(SPOT.ph) True sneakerheads know that one of the best places to shop fresh new kicks in the Philippines—especially if you love rocking The Swoosh—is the Nike Factory Store, which has several branches just outside of the Metro in spots like Pampanga and Antipolo. They've even got an outpost in Cebu in case you're based in the Visayas. In December, Nike Factory Store opened a cool new branch in Bulacan and it looks like they're ready to unveil another spot, this time inside Metro Manila: Nike Factory Store is opening their biggest branch in the Philippines on June 26 at NLEX Drive&Dine in Valenzuela City!
Nike Factory store has yet to unveil the inside of their huge new outpost on the southbound side of NLEX but here’s what we know about it so far: It will be open daily from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Better wake up early if you want to see the shop as soon as it opens. The opening day will provide customers with exclusive offers and special releases on Nike gear, so folks who drop by on the first day may just be able to score some awesome deals on sneakers, apparel, and accessories. Cancel your weekend plans, sneakerheads!
You can check out the video below, posted by the official Nike Factory Store Facebook page on June 24, to get a better idea of just how big the store is going to be (spoiler: It’s ginormous):
Just to get you even more excited, check out some shots from inside other Nike Factory Store branches around the Philippines. Just imagine those same shelves stocked with Nike shoes and activewear, but way bigger! Yup, our minds are exploding, too.
The biggest Nike Factory Store in the Philippines is opening on June 26 at NLEX Drive&Dine, Km 17, Southbound NLEX, Valenzuela City. They currently have branches in SLEX Mamplasan, NLEX Pampanga, XentroMall in Antipolo, The Outlets at Pueblo Verde in Cebu, Savano Park in San Jose del Monte, and The Cabanas Mall in Malolos.
For more information, log on to Nike Factory Store Philippines' Facebook page.
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