Kick up your Nike style.

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Kick up your Nike style.

Few people are unfamiliar with Nike products. The brand’s popularity should inspire more people to personalize their purchases. Nike Kicks Lounge Omotesando does precisely this, offering customization of apparel of up to three logos and graphics printed on tops such as t-shirts and parkas. Choose from over 30 types of logos and a variety of graphic sizes. Customers can even request cutoffs with the option of having the bottoms hemmed. This store is Nike’s first store ofitskind in Japan. Limited-time products such as original t-shirts by influential artists such as Meguro Yamaguchi give shoppers more reason to experience Nike and the vanguard of Tokyo’s popular culture. Stop by and experience the enjoyment of your very own customized Nike wear.

Words: Pen Editorial

Nike Kicks Lounge Omotesando
Address: Mico Jingu-mae, 4-25-12 Jingu-mae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
Tel: 03-6367-5277
Opening hours: 11am-8pm
Closed: Irregular
©Mai Hokari Nike apparel and footwear arranged on the first floor. A special feature of this store are their displays designed tooffer their customization services rather than categorizing each type of product.
©Mai Hokari The shop is located just off the main drag along Cat Street.
©Mai Hokari Nike apparel and footwear arranged on the first floor. A special feature of this store are their displays designed to offer their customization services rather than categorizing each type of product.
©Mai Hokari The shop is located just off the main drag along Cat Street.

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