Kersh Kicks Continues Its U.K. Expansion With New Liverpool-Based Store

The new hometown store adds to its Manchester and Glasgow-based flagships.

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Liverpool city center is welcoming its first buy, sell and trade sneaker store. Online sneaker, streetwear, and deadstock collection label Kersh Kicks is opening its third store across the U.K., adding to its Manchester and Glasgow-based flagships. 

Kersh Kicks was originally launched by Liverpool-born brothers Sam and Ben Kersh in Manchester in 2019 and since then, the siblings have built up a stellar customer base that has seen cosigns from the likes of KSI, S.L., Pep Guardiola, and many more. 

The new Liverpool outpost is the biggest Kersh store to date, standing at a massive 1000sq ft, and is based in the middle of Liverpool on Slater Street, in the same building that Wade Smith defined the city’s love for fashion and sneakers. The store will also feature styles from brands such as Supreme, Yeezy, and Palace along with its continuously-growing range of sneaker designs stretching across Air Max, Dunks, the Travis Scott collection, and much more. 

Along with stocking the most sought-after sneakers and garments on the market, streetwear enthusiasts are also able to sell and trade their own products and deadstock collections. Speaking about the opening of their new store, the Kersh brothers said:

“It’s an absolutely amazing feeling to be able to open up in Liverpool, partly because it’s our home city but also because we’ve had so much support from scousers since establishing the business three years ago. We are especially excited to bring the buy, sell, and trade concept to the city, giving people the opportunity to get their hands on the rarest pieces in the game.”

You can have a closer look at the new Kersh Kicks store in Liverpool above and you can also keep up-to-date with everything they have going on through its official Instagram page.

In other footwear news, take a full look at the HUF x Nike SB Dunk Low “City Pack.”

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