- Joined Dec 15, 2004
Info on the CLOT Firewires? It will be released at P.S. 7 I assume if there's a line already? lol
Forgot to reply... but basically raffles are either online via NDC HK or at NSW Pak Sha Road. Both will require some sort of ID... might be an HKID specially, but I don't know for sure.So i'm about to head back to Hong Kong after four years, what have I missed during that time (aka movement of Flagship stores, how they do raffles on shoes, and etc.)
Thanks for that. I do have an HKID so that's not a problem, how about the flagship stores? Heard the Jordan store got moved, Causeway Bay got a few more stores, MK got more reseller stores, and Adidas store I have no idea anymore. Sounds about right?Forgot to reply... but basically raffles are either online via NDC HK or at NSW Pak Sha Road. Both will require some sort of ID... might be an HKID specially, but I don't know for sure.
Jordan store moved then since I was there last, will check out the Kicks Lounge at both since i'll have a lot of time to spare. Not surprised about the prices at the reseller stores, they've gotten worse since I left but i'll be around MK a lot so I might as well go. How about the Adidas stores?The last I checked, the Jordan Store is in Central... Wellington Street. The MK stores and resellers are pretty much the same. The reseller stores are actually really nice now. They can afford to have all these nice stores cuz of the fat profits they make on the resale market.
Other stores worth checking out are the Kicks Lounge stores in Causeway Bay and Harbour City... as well as the usual Pak Sha Rd. NSW.
The resell prices in Hong Kong are amongst the highest in the World, so I recommend you save your money. for StockX or GOAT purchases They also do not have VAT in Hong Kong, so you will not get a tex refund at the airport, which technically makes the shoes even more expensive. Generally everything that involves clothes, fashion, shoes etc. is more expensive than in the US or Europe.Blessed day friends here in niketalk. I’ll be HK bound next month (July) on the 1st week. Any sightings of the 2016 jordan 3 true blue nike air and j4 levis (the first released pair) in HK? Appreciate your response.
You have to go to Kowloon to the "Shoe Street" in Mong Kok close to Canton Road, basically there is one store next to the other and a couple of specialist stores with rare sneakers as well, such as Kickscrew, Kix Files etc.!Thank you for the responses sir sinnerp and sir maxillian. Any idea where’s the sneaker capital of HK for sneaker hunting? Im also looking for nike 90s recent retro releases.
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