It's summer time and the living is easy. So time to go shopping and get a new pair of sneakers. But you don't want an ordinary pair of sneakers. You want something unique, flashy, and eye catching. So wither your a native New Yorker or your visiting from out of town here are some of the best spot to find sneakers in NYC.
1. Premium Good's
694 Fulton St (Btw. Ft. Green Pl & S. Elliot),
Train: A or C to Layffette
Looking for Bathing Ape? They have em! Plus a whole slew of sneakers many people have never seen in the US.
2. Alife Rivington Club
158 Rivington St Cross Street: Between Clinton Street and Suffolk Street
Train: F to Second Ave
Hours: Tues-Sun. 12pm-7pm
This down-low sneaker spot have some SERIOUS kicks that will make you shell out that $300.
3. Adidas Orginals
136 Wooster St
Train: N or R to Prince St.
My Adidas! Your Adidas! Who does't like Adidas!
4. Training Camp
41 and 6th AVe
Train: D Train to 42nd.
A large selections of sneakers and large sizes for those with big feet.
203 West 125th Street
Train: A Train to 125th St.
The best place in Harlem to find affordable and hard to find sneakers.
6 East 57th St. NY
Train: N or R to 57th
The mothership for all that is NIKE!
252 Mott Street
Train: B, N, R to Broadway-Layffette
Hours: Monday by appointment only, Tues-Friday 10am-7pm.
The only sneaker store in town that's execlusivly for women.
99 North 10th Street
Break out ya skate board and skate your troubles away. otherwise pick up a nice pairk of sneakers here.
9. Dave's Quality Meats
7 East 3rd off the Bowery
Train: F to Bowery
You won't find salamey here but a dope selections of sneakers and t-shirts.
10. Nort 235
235 Eldridge Street
Train: Locations throughout Manhattan
if your looking for sneakers that you won't see alot of people wearing then visit this spot.
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