Five Great Sneaker Stores in Milan

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Are you planning on visiting Milan soon? And do you need some inspiration on where to get your next sneakers?

Spectrum

Photo: Graffiti Shop

Spectrum Store is a project launched in 2009 by the Graffitishop team, with the aim of creating a unique retail, where to merge the most authentic street wear with the culture of graffiti to create a movement strongly rooted in the local scene.

Through a careful selection process, Spectrum Store brings together the various nuances of street culture in a constantly updated range of clothing and tools for graffiti writing: from international sportswear brands to limited edition sneakers.

Via Felice Casati, 29.

Special

Photo: Modern Notoriety

Special Milano opened its doors on September 19, 2008, proposing to offer a pure streetwear of research of the best international brands. Posing among the best European Sneakers Store, it has the opportunity to offer its customers absolute previews and Limited products almost impossible to find in Italy thanks to a close collaboration with the most precious brands in the sector.  Since 11 September 2010 Special Milano is also active with online sales, creating happiness for many customers in Europe and Japan.

Corso di Porta Ticinese, 80.

Excelsior Milano

Photo: Crossmarks

Excelsior Milano is a unique shopping destination, an exclusive and innovative luxury department store designed by star architect Jean Nouvel and Vincenzo de Cotiis, who transformed a former Milanese cinema into an innovative fashion hub.

Spanning seven floors, it is defined by a contemporary and eye-catching design featuring artsy video installations that show a sophisticated lifestyle journey through the worlds of fashion, high-tech, gadgets and fine foods.

Galleria del Corso, 4.

One Block Down

Photo: thevanderlust

Founded in December 2009, ‘ONE BLOCK DOWN’ is one of the best sneaker and street wear stores in Milan. Located next to Piazza del Duomo and the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele, it has established itself with a unique and unconventional identity, which bases its roots in subcultures such as hip hop, skateboarding and the young culture of the 1990s through its selection of shoes, clothing, accessories, and also magazines and art. An area of the store is dedicated to a communal meeting space, open from breakfast until late afternoon, where lunch is served daily.

Piazza Armando Diaz, 2.

Sneakers14 

Photo: Sneakers14

Sneakers14 is a new reality born in Legnano in November 2015, thanks to the immense passion for the Sneakers of the owner and his experience in the field. They want to transmit this passion to their customers by always offering carefully selected and high quality products of the best brands on the market.

Corso Magenta, 6.

 

 

Photo: thevanderlust

Are you planning on visiting Milan soon? And do you need some inspiration on where to get your next sneakers?

Spectrum

Photo: Graffiti Shop

Spectrum Store is a project launched in 2009 by the Graffitishop team, with the aim of creating a unique retail, where to merge the most authentic street wear with the culture of graffiti to create a movement strongly rooted in the local scene.

Through a careful selection process, Spectrum Store brings together the various nuances of street culture in a constantly updated range of clothing and tools for graffiti writing: from international sportswear brands to limited edition sneakers.

Via Felice Casati, 29.

Special

Photo: Modern Notoriety

Special Milano opened its doors on September 19, 2008, proposing to offer a pure streetwear of research of the best international brands. Posing among the best European Sneakers Store, it has the opportunity to offer its customers absolute previews and Limited products almost impossible to find in Italy thanks to a close collaboration with the most precious brands in the sector.  Since 11 September 2010 Special Milano is also active with online sales, creating happiness for many customers in Europe and Japan.

Corso di Porta Ticinese, 80.

Excelsior Milano

Photo: Crossmarks

Excelsior Milano is a unique shopping destination, an exclusive and innovative luxury department store designed by star architect Jean Nouvel and Vincenzo de Cotiis, who transformed a former Milanese cinema into an innovative fashion hub.

Spanning seven floors, it is defined by a contemporary and eye-catching design featuring artsy video installations that show a sophisticated lifestyle journey through the worlds of fashion, high-tech, gadgets and fine foods.

Galleria del Corso, 4.

One Block Down

Photo: thevanderlust

Founded in December 2009, ‘ONE BLOCK DOWN’ is one of the best sneaker and street wear stores in Milan. Located next to Piazza del Duomo and the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele, it has established itself with a unique and unconventional identity, which bases its roots in subcultures such as hip hop, skateboarding and the young culture of the 1990s through its selection of shoes, clothing, accessories, and also magazines and art. An area of the store is dedicated to a communal meeting space, open from breakfast until late afternoon, where lunch is served daily.

Piazza Armando Diaz, 2.

Sneakers14 

Photo: Sneakers14

Sneakers14 is a new reality born in Legnano in November 2015, thanks to the immense passion for the Sneakers of the owner and his experience in the field. They want to transmit this passion to their customers by always offering carefully selected and high quality products of the best brands on the market.

Corso Magenta, 6.

 

 

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