CDEK.Shopping has included luxury sneakers in its range Nike Travis Scott x Dunk Low PRM SB QS 'Cactus Jack' Friends and Family, £653
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CDEK.Shopping has included luxury sneakers in its range

CDEK.Shopping offers unique limited-edition designer sneakers from Nike, Adidas, Reebok, New Balance and Asics on its platform. Prices for some models reach 2,8 million rubles. The shoes are shipped from the USA.

The online marketplace collection features the iconic Nike Mag auto-lacing sneaker, which was first seen in Back to the Future 2; as well as collaborations with Dutch artist Pete Parra, American rapper Travis Scott, the Michael J. Fox Foundation, women's basketball coach Sandra Kay Yeow, Los Angeles-based streetwear brand CPFM, and more.  

The cost of such models, taking into account the limited edition and the unique history of creation, varies from 150 thousand to 2,8 million rubles. The price already includes delivery, customs duties and the company's agency fee. You can pay for the order with Russian bank cards, including the Mir payment system. The range is represented mainly by male models.

“Demand in the footwear category among our customers is growing, and is especially noticeable on the eve of the spring-summer season in the sneaker segment. In March, the number of orders increased by 68% compared to the same period in February. We are pleased to open access for fans of luxury sports shoes to order limited collections, on each batch of which the best designers have worked hard and which use high-quality materials and unique prints,” comments Dmitry Pivovarov, CEO of CDEK.Shopping.


CDEK.Shopping offers unique limited-edition designer sneakers from Nike, Adidas, Reebok, New Balance and Asics on its platform. Some models are priced up to…

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