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Sneaker King®™

11th Avenue, Kensington, Cape Town, South Africa

Customers rating: 74%
Address and contacts:
11th Avenue
Cape Town, 7405 (Kensington, Cape Town, Western Cape)
South Africa, Africa
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Phone number: ZA +27 81 573 4419
Web (e-shop):
Opening hours:

Monday closed
Tuesday closed
Wednesday closed
Thursday closed
Friday closed
Saturday closed
Sunday 00:00 – : 12:00 AM – 01:00 AM
Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19):
Please follow the rules and recommendations of Cape Town, South Africa when shopping in Sneaker King®™ store.
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Questions & Answers

Can I apply for a job at Sneaker King®™?

Yeah, why wouldn't you. I suggest you call Sneaker King®™ directly and ask around.

What about opening on Saturday and Sunday?

Unfortunately, Sneaker King®™ is closed on the weekend.

What's the phone number for Sneaker King®™?

Sure, call them at +27 81 573 4419.

Does Sneaker King®™ have its own online shop?

Sure, you can find the online store at

Does Sneaker King®™ have an Instagram account?

Unfortunately, we have no idea if Sneaker King®™ has an Instagram account.

What recommendations does the store have?

The Sneaker King®™ has a customer rating of 74%. Most customers recommend the store.

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