Looking for something but there is no physical store nearest you? Online stores are becoming the “in” thing now as they supplement physical stores to reach out to those who cannot visit. There are some who offer items at lower prices and have reasonable terms for returns and exchanges. Zumiez is one such store. They offer cutting edge merchandise for young men and women who are the primary market and they are committed to meeting their needs. Here are five other stores like Zumiez you may want to patronize.
Vans opened for business in 1966. Its specialty is footwear and clothing widely recognized around the world. They are also popular among skateboarders who flock to their stores. As you might obviously expect, they also carry skateboards and the corresponding parts and accessories to make the boards look cooler. They provide air shipping which also covers international delivery and the minimum amount of time is two days. They also have an easy return and refund policy good for 30 days. For online purchases, a credit card is needed.
This store offers a very wide range of clothing and accessories, and beauty products for men and women, specifically between the ages of 17 and 24. As their name suggests, they carry street wear and related stuff. They also sell home décor as well for those who want to do a little home improvement. They have over a hundred physical stores in the United States and Canada. They have a return and refund policy for 30 days on the condition that the merchandise has never been washed, damaged and the tags must still be on plus the invoice.
When one hears “Foot Locker,” what immediately comes into mind is sneakers used primarily for sports. They also carry various sports-related apparel and merchandise from reputable brands such as Nike, Adidas, Puma and Under Armour. They also have casual stuff from brands such as Vans, and Timberland as well. They have over 3,000 retail stores in 27 countries and websites and mobile apps under various names such as Champs Sports, Kids Foot Locker, Footaction, Lady Foot Locker, Runners Point and Sidestep.
If you are looking for stuff to reflect your urban lifestyle, KarmaLoop is the place to go. Started by Greg Selkoe in 2000, KarmaLoop has been committed to bringing the latest in street wear from reputable brands such as Kappa, Vans, Pink Dolphin, 10 Deep and more. One of its unique features is the Kazbah Marketplace which allows customers first pick of upcoming brands that cannot be found anywhere else and PLNDR which offers street wear at discounted prices they claim you will not find in similar stores.
Opened for business in 2002, Skate Warehouse lives up to its name specializing skating accessories and apparel. They boast of being a small local skate shop with great online presence, reaching out to many customers beyond its San Luis Obispo, California store. As mentioned earlier, their chief merchandise is skateboards which also includes parts and accessories for enthusiasts to look cool. They also offer non-skating related items such as backpacks, wallets, phone accessories and DVD’s.