Mumbai: Grab A Pair Of Some Cool Sneakers At These Stores


People of Mumbai love wearing sneakers because of their great colours, designs and its immense popularity. Read more about shops to grab your pair of sneakers.

Written By Sahil Mirani | Mumbai | Updated On:

Sneakers, also known as trainers, were originally an accessory that was used to exercise in, but people have been showing off their sparkling white sneakers for years now. Wearing on some good-looking sneakers might just grab some eyeballs while you’re out. People all over the world are wearing sneakers and companies like Nike are producing sneakers for a market that reportedly generated $300 million in revenue in the U.S alone. The industry has left a huge impact on the world and the shoe is considered as a must in today’s time. Read more about shops to grab your pair of sneakers.

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Sneaker Shops in Mumbai:


This sneaker shop belongs to the family of Superkicks franchise which is spread all over the globe. The Superkicks India store is located at Khar, Mumbai. It had a huge collection of shoes all over the world. From LeBrons to Air Maxes to Vans, you can find each iconic sneaker brand in this shop. The store is known for having some very popular shoes like the Yeezy 350 Boost, which could be very difficult to get otherwise. 

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This shop is also located in Khar, Mumbai. This is not an exclusive sneaker shop and also sells clothing. The store has a huge variety of branded items on their shelves, but the most interesting thing here is that they also sell Jordan merchandise. It could get very difficult to get your hands on an original product of the very popular global brand in India in other stores.

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