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The best sneaker shops in Milan

Where to Buy your favorite sneakers

The best sneaker shops in Milan Where to Buy your favorite sneakers

For many years now, Milan has become the Italian capital of sneakers, streetwear and street culture in general.
The game has now become almost an exclusivity of the city of Milan, together with Rome and Bologna which also include stores that have made sneaker history in Italy such as Holypopstore and Bottega Back Door.

However, we have decided to put together the best sneaker shops in Milan and create an interactive map so you don't miss the chance to cop one of your favorite sneakers.




One of the reference points for sneakerheads throughout Italy and beyond. The new Piazza Diaz store is truly a gem. Sneakers, but not only; a must see for those who love street culture, then if you want you can also drink and eat something inside the connected café. 

Piazza Armando Diaz, 2
20123 Milano




A Milanese sneaker institution. Located in Corso di Porta Ticinese you cannot avoid entering by opening the door, pushing that famous basketball that sits in place of the door handle.

Corso di Porta Ticinese, 80 
20127 Milano




Sneaker shop owned by the 2006 world champion Marco Materazzi. There are now 5 points of sale throughout Italy: in addition to the Milan store in Corso Garibaldi, we count those in Rome, Perugia, Turin, and Bologna.

Corso Garibaldi, 104 
20121 Milano




Another point of reference for Nike releases. In the Moscova area, you can't miss it and take a ride. We've previously reported on the excellent selection of their ACG line.

Via Statuto, 18
20121 Milano




A real basketball store. We have also decided to include the shop in Piazza Gae Aulenti because here you will find, in addition to the best basketball sneakers and everything that revolves around the NBA world - tank tops, shorts, socks, etc. - the most important releases related to Air Jordan.

Piazza Gae Aulenti, 1 
20154 Milano




For over 15 years one of the reference sneakers shops in Milan. Born in 2003, it is situated on Porta Ticinese.

Corso di Porta Ticinese, 16
20123 Milano





Not a real sneaker shop but a 360° shop with a general selection of absolute high value.
Slam Jam is a company that represents Italian excellence: founded by Luca Benini in 1989, for the past 30 years it has been a reference point for the streetwear world in Italy and beyond.

Via Giovanni Lanza, 1
20121 Milano




A project born in 2009 from the mind of the Graffitishop team, with the aim of creating a unique retail of its kind,  merging streetwear with graffiti culture.

Via Felice Casati, 29
20124 Milano




The first consignment store in Milan represents an absolute novelty in the sneaker and streetwear scene. Opened on September 16th of last year, it is already a solid and consolidated reality thanks to the great work of Andrea Canziani (co-owner and founder) and of the team behind this project.

Via Urbano III, 4
20123 Milano



FOOT LOCKER (Corso Buenos Aires, 17)

The chain born in 1974, and which has helped sportswear and footwear to establish itself in mainstream culture, FL has just opened another store here in Milan and we at nss magazine were there. In Corso Buenos Aires to the 17, it is possible to take a tour on the three levels of the new sales point.

Corso Buenos Aires, 17
20124 Milano




A chain present throughout Europe. Authorized dealer of the most important sneaker brands including Nike, adidas and New Balance.

Via Torino
20123 Milano





Store of the German brand dedicated to the ORIGINALS line. The latest YEEZY releases, the whole adidas ORIGINALS app, and the most important collaborations.

Via Alessio di Tocqueville, 11
20154 Milano