Find Nike’s massive flagship store at 6 E 57th Street. The store’s five levels include the expected Nike products as well as memorabilia from famous athletes, and an iD Studio where custom designs can be created. A free runner’s club meets three times weekly all year round, and refreshments are served afterwards.
This Upper East Side shoe store at 1118 Madison Avenue caters to children and has their custom shoes made in Italy. In addition to sneakers, the shop offers boots, sandals, and loafers. With its toys and mechanical horse rides the business is definitely geared toward the kiddos, but there are some styles which are also available in adult sizes. Regulars know to put their names on the sign in sheet when they arrive so they get a turn as soon as possible.
Located between 88th and 89th Streets at 1337 Lexington Ave, Super Runners Shop boasts a podiatrist and eight Certified pedorthists on staff. The shop also offers a complimentary video gait analysis. The store stocks Adidas, Asics, Brooks, Hoka One One, Mizuno, New Balance, Newton, Nike, and Saucony.
Located at 1059 Third Avenue (between 62nd and 63rd Street) with another location at 10 Columbus Circle. The store is an offshoot of the Boston Running Company and offers several weekly runs which meet regularly in the mornings and evenings. The company carries Asics, Brooks, Hoka, Mizuno, New Balance, Newton, Nike, On, Sanuk, and Saucony.
Between 84th and 85th Street at 1255 Lexington Avenue, Jack Rabbit uses high-speed video analysis to understand the bio-mechanics of the gait and to ensure the perfect shoe fit. The store offers running groups, training classes, free yoga, and free running form clinics. Shoe brands for sale include Asics, Brooks, Mizuno, New Balance, Nike, and Saucony.