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Who is selling Jordan in Berlin?
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­čôŹ Do you wanna travel to Berlin and interested in stores that sell your favourite Jordan brand? We've worked on this page to put together a comprehensive list of stores that sell your favourite brand in Berlin. We may not have all the stores here, if your favourite is missing, feel free to drop us a line. If you are missing a store, do not hesitate to contact us.

Updated July 2024

F Foot Locker Leipziger Pl. 12, 10117 Berlin, Germany
Foot Locker Tauentzienstra├če 17, 10789 Berlin, Germany
Foot Locker Alexanderpl. 2, 10178 Berlin, Germany
Foot Locker Schlo├čstra├če 100, 12163 Berlin, Germany
K KICKZ Berlin Basketball Torstra├če 86, 10119 Berlin, Germany
S SNIPES Wilmersdorfer Str. 64, 10627 Berlin, Germany
SNIPES Vo├čstra├če 32, 10117 Berlin, Germany
SNIPES Alexanderpl. 3, 10178 Berlin, Germany
SNIPES Tauentzienstra├če 19, 10789 Berlin, Germany
SNIPES Klosterstra├če 3, 13581 Berlin, Germany
SNIPES Schlo├čstra├če 28, 12163 Berlin, Germany
SNIPES Grunerstra├če 20, 10179 Berlin, Germany
SNIPES Johannisthaler Ch 317, 12351 Berlin, Germany
SNS Berlin Sch├Ânhauser Allee 6-7, 10119 Berlin, Germany
SOLEBOX N├╝rnberger Str. 14, 10789 Berlin, Germany
U Urban Outfitters Tamara-Danz-Stra├če 11, 10243 Berlin, Germany
Urban Outfitters Kurf├╝rstendamm 19-24, 10719 Berlin, Germany
Urban Outfitters Weinmeisterstra├če 10, 10178 Berlin, Germany

Jordan at a glance.

In the sneaker world, we believe there is no such successful deal between a sports brand and a specific athlete. Nike's association with the phenomenal basketball player Michael Jordan laid the building blocks of the entire sneaker scene in 1984, and even after more than 30 years, its importance has not diminished.

The Air Jordan models in particular have been a huge success around the world. If you've been following sneaker culture for more than 10 years, you've surely noticed the waves of popularity of each model. For a few years, sneakerheads can't get enough of the Air Jordan 3 and 4, then the higher-end 10 and 11 models are back in style, and from there, especially around 2020, the classic Air Jordan 1 keeps the hype going.

While sneaker stores around the world are trying to source the most limited releases, the trend is more on the side of smaller consigment stores or larger retailers like Footlocker. Classic sneaker stores have had an increasingly limited supply of these limited sneakers in recent years, leaving the average consumer to try their luck at raffles or pay extra and buy shoes through services like Stockx or their local reseller.


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