Four Great Sneaker Stores in Moscow

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Are you planning on visiting Russia soon? And do you need some inspiration on where to get your next sneakers? These are some great stores to expand you sneaker collection and maybe even find that limited pair you were hoping for.

1. KM20

Russian concept store, KM20 is the place to be if you’re on the hunt for that special pair of collaboration kicks. They stock everything from adidas Originals’ finest collabs to the latest, limited edition silhouettes from Vetements x Reebok collection. Each sneaker is hand-picked by the finest buyers with an eye for good style. Match that with an incredibly designed industrial shop interior, and KM20 becomes an unmissable stop on your sneaker world tour.

Pereulok Stoleshnikov 2, 125009 Moskva

https://eu.km20.ru/

2. DROP

The name says it all, Drop is THE Russian hotspot for all your latest sneakers drops. The store was founded only 2 years ago by the Rosie Lee Creative Agency and has already made a great name for itself in the sneaker world.  The store aims to bring a new level of sneaker culture in Russia, carrying hyped releases as well as classics from adidas, Nike, ASICS, Reebok, PUMA, Converse and much more.

Kuznetskiy Most 20, Moscow, Russia

3. Sneakerhead (White Store)

A pair of white sneakers is one of those staple pieces that should be in every modern day man’s wardrobe. This is the foundation behind the Russian retailers latest, simply named, sneakerhead white store. Local architectural bureau, Praktika was hired to create an interior design, that enhanced the concept behind the store, resulting in a minimalist retail space which brings the white sneakers aesthetic to the next level.

ul. Pokrovka, 2/1, Moskva, Russia, 101000

4. Street Beat

Russian sneaker store, Street Beat was inspired by the giant sneaker culture that has risen from various cities around the globe. The name STREET BEAT reflects the brand’s key idea: the urban rhythm of life, energy, and power of modern megacities. The brand’s idea was visually reflected in the form of the main graphic symbol, a stylized map of the “ideal” city, which streets, quarters and roads resemble a trainer sole imprint. Besides the expected sneaker brands, Street Beat also features a lot of their own trademark items, such as phone cases, bracelets, and t-shirts.

Ulitsa Zemlyanoy Val, 33, Moskva, Russia, 105064  

Are you planning on visiting Russia soon? And do you need some inspiration on where to get your next sneakers? These are some great stores to expand you sneaker collection and maybe even find that limited pair you were hoping for.

1. KM20

Russian concept store, KM20 is the place to be if you’re on the hunt for that special pair of collaboration kicks. They stock everything from adidas Originals’ finest collabs to the latest, limited edition silhouettes from Vetements x Reebok collection. Each sneaker is hand-picked by the finest buyers with an eye for good style. Match that with an incredibly designed industrial shop interior, and KM20 becomes an unmissable stop on your sneaker world tour.

Pereulok Stoleshnikov 2, 125009 Moskva

https://eu.km20.ru/

2. DROP

The name says it all, Drop is THE Russian hotspot for all your latest sneakers drops. The store was founded only 2 years ago by the Rosie Lee Creative Agency and has already made a great name for itself in the sneaker world.  The store aims to bring a new level of sneaker culture in Russia, carrying hyped releases as well as classics from adidas, Nike, ASICS, Reebok, PUMA, Converse and much more.

Kuznetskiy Most 20, Moscow, Russia

3. Sneakerhead (White Store)

A pair of white sneakers is one of those staple pieces that should be in every modern day man’s wardrobe. This is the foundation behind the Russian retailers latest, simply named, sneakerhead white store. Local architectural bureau, Praktika was hired to create an interior design, that enhanced the concept behind the store, resulting in a minimalist retail space which brings the white sneakers aesthetic to the next level.

ul. Pokrovka, 2/1, Moskva, Russia, 101000

4. Street Beat

Russian sneaker store, Street Beat was inspired by the giant sneaker culture that has risen from various cities around the globe. The name STREET BEAT reflects the brand’s key idea: the urban rhythm of life, energy, and power of modern megacities. The brand’s idea was visually reflected in the form of the main graphic symbol, a stylized map of the “ideal” city, which streets, quarters and roads resemble a trainer sole imprint. Besides the expected sneaker brands, Street Beat also features a lot of their own trademark items, such as phone cases, bracelets, and t-shirts.

Ulitsa Zemlyanoy Val, 33, Moskva, Russia, 105064  

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