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Bangkok's best shops for sneaker-heads

Where to get a pair of Japanese-imported Converse, Adidas Y-3 Lazelle or monochrome NMD.

By Kasidit Srivilai | Apr 18, 2017

  • Bangkok's best shops for sneaker-heads


The new multi-brand retailer Uncon packs in over 30 fashion names, among them cult kicks like the Adidas Y-3 Lazelle (B7,000), the highly-sought-after NMD in monochrome white (B9,000), all the way up to the Yeezy Boost 750 (B49,000). Rare Nikes include the Dunk Low Premium SB “Kuwahara ET” (B8,500).

331/1 Sukhumvit Soi 55, 099-195-2262.

Carnival Siam Square Soi 7

Multi-label streetwear brand Carnival bases their flagship store on Siam Square Soi 7. This white-washed venue focuses exclusively on sneakers from Nike, Adidas and Vans, with some special limited editions available only at this flagship branch. Go get the new arrivals like Nike Sock Dart BR (B5,200), Stan Smith Boost (B7,990) from Adidas or the Gel-lyte “Vanda” limited edition (B7,500) from Asics Tiger.

Siam Square Soi 7, 02-252-4215. 


It’s all about low-top canvas-made sneakers here. Check out the much-hyped Japanese Shoe Like Pottery sneakers (B3,990) that are made in a brick oven, as well as the Japan-edition Converse Jack Purcell (B3,190).

Siam Square Soi 2, 02-251-0239.


Muti-label footwear and sportwear store from Singapore has branches its third and fourth stores in Thailand. Expect plenty of sneaker brands featured in the store, from Nike to Reshoevn8er, as well as 'Seek Exclusive' like Nike Air Max 90 Essential Referee Pack (B4,400) and Nike Air Max Thea SE Kurim Pack (B4,900) 

3/F, Central Embassy, Ploenchit Rd.,


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