Someone's got to outfit the feet of the college students and creative underclassmen in this city, and for the most part, only sneakers will do.
Sneakers are not simply sneakers anymore. No the scuffed well worn shoe meant to be worn without thought or care is now, at least for some, a well considered fashion choice, even for those older than 16. Enter Buscemi a luxury sneaker line beloved by rappers and athletes and ...47 Wooster Street
On the border of SoHo and Tribeca, in the perfect spot for the Saatchi bros and sundry media types that prowl the neighborhood one finds a sneaker & streetwear shop that serves up both high and low. Workable and reasonably priced Nike, Adidas and other big brands, along side upsc...225 Hudson Street
Dave’s Quality Meats pays homage to its history as a former meat shop by displaying its sneaker goods like a butcher would display different cuts of meat. Expect high-top eighties basketball and retro skateboard sneakers. Carrying on with the butcher shop theme, you can take your...7 East 3rd Street
Limited edition and vintage kicks for the sneaker freaks. First place to look for the hard to find, the ultra-retro. Part of their secret sauce is generous consignment policy, so there is always the possibility of an ultra-unique find as fellow sneaker lovers cash in their tr...812 Broadway
Alife first opened its doors in September 2001 as the first of its kind purveyor of quality foot and street wear. Offering exclusive sneakers in a lush, inviting, environment to a rapidly growing base of savvy shoe shoppers. Located on Rivington Street in Manhattans Lower East Si...158 Rivington St
Japanese streetwear - ultra hip, with, like, super cool stuff from sneakers to eyewear.91 Greene Street
If you’re big into sneaker culture, the small selection at Memes might not be very impressive to you. However, for the rest of us, the Reeboks, Nikes, Alexander McQueen Pumas, and silver python Y-3s are just enough to satisfy your sneaker thirst without going overboard. Plenty...3 Great Jones St