10 Places Where You Can Shop Jordan Sneakers in Manila

In case you can't wait for the official store to open!

PHOTO BY Capital, Shoe Game Manila ILLUSTRATION War Espejo

(SPOT.ph) In case you missed it, the word on the street as of late is that a Jordan Store will be opening in Manila very soon—and it’s the very first one in all of Southeast Asia at that. A video clip of the store under construction circulated on our feeds in late October and we’re shaking with anticipation to see what it’ll look like. As of writing, information on the new Jordan store, which will be located in BGC, has been kept mostly on the D.L., but hey, that doesn’t mean you need to wait for the outpost to open to shop your own pair of J’s. Below, we round up several stores across the Metro where you can cop Jordan sneakers as well as other cool finds from popular sportswear and streetwear brands.


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Here’s where you can shop Jordan sneakers in Manila:

Titan 22

PHOTO BY Titan 22

Founded in 2010, Titan 22 is a specialty store for all things basketball. Aside from Jordan sneakers, they also sell kicks and sportswear from brands historically associated with the game like Nike, Adidas, Converse, New Balance, Puma, and more. Plus, they just opened their new flagship store in One Bonifacio High Street in October and it’s a must-visit for any b-ball fan!

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Available online; see a list of Titan 22 branches

Urban Athletics

PHOTO BY Urban Athletics

Urban Athletics describes itself as a "street lifestyle store" and it’s a treasure trove of popular sneakers (including Jordans!), bags, and apparel from big names in streetwear and sportswear like Nike, Adidas, Puma, Asics, Fila, New Balance, and more.


Available online; see a list of Urban Athletics branches.


PHOTO BY Capital

Capital offers a wide range of sneakers in their lineup. Aside from Jordans, they’ve got Adidas, Converse, Fred Perry, Veja, and more—any sneakerhead or athleisure enthusiast would have a blast just browsing through their selection. They also offer shoe cleaning services so you can keep your prized kicks and collectible sneakers in tip-top condition!


Available online; see a list of Capital branches.


Zeus offers a varied assortment of shoes, clothes, and accessories perfect for anyone who leads an active lifestyle. Aside from popular brands like Jordan, Nike, Puma, Vans, Champion, Converse, and New Balance, they also offer kicks and threads from more hard-to-find names like ARKK Copenhagen, 361 Degrees, Grizzly, Rider, Skoop, and Huf, among others. Plus, their store selection includes brushes, laundry bags, sprays, erasers, wipes, and more cleaning tools made for sneakers from brands like Crep Protect and Reshoevn8r.


Available online.


PHOTO BY SoleRepubliq

Specialty footwear store SoleRepubliq is constantly updating their shelves and social media pages with new sneaker styles you can cop, including Jordans in a variety of colorways. Their selection would impress even the snobbiest of sneaker collectors!

Available online or at 3/F Regis Center, Katipunan Avenue, Quezon City.


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Rock N' Sole

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Rock N’ Sole is worth a visit just to see the immaculate display of sneakers inside the store—you might even want to take a quick IG snapshot if you drop by. The shop is a great destination for sneakerheads and streetwear enthusiasts who particularly like to hunt for luxury brands and collectible pieces. They’ve got Jordan, Yeezy, Anti Social Social Club, BAPE, Balenciaga, Comme des Garcons, Off-White, and more up for grabs. Plus, they even sell pre-owned items in case you’re looking for designer kicks at discounted prices!


Available online; see a list of Rock N’ Sole branches.

Shoe Game Manila

PHOTO BY Shoe Game Manila

Shoe Game Manila specializes in sneakers, streetwear, and collectibles you’d be hard-pressed to find elsewhere in Manila, so you’ll have lots to see when you drop by. Shop their wide selection of Jordans (which includes sneakers and slides) as well other brands like Nike, Adidas, Yeezy, and Off-White.


Available online; see a list of Shoe Game Manila branches.

Sneaker Box Manila

PHOTO BY Sneaker Box Manila

Sneaker Box’s store in Promenade Mall is lined with sneakers wall to wall—you won’t know where to look first! They offer kicks, bags, clothes, and accessories from a long list of popular brands including Jordan, Yeezy, Off-White, Patagonia, Maison Kitsune, Stussy, Supreme, and many more. Plus, you’ll want to keep an eye on their website for exciting sales—we hear the price drops are no joke!


Available online or at G/F, Promenade Mall 3, Greenhills, San Juan City.

Nike Outlet Store Riverbanks Center

PHOTO BY Nike Outlet Store Riverbanks

If you’re always on the lookout for sneaker sales in the Metro, you’re probably familiar with the Nike Outlet Store in Riverbanks Center, Marikina City because the shop is notorious for huge sales and jaw-dropping price drops—and yup, they’ve got Jordan sneakers in their lineup! Any Swoosh fan would have a blast browsing through the expansive store and its incredible collection. Be sure to keep your eyes peeled for the best pairs and most exciting deals!


Nike Outlet Store is at Riverbanks Center, 300 Riverbanks Avenue, Marikina City.

RIF Manila


Diehard sportswear fans, you may have already heard of RIF by now. It’s a sneaker store that originated in Los Angeles where you can find shelves upon shelves of fresh kicks from Nike, including the ever-so-coveted Jordan and its many iterations. Believe it or not, the store has an outpost in Manila and yup, you can shop all kinds of pairs from the world-famous activewear brand.


RIF Manila is at Ronac Art Center, Ortigas Avenue, San Juan City.

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