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Hong Kong Sneakers Street, Hong Kong

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With a name like Hong Kong Sneakers Street, it is no surprise this street market is filled with vendors selling sports shoes. Whether you need basic sneakers, soccer cleats, or running shoes, this market offers a huge range of brand names and types. Pick up colored shoe laces to go with your new shoes, or sports equipment like tennis racquets and balls. Expect large discounts, but it is recommended to bargain if possible. Add Hong Kong Sneakers Street and other attractions to your Hong Kong trip itinerary using our Hong Kong itinerary maker.
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  • I must say, I was expecting more but granted it was a Sat afternoon and it was packed and difficult to navigate your way through to take a better look. It is a bunch of sneaker stores together but the...  more »
  • I heard this was suppose to be a great place for shoes. However, it was underwhelming. Lots of shoes, but no better than the US  more »
  • A very busy street in the heart of Hong Kong. You'll probably find at least one pair of shoes that you'd like to take home.  more »
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  • It is located not far from Ladies Market in Mong Kok, Kowloon. This place has so many sneakers stores, from original brand store to pop up store that offers good selection of latest sneakers. Interestingly, sometimes you can get some rarely sneakers and there's always a good chance to get very special prices to all sneakers you want.
  • If you are looking for a bargain forget it, you won't find one. Many of the shops are are owned by the same businesses, you can tell by the price labels and the exact same price. The stock is exactly the same for most of the stores, save a few odd variations. If you don't care about price and you want to see a lot of trainers in one place this is it.
  • Lots of stores offer the same shoes. Most stores are also from the same owner. You have to go to many stores to find a good shoe and price. Shoe sizes are also hard to find.
  • Great selection of trainers, from formal, to sport, you'll even find exclusive and limited edition runs, up and down the street. Frequently busy (I'm talking BUSY), but worth the effort to hunt for a bargain. It's not uncommon to find trainers up to 90% off.
  • So many shops selling the same things. Was hoping for more vintage and collectors items but it was mostly all new styles.