SNKRDUNK’s First Global Flagship Is Opening in Singapore
From the land of the rising sun to the Lion City.
Come 15th October 2022, SNKRDUNK will open the doors of its first international store in Singapore’s premium shopping district at Mandarin Gallery, Orchard Road.
The retail store will house a diverse collection of sneakers, from general releases to the most rare pieces. In time, the space will also showcase exclusive collaborations between SNKRDUNK and other hype brands.
Similar to its brick and mortar in Harajuku and Osaka, the SNKRDUNK Singapore store will allow sneakerheads to try on their desired pair before purchase.
“With a burgeoning sneaker community, Singapore is a prime location for sneakerheads from all walks of life to connect through their shared passion. As a consumer-centric platform, the local community is at the forefront of our minds as we believe there is no commerce without community,” expresses Kohei Hamada, SNKRDUNK’s Global Director leading the fast-growing expansion.
In December last year, SNKRDUNK launched an English version of their app, extending their arm to include an international community of sneaker enthusiasts and afficionados. Through a stringent authentication process, members are safeguarded from replicas breaching their transactions. Thus far, both the native and global versions boast a combined user base of 4.5 million.
To commemorate the milestone with the local community, the store will be conducting a raffle of some 100 pairs of the sneakersphere’s holy grails, some of its most highly-coveted at retail. A catalogue that includes the Travis Scott x Air Jordans and various sacai collaborations; pairs that multiply substantially in value in the secondary market. Additionally, Nike’s best-selling Panda Dunks will also be available in its original RRP of SG$159. Distribution of raffle tickets will begin at 7.30AM at Mandarin Gallery, Level 1.
If some of the above-mentioned have escaped your grasp, come down to the grand opening and seize the opportunity to get yours.
#01-09B/#02-10, Mandarin Gallery,
333A Orchard Road