Nike And Jordan Brand Head To Mexico City To Open Its Largest Retail Store In Latin America

Doors open on July 11th.

Nike And Jordan Brand Head To Mexico City To Open Its Largest Retail Store In Latin America

Nike And Jordan are coming together for its first-ever dual-brand presence in the world, and they’re setting up shot in one of the fastest growing city centers in the world with an exploding economy.

What to know: this new retail location will open on July 11th and is located at Gante 4 in the Centro Histórico neighborhood, with two entrances on Madero Street. Boasting over 20,000 square feet across three floors, this location is Nike, Inc.’s largest retail location in Latin America and its only dual-brand presence.

For the store opening, Nike and Jordan have prepared a number of choice product offerings, including exclusive high-heat footwear, hyperlocal apparel, and the Jordan Workshop experience where you’ll get to customize your own Air Jordan 1, Diamond Short, and more.

In addition to the latest and most modern retail displays seen from Nike worldwide, Nike/Jordan World Of Flight in Mexico City will house The Lounge, a gathering place for the basketball community decorated with local basketball-inspired art and photography.

See the images of the new store just ahead and if you’re in Mexico City, don’t forget to check out the store on July 11th.

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