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BANGKOK VENUE:
Vii Athletic Club (V.A.C.)

  • Vii Athletic Club (V.A.C.)
    Vii Athletic Club (V.A.C.)

Doesn’t matter if you’re a dunker, a goaler, a board rider, or just another street thug wannabe, V.A.C. has some rare goodies imported from the world over to raise your cred. The shop is a mini street-focused mall in itself, with a touch of club atmosphere thrown in and a neo-roman style—bling, you say? Sneaker-heads will jump up and down for their limited editions from brands like Adidas, Nike, Nike 6.0, Reebok, and Supra. Our picks? The Nike 6.0 Brazen (B3,190) and Nike 6.0 Dunk Low SE (B2,990) Also, if you’re a street geek, check out the accessory shelf and you’ll find some cool affordable silvers from the house brand, Victim of Vanity, price starts from B1,000. Narisa Pokunchanan

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Phone: 084-705-7744
Vii Athletic Club (V.A.C.), Siam Square Soi 1, Bangkok, Thailand

Area:

Siam

Opening Hours:

daily 1-8pm
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