Four Great Sneaker stores in Stockholm

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Are you planning on visiting Stockholm 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. Sneakersnstuff

Photo: Sneakersnstuff

Sneakersnstuff is the lovechild of the Swedish design duo Erik Fagerlind and Peter Jansson. Both designers were crazed sneaker collectors and found a mutual frustration in the fact that there weren’t many alternatives to the big retail chains dominating the sneaker market in Stockholm and decided to fill the gap themselves. Today Sneakersnstuff is famous for their incredibly collaboration collections with sneakers brands such as Vans, New Balance and Puma.

Åsögatan 124, 116 24 Stockholm, Sweden

https://www.sneakersnstuff.com/

2. Eytys

Photo: Eytys

For a more luxurious sneaker experience, Eytys is the place to be. Besides being an architectural gem, the store is also the home of very high-quality sneakers, which are literally put on a pedestal. Walking through the store is like walking through an art gallery, with the marble flooring, high arches, and sculptures by Japanse artist, Shiro Kuramata.

Norrlandsgatan 22, 111 43 Stockholm, Sweden

https://eytys.com/

3. Shoeline

Photo: Shoeline

Shoeline is one of those perfectly hidden little gems every sneakerhead dreams off. The store was opened back in 2004 and quickly received the nickname “The Corner Shop” as it’s the go-to sneaker hotspot of the local community. The store carries various sneaker brands such as Fila, Saucony Originals, New Balance and Jim Rickey.

Hornsgatan 66, 118 21 Stockholm, Sweden

https://www.shoeline.se/en/

4. Gram Shoes

Photo: Gram

Scandinavia brand, Gram is all about sophistication and creating footwear that builds a bridge between sneakers and tradition shoes. Their design aesthetic lies really close to their Scandinavian roots, focusing on designing with clean lines and attention to details. Each model is unique in its own simplicity, but that’s not the only thing that makes the store unique. The brand is centered around the concept of weight, with each model being named after the first sample’s weight in grams, hence the name. Each shoe is hand-made with premium leathers and built to last a lifetime.

Photo: Shoeline

Are you planning on visiting Stockholm 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. Sneakersnstuff

Photo: Sneakersnstuff

Sneakersnstuff is the lovechild of the Swedish design duo Erik Fagerlind and Peter Jansson. Both designers were crazed sneaker collectors and found a mutual frustration in the fact that there weren’t many alternatives to the big retail chains dominating the sneaker market in Stockholm and decided to fill the gap themselves. Today Sneakersnstuff is famous for their incredibly collaboration collections with sneakers brands such as Vans, New Balance and Puma.

Åsögatan 124, 116 24 Stockholm, Sweden

https://www.sneakersnstuff.com/

2. Eytys

Photo: Eytys

For a more luxurious sneaker experience, Eytys is the place to be. Besides being an architectural gem, the store is also the home of very high-quality sneakers, which are literally put on a pedestal. Walking through the store is like walking through an art gallery, with the marble flooring, high arches, and sculptures by Japanse artist, Shiro Kuramata.

Norrlandsgatan 22, 111 43 Stockholm, Sweden

https://eytys.com/

3. Shoeline

Photo: Shoeline

Shoeline is one of those perfectly hidden little gems every sneakerhead dreams off. The store was opened back in 2004 and quickly received the nickname “The Corner Shop” as it’s the go-to sneaker hotspot of the local community. The store carries various sneaker brands such as Fila, Saucony Originals, New Balance and Jim Rickey.

Hornsgatan 66, 118 21 Stockholm, Sweden

https://www.shoeline.se/en/

4. Gram Shoes

Photo: Gram

Scandinavia brand, Gram is all about sophistication and creating footwear that builds a bridge between sneakers and tradition shoes. Their design aesthetic lies really close to their Scandinavian roots, focusing on designing with clean lines and attention to details. Each model is unique in its own simplicity, but that’s not the only thing that makes the store unique. The brand is centered around the concept of weight, with each model being named after the first sample’s weight in grams, hence the name. Each shoe is hand-made with premium leathers and built to last a lifetime.

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