Calling all sneaker fans: Size ?, despite its interrogative name, offers one of the most assuredly vast collections of trainers in the country. Known for its exclusive partnerships with Nike and Adidas, this famous chain – actually British in origin – broke into the Parisian market with a bang in late 2012, and has remained balanced on the cutting edge of the capital's footwear fashion ever since. Ladies, gentlemen and children of all tastes are equally catered for, whether looking for a modest pair of branded trainers (Reebok, Saucony, Vans, Asics, New Balance, Nike, Le Coq Sportif and Supra all feature) or something with serious designer credentials (maverick creator Jeremy Scott's latest, anyone?). Prices don't stray far from RRP: think €70 for a pair of Vans, €140 for Air Max Ones. And if the fancy takes you to deck out the rest of your body, the first floor is home to a very comprehensive range of streetwear clothing. A victim of its understandable success, the shop's only drawback is that it tends to sell out fast. Pay it a visit and you'll see why.
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16-18 Rue Berger
|Opening hours:||Mon-Sat 10am-8pm|
|Transport:||Métro : Les Halles ou Châtelet|
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I had a very bad experience at this shop, despite its otherwise good reputation. I bought a pair of sneakers a couple of months ago. They were rather expensive so when they broke I made sure to go to the shop and make a complaint about them. I thought this would be a minor thing to do as sneakers are supposed to last a little more than 30 days of wearing AND because the warranty lasts a year. Unfortunately the manager didn't agree. I had a very embarrassing and awful experience. I don't usually write recommendations but I thought I would share this before you go spend good money at Size.