Nike sell a wide range of sports and casual wear for men, women and children as well as a selection of watches and sunglasses.
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Venue Details & Map
236 Oxford StreetLondonW1C 1DE
- +44 (0)20 7612 0800
- Public transport:
- Oxford Circus, Underground
Just do it! Help the customers. Crowds of customers come to buy shoes here. Including myself a few weeks ago. What I've witnessed here during my visit to London I never want to see again. Staff at the shoes department take your order, get it from the storage room and literally just dump it somewhere so that you have to find it for yourself.
We had asked five different staff members to get...more
They have a great selection of goods on display at this store which spans 3 levels. I was in the market for a new pair of trainers and it was really busy/chaotic. After finally getting the attention of a sales associate, I asked for 4 different pairs of shoes but they didn't have any of them my size. So sad but I'm not surprised because the store is in the heart of Oxford Street.
If you have...more
For the Nike Running Club Ready Set Go Run club. FREEEEE beginning running group!
This is amazing. So motivating, so encouraging. I am just getting back to running after a calf rupture and the instructors, especially Bex and Cory, are so helpful and supportive.
I go with my buddy, who is so new to running she turned to me in excitement when she discovered that picking your knees up makes...more
Excellent customer service. Staff are super friendly and very attentive. I went to buy some new trainers for running and despite being short on staff, I was taken to a treadmill and show a few different styles of trainers. The member of staff then videoed me running on the treadmill with a couple of different styles and then advised me which trainers to buy based on that. Cannot recommend them...more
One of the few places in London to find specialist sports gear and customisable kicks, although you're unlikely to want to pay so much for it.
Niketown was the main thing I used to look forward to if I took a trip to London in my sneaker-addict college days. So much choice, DJs spinning some tunes as you walk in, all that Jordan apparel, basketball trainers etc. Now however I find it...more