Solebox Is Having a Huge Restock Sale for Its Grand Opening

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To commemorate the opening of its Amsterdam location, Solebox is holding an in-store restock sale featuring highly sought after sold out models. In order to give as many customers as possible the chance to purchase an exclusive release, certain re-stocked styles will be part of the “Deadstock Section”. The models that are part of the “Deadstock Section” will be limited to one pair for customer. Additionally, the “Deadstock Section” will be updated with sold out styles weekly after the store opening. Check out the full line up of sneakers that will be released at Solebox Amsterdam’s grand opening January 14 above.

Solebox Amsterdam
Nieuwezijds Voorburgwal 240
1012 RR Amsterdam
Netherlands

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