Sneakerheads will agree that sneaker releases, especially limite ones, can prove to be quite a hassle. On release days, it is not uncommon for things to go awry, whether the customer service offered by a retailer is not up to the mark or the sneakers being sought out are simply not available anymore. However, there are also those retail stores that actually make an effort and strive to properly take care of their customers. One such retailer is the Sneakersnstuff store in Berlin, Germany. Whether they already know about the store or not, Germans sneakerheads should consider paying a visit to Sneakersnstuff because a restock is taking place there.
More than often, sneakerheads essentially have to line up outside retailer stores on release days in order to get their hands on a pair or pairs of sneakers they want to cop. Yet, retailers like Sneakersnstuff try to do as much as they can to be as helpful as they can to sneakerheads from all over the world. Sneakernstuff is known for frequently collaborating with sneaker brands, especially adidas. Sneakerheads can even head over to their website to grab both regular and limited sneakers, while rarely encountering a 404 error page. Furthermore, anyone who orders sneakers worth $300 or more even receives free shipping.
If German sneakerheads are confused about there being a Sneakernstuff store in Berlin, it is actually a brand new location that will open on December 9th. Hence, the huge restock that is taking place is actually in celebration of the new store’s launch. Of course, only those who attend the opening will be able to cop one or more of those pairs, but those who can would not want to miss it. The impressive line-up of sneakers that will be featured there will include several retro Jordan releases, particularly those of the Air Jordan 1. Also a part of the restock will be several adidas NMD releases as well as the Yeezy Boost 350 “Oxford Tan” and “Pirate Black,” and the Yeezy Boost 350 V2 “Beluga.”
Reading this has probably made stateside sneakerheads, and those elsewhere in the world, feel quite envious. Nonetheless, if they know someone living Berlin, they could perhaps ask them to pay a visit and cop one or more of the sneakers that will be restocked there.