Four Great Sneaker Stores in Seattle

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Photo: Likelihood

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

1. Bait

Photo: Bait

Bait is definitely one of those fun-loving quirky sneaker stores. The sneaker retailer is famous for their collaborations with action figurines, comic characters and anime icons such as Spongebob, Domo, One Piece, Naruto, Street Fighter, and more. They also offer custom decorated sneakers, so if you’re on the hunt for something unique or always wanted your favorite animated character featured on your kicks, Baits is the place to be.

East Pike Street, Seattle, WA 98122

http://www.baitme.com/

2. Likelihood

Photo: Likelihood

The Seattle based boutique, Likelihood is both a sneaker and architectural gem. The men’s footwear store showcases their collection on concrete bleachers which are lid by hexagonal lamps suspended from the high ceiling. The store is very minimalistic and characterized by the combination of the white walls, concrete floor, and wooden panels. “Believing that the shoe shopping experience should feel fun, leisurely and exciting, the design elements are fairly restrained and seek to highlight the product.” -Likelihood.

1101 E Union St, Seattle, WA 98122

https://likelihood.us/

3. Totokaelo

Photo: Totokaelo

Another architecturally pleasing hotspot in Seattle is the Totokaelo, luxury menswear store. Their sneaker range variates from high-end brands such as Balenciaga, Maison Margiela, Rick Owens and Off-white. They also showcase works of art and other design items such as design chair, lamps, and tables.

1523 10th Avenue, Seattle Washington  98122

https://totokaelo.com/

4. Nike Seattle

Photo: Nike

So obviously Nike has stores spread all across the globe and it’s no surprise there’s one located in Seattle, but not all Nike stores are designed quite like this one. The visual display design is an expression of the brand’s heritage and innovation, as well as a tribute to the local Seatle sports culture. Thr biggest eyecatcher is the 12′ x 18′ neon sculpture that hangs on the mezzanine ceiling, which impactfully views from both the exterior of the store as the interior.

1500 6th Avenue, Seattle WA 98101

 

Photo: Likelihood

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

1. Bait

Photo: Bait

Bait is definitely one of those fun-loving quirky sneaker stores. The sneaker retailer is famous for their collaborations with action figurines, comic characters and anime icons such as Spongebob, Domo, One Piece, Naruto, Street Fighter, and more. They also offer custom decorated sneakers, so if you’re on the hunt for something unique or always wanted your favorite animated character featured on your kicks, Baits is the place to be.

East Pike Street, Seattle, WA 98122

http://www.baitme.com/

2. Likelihood

Photo: Likelihood

The Seattle based boutique, Likelihood is both a sneaker and architectural gem. The men’s footwear store showcases their collection on concrete bleachers which are lid by hexagonal lamps suspended from the high ceiling. The store is very minimalistic and characterized by the combination of the white walls, concrete floor, and wooden panels. “Believing that the shoe shopping experience should feel fun, leisurely and exciting, the design elements are fairly restrained and seek to highlight the product.” -Likelihood.

1101 E Union St, Seattle, WA 98122

https://likelihood.us/

3. Totokaelo

Photo: Totokaelo

Another architecturally pleasing hotspot in Seattle is the Totokaelo, luxury menswear store. Their sneaker range variates from high-end brands such as Balenciaga, Maison Margiela, Rick Owens and Off-white. They also showcase works of art and other design items such as design chair, lamps, and tables.

1523 10th Avenue, Seattle Washington  98122

https://totokaelo.com/

4. Nike Seattle

Photo: Nike

So obviously Nike has stores spread all across the globe and it’s no surprise there’s one located in Seattle, but not all Nike stores are designed quite like this one. The visual display design is an expression of the brand’s heritage and innovation, as well as a tribute to the local Seatle sports culture. Thr biggest eyecatcher is the 12′ x 18′ neon sculpture that hangs on the mezzanine ceiling, which impactfully views from both the exterior of the store as the interior.

1500 6th Avenue, Seattle WA 98101

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