Super Hot Sneaker Stores in New York

Hey guys! The week is cut in half by now, so that means daydreaming of this upcoming Saturday and Sunday. And this weekend is all about running hard and looking flashy of course. No doubt you can pull that sh off yourself, but a little help wouldn’t hurt, right? We lined up some of the hottest shops in the NYC shoe department. So, get ready for THE list of sneaker stores in New York.

Sneaker stores in New York that are on fire
  • Alumni // 298 Utica Avenue, Brooklyn

The only outsider in the house here, since this is the only shop you’ll have to leave the island for. But oh, how the pearly white shoes are worth it…

  • Blades // 659 Broadway, Manhattan

Golden oldie when it comes to skating, but the sneaker and overall swag collection isn’t too bad either. I mean:

Real awesome boutique on the South side of Manhattan. Actually I’m more intrigued with the accessory department, nevertheless it deserves a good spot in this list. If only it were for the flowery Roshes.

This, people, is like sneaker heaven! I’m defo in my monochromatic phase sneakerwise. If you’re too, than this is (as you can see) really your place!

  • Kith // 644 Broadway, Manhattan

SUCH a good shop. Really, they have the BEST shoes and I might be speaking the truth if I say that this store is the big winner when it comes to stores that sell sneakers with a shitload of awesome apparel on the side.

  • NikeLab // 21 Mercer Street, Manhattan

NikeLab has found its place on the former 21 Mercer ground, which was also renowned for its majestical footwear. No change in that department luckily, only topnotch Nike-gear to please you! Expect the goods to be a little more experimental and conceptual and awesome than “normal”, because its the NikeLAB, yes?! Not a Nike fan? Just don’t do it, then.

Get Fancy! Xoxo

Sources: Complex / Foursquare / NY Magazine / Time Out

 

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