Foot Locker's George St revamp

On February 10, 2017, Foot Locker, the renowned global destination for athletic footwear, apparel, and accessories, unveiled its grand new store opening in George Street, Sydney. The much-anticipated resurrection of this flagship store was accompanied by several exciting additions, including a large-scale mural by Mitch Revs.

Foot Locker has long been the go-to destination for sneaker enthusiasts, and their Sydney flagship store has played a central role in serving this passionate community. Nestled in the heart of George Street, the store has catered to the needs of basketball, running, and training enthusiasts for years. The anticipation surrounding its reopening was palpable, with fans eagerly lining up for hours before the official opening.

One of the most notable features of Foot Locker's grand reopening was the captivating mural painted by Mitch Revs.
Located on the store's second floor above the House of Hoops, Revs' artwork added an eye-catching element to the overall aesthetic. Mitch incorporated elements of Sydney locations, sporting themes and street art into the store's design. The mural not only adds visual appeal but also reinforces the brand's commitment to creativity and innovation.

Foot Locker's George Street store expansion allowed for the inclusion of the House of Hoops, making it an official hub for Jordan and Nike Air enthusiasts. This development excited basketball fans, who can now explore a wide range of premium basketball products in one central location. Whether you're a sneakerhead or a casual sports enthusiast, the revamped store offers an unparalleled shopping experience.

February 17, 2017 — MRG

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