How do you get to sneakers on the street in Hong Kong?

How do you get to sneakers on the street in Hong Kong?

The most convenient way to get to the Sneakers Street is to take the local subway to the Mongkok MTR Station and take MTR Exit D3. Then walk along Argyle Street to Fa Yuen Street.

Is sneaker Street legit?

Yes they are real. If you’re familiar with the sneaker shoe market pricings, they aren’t far off.

Is StockX in Hong Kong?

In order to better support our customers in the Asia Pacific region, we’ve opened a new verification center in Hong Kong. In addition to the new center, we’ve reduced shipping rates and shipping timeframes, thus increasing the speed at which our sellers will be paid out.

Where is StockX Hong Kong?

Shop 113, 1/F, The Forest, 17 Nelson St., Mong Kok, Kowloon, Hong Kong.

Are StockX shoes from Hong Kong fake?

People always ask ‘does StockX sell fakes?’ and the answer is a resounding NO. ‘Are StockX shoes real?’ and that answer is YES, they are real.

Where can I buy sneakers in Hong Kong?

Hong Kong Sneakers Street. Fa Yuen Street, known as Sneaker Street, is where hip kids get the latest sports shoes. Find big brands like Adidas and Nike plus boutiques with niche brands, limited editions, and bespoke creations.

How far in advance should I book Hong Kong sneakers street tours?

We recommend booking Hong Kong Sneakers Street tours ahead of time to secure your spot. If you book with Tripadvisor, you can cancel up to 24 hours before your tour starts for a full refund. See all 4 Hong Kong Sneakers Street tours on Tripadvisor

Where to go shopping in Hong Kong?

The Ladies’ Market is Hong Kong’s most famous open market, selling clothes (for both women and men), toys, souvenirs, electronics, shoes, wallets, bags, cheap jewellery and more. Shopping is hungry work, so this is also a great place to sample local street food such as curry fish balls, meat skewers, dumplings or stinky tofu.

How to get to Sneaker Street by MTR?

The Mongkok MTR Station, signed by the MTR company as “Mong Kok” in two words, is a major station on the Tsuen Wan line and one part of the best routes to get to Sneaker Street.