Foot Locker, Inc., the global destination for speciality athletic-lifestyle footwear, apparel and accessories, has opened a new Power Store in Hong Kong.
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The new store, located in Gala Place, Mong Kok offers visitors a unique single level destination. This is the retailer’s 6th location to open in Hong Kong –– set to bring an engaging retail experience with premium product and elevated in-store presentations to enhance customer experience.
The design celebrates basketball culture with a signature multi-branded basketball collection and area dedicated to the game. The store boasts dedicated women’s and kids areas and a studio and events space, to host brand partners and local influencers (pending COVID-19 restrictions).
With impressive footwear and apparel collections from global brand partners, including Nike, Jordan, adidas, Puma, Converse, New Balance, Under Armour and streetwear brands including Chinatown Market and Carrots, customers can expect immersive experiences and elevated product storytelling for every occasion. The store will also provide men, women and kids lines for the sneaker obsessed and provide access to the largest selection of Nike Air Max Plus (TN’s) available in market.
Mong Kok is a neighbourhood known for its vibrant sneaker scene and is a melting pot of cultures, a place where young Hong Kong people pursue their passion and express themselves. The store features specially commissioned artworks –by four local artists Way Fung @digiway, Stanley Wong @Sneakerconcept, Brian Liu @824Hachi and Zoie Lam @Zlism, inspired by Mong Kok and its relationship to sneaker and basketball culture. It also sets the tone for how Foot Locker will tailor the store to the local community.
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Commenting on the new store, Tomas Petersson, GM and VP, Foot Locker Asia, said, “We could not be more excited for our store opening in Mong Kok. This has been a dream come true to have a store in this area where sneaker-style is so inspired and alive in the streets and really around every corner. This is our 6th store opening in Hong Kong – first in Kowloon and now in this store – we cannot wait to get to know our consumers and celebrate sneaker culture together.”