Here’s Where To Get Dunks In London!

Debuted in 1985 as Nike’s new, high-performance basketball sneaker, the Nike Dunk’s design is a unique amalgamation of the sportswear powerhouse’s predecessors: the Terminator, the Air Force 1, the Air Jordan 1, and the Legend.

On its release, the evolutionary style quickly became popular in the worlds of skateboarding, basketball, and fashion, and has had multiple white-hot drops since — from Jeff Staple’s ‘Pigeon’ Dunk in 2005 to Virgil Abloh’s Nike x Off-White Dunk Low in 2019.

The sneaker (or should we say, “Dunk”) scene in London is as diverse and steeped in history as any other scene in the globe, much like its cultural identity.

When compared to other well-known cities like New York and Tokyo, London’s love for Dunks is often disregarded, which is terrible. However, all it takes is a quick glance at the feet of a Londoner to see how deeply ingrained the city’s footwear legend runs.

Our list of London sneaker shops will help you find your favorite dunks and may convince you to get more than one pair!

1. Mr Sneaker London

Unfortunately, insane rent prices and a sluggish retail environment have forced many independent boutiques to shut up shop in the past decade. However, local mainstay Mr. Sneaker continues to fly the flag for London’s sovereign sneaker hubs.

Revered as the first independent sneaker store in the city, Mr. Sneaker will be one of your go-to destinations for uber-rare drops if you’ve got some pounds to throw around.

Contact info:

Tel: 020 7375 375385


Address: 410 Bethnal Grn Rd, London E2 0DJ, United Kingdom

2. Footpatrol – Soho

Since Soho has long served as a gauge for London’s forward-thinking fashion scene, it was only logical for Footpatrol London to reconsider and modernize its previous structure. The outcome? a total redesign of the interior and exterior of the store.

Footpatrol London elevates its position as one of Europe’s most prestigious sneaker hotspots following the beautiful restoration.

It’s undoubtedly a must-stop store on your schedule because it carries the newest and most exclusive sneakers from all your favorite brands, including options from NikeLAB, Adidas Consortium, Jordan Brand, and Vans Vault.

It is definitely worthwhile to stop by the first Footpatrol store if you are already in London. They provide you with a place to relax and talk about your favorite pairs in addition to the sneaker shop. Who knows, perhaps Footpatrol can convince you to reconsider and purchase your new favorite pair.

Contact info:

Tel: 020 7287 8094


Address: 80 Berwick St, London W1F 8TU, United Kingdom

3. Presented By – Fitzrovia

The resell store Presentedby is a Crep Protect-sponsored enterprise in London. Streetwear is treated as a luxury item in the shop.

They provide a variety of high-end models, like the Air Jordan 1 x Fragment and the Nike SB Dunk Low ATMOS. They already owned two pairs from the Travis Scott x Air Jordan x Fragment collaboration as of early June.

The area was designed in collaboration with sneaker care veterans CREP Protect, so even if you don’t want to spend a fortune, you can still leave with a spotless pair thanks to the high-tech CREP trainers care area.

Contact info:

Tel: 020 7692 5913


Address: 15 Percy St, London W1T 1DS, United Kingdom

4. END. – Soho

You may be having a wonderful time shopping, but you haven’t really lived out your footwear ideal until you’ve visited END.’s brand-new flagship store.

The two-story megastore from END. is just astounding. The space is a massive landscape of sneakers and clothes unlike anything else London has ever seen, built of marble, mirror, stainless steel, and maple.

END. regularly conducts raffles to sell the newest releases and is always up to date on them. You want to buy all of the special dunk pairs in the store right away. END.

Contact info:

Tel: 020 7287 3676


Address: 59 Broadwick St, Carnaby, London W1F 9QS, United Kingdom

5. Kick Game

Kick Game is a high-end boutique with locations in London that specializes in rare and exclusive footwear and clothing from well-known labels including Nike, Off-White, Air Jordan, Supreme, and Yeezy.

David and Robert Franks, brothers from London, launched this retailer of shoes and streetwear in 2013. They opened their initial location in Kensington, and more recently (in September 2020), they built a location in the Burlington Arcade.

The brothers reached their pinnacle when their third and largest store on James Street opened, bringing the coolest and rarest of sneakers to Covent Garden.

Along with the most recent drops of globally sold-out footwear and clothing, Kick Game in Covent Garden will also have USA and Asia-Pacific exclusive shoes that are not available in any other UK trainer stores.

You will be informed on what makes each sneaker special and rare thanks to their knowledgeable sneakerheads that are on hand, assisting you in acquiring the most recent pair of Nikes, Yeezys, Jordans, and Off-whites to improve your game in the sneakerhead community.

Contact info:

Tel: 020 72409086


Address: 4 James Street, Covent Garden London, WC2E 9DJ

6. The Edit LDN

The Edit LDN is a top online consignment business in the world and a reputable source for collectible shoes. It is home to rare sneakers.

Its boutique, which was the first of its kind and operated only in-store on specific dates, was located in Men’s Shoes on the Second Floor at Harrods.

The Edit LDN has now made an appearance on the Fifth Floor at Harrods, bringing a variety of Dunk shoe styles along with its superior sneaker expertise to Harrods’ famous Shoe Heaven.

Because supplies will be limited, we suggest you arrive early to avoid disappointment. To learn about the complete product availability, visit the store or get in touch with their team.

Contact info:



Address: Shoe Heaven, Fifth Floor, Harrods, 87–135 Brompton Road, Knightsbridge, London SW1X 7XL