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NBA Finals City Guide: The Best Places to Buy Sneakers in Denver & Miami

Juan Hernandez

It’s finally here.

The NBA Finals.

In my opinion, it’s one of the best events every year, for basketball fans and diehard sneakerheads. It brings back memories of your favorite player delivering on the biggest stage in the freshest sneakers.

With the NBA Finals bringing in so many media, fans, and tourists to the participating cities, we put together a helpful resource so you can go sneaker shopping in between each game day.

Here is our guide to the best places to buy sneakers in both NBA Finals Cities.



A lifestyle boutique located in the River North Arts District. They carry brands like ASICS, Salomon, Hoka, Converse to name a few. This is also one of the best places to go shopping for the rest of your fit with big apparel names like Stussy, Stone Island, AWAKE, and more. 

Sole Street Shoes

Located in the heart of downtown right off 16th Street Mall, Sole Street Shoes has been around for nearly 20 years. If you’re looking for the latest Jordan retros, this is the place to go. 


With x locations across the West Coast, BAIT is cemented in Denver right across from Coors Field. The popular boutique carries all the major releases from Jordan, Nike, and adidas as well as an impressive collection of toys, t-shirts, and streetwear brands.


Back again for the first time since shutting its doors in 2019, DVSN West is located on Denver’s most famous street, Colfax. The 3 roomed boutique is meant to represent the passions many people in Denver share in common: Streetwear, hiphop, and the outdoors.

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Bonus pick: a unique consignment store that sells exotic snacks to go along with some of the best releases, and collectibles. If you’re looking to trade or pick up a hype pair for a fair price, hit them up!



Kith Miami

One of the largest, if not the largest, sneaker boutiques in the world, now has TWO physical locations in Miami. The most recent location in the design district has a Sadelle’s, and Kith Treats included in the two-story building. If you’re in the area, this is a must-stop for any sneakerhead. 


You’ve probably heard of this boutique primarily through their sought-after Jordan collaborations, which have been an Art Basel staple for years now. Solefly has called Miami home for 10 years now and is a great place to find the latest Jordan retros and new Nike releases.

Shoe Gallery

Launched in 1979, Shoe Gallery is a family-run business that offers everything from streetwear to Jordans to New Balance. Located in the heart of Miami, customers always rave about the positive interactions and experiences when coming into the store.


Located in Miami’s Wynwood neighborhood, UNKNWN is one of the more unique boutiques as it also doubles as an event space for the local community. UNKNWN is co-founded by LeBron James, and is worth the visit if you’re a diehard basketball fan as well.


Addict is located inside of Miami’s Brickell City Centre. Their roots date back to 1995, but were established in the US in 2004. On top of carrying well-known brands such as New Balance, Jordan, and Adidas, they also host local events and have exclusive in-store releases.


Sole Savy is unreal! With a busy schedule it’s hard to keep up on shoes, and the group keeps me up to date on releases, tips on how to manually cop, and a marketplace with killer deals from fellow like minded collectors. It’s changed the sneaker game for me!

@SoleSavy is the truth. They've helped me cop kicks I never would've imagined getting at retail. Members always willing to assist on drops too. And most of all, a REAL community of REAL sneakerheads. These guys should be the gold standard for sneaker communities! #LifetimeMember

My membership paid for itself three fold by being solely responsible for my union 4’s, mesh sacai waffles, sacai blazers, court purple aj1s, glow in the dark yeezy 350s, travis scott lows (which I traded to get desert ore ow’s), air max 1 londons, bc3’s for way under retail etc.

Can't say enough about SS. The stellar help with copping shoes is a given but it's the community that makes it extra special. Hands down one of the best decisions I made as a wannabe sneakerhead.

The community of sneakerheads and resources available to help manually cop are great and really will help you get more Ws. The Zoom calls for hyped drops like Union Jordan 4 only adds to the camaraderie while providing real time instruction

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