a massive plastic marlin.