• Sneak in Vienna
  • Every bit of clothing housed in the airy, fresh space of the cafe/streetwear store, Sneak In, is handpicked by streetwear aficionado and owner Ali. And he’s got some damn fine taste. From a bold sneaker collection that will have trainer nerds frothing at the mouth, to a range of t-shirts on the racks from the likes of Stussy, it’s obvious that a lot of research is at play here. “What you’ll find here is a collection of rare streetwear pieces that… More info
    Siebensterngasse 12, Vienna, 1070
  • Ludwig reiter Vienna
  • Ludwig Reiter’s history goes back all the way to 1884, when Ludwig Reiter I and his wife moved from Bohemian Carlsbad to Vienna, where they opened up a shoemaking workshop in Wieden, the fourth district of the city. Only a few years later, they were already supplying custom made boots and welted shoes to the Austrian imperial security outfit. Fast forward to the 21st century and four generations later: With several international shops and their… More info
    Wiedner Haupstrasse 41, Vienna, 1040
  • Ludwig reiter Vienna
  • Ludwig Reiter’s history goes back all the way to 1884, when Ludwig Reiter I and his wife moved from Bohemian Carlsbad to Vienna, where they opened up a shoemaking workshop in Wieden, the fourth district of the city. Only a few years later, they were already supplying custom made boots and welted shoes to the Austrian imperial security outfit. Fast forward to the 21st century and four generations later: With several international shops and their… More info
    Fürichgasse 6, Vienna, 1010
  • Ludwig reiter Vienna
  • Ludwig Reiter’s history goes back all the way to 1884, when Ludwig Reiter I and his wife moved from Bohemian Carlsbad to Vienna, where they opened up a shoemaking workshop in Wieden, the fourth district of the city. Only a few years later, they were already supplying custom made boots and welted shoes to the Austrian imperial security outfit. Fast forward to the 21st century and four generations later: With several international shops and their… More info
    Mölkersteig 1, Vienna, 1010
  • Paar Vienna
  • Catering to Vienna's increased demand for unique, limited-edition kicks, PAAR is a sneak-boutique in Neubau that opened its doors in 2010. This elegant, wood-themed space is a collaborative effort between sneaker enthusiasts Michael Paul of Stil-Laden and Jakub Arnold of Arnold's. (A collaboration reflected in the store's name, a hybrid of PAul and ARnold) While Stil-Laden is only a few minutes walk away from PAAR, Arnold's actually shares the… More info
    Siebensterngasse 52, Vienna, 1070
  • Zap zapateria Vienna
  • Before you walk into this store, you'd better brace yourself for a multicolored, dizzying display of rare and radiant "Zapatos." If you're a shoe aficionado or a serious collector, your heart is sure to leap up when you behold this rainbow of far-out footwear. Zapateria specializes in hard-to-find, limited editions from notable brands like Nike, Adidas or Lacoste, but they also carry shoes from lesser known companies such as Langenbrett from… More info
    Kirchengasse 26, Vienna, 1070
  • Shu! Vienna
  • Before you even set foot inside this airy, modernist shop space, the neon blue sign on the Neubaugasse should tell you that Shu! is not your run-of-the-mill shoe store. Architects Markus Tomaselli and Bernd Schweizer deigned the interior, which includes a floating bench, gigantic mirror and a continuation of the neon lighting theme from Shu!'s facade. The store is run by Brigitte Fiala, who oversees a vast selection of shoes from international… More info
    Neubaugasse 34, Vienna, 1070
  • Rudolf scheer & söhne Vienna
  • The Scheer Shoe Manufacture represents seven generations of excellence in shoe-making, dating back to 1816. After winning a gold medal for its wares at the 1873 World's Fair, Scheer became the official shoemaker for the Austro-Hungarian Empire in 1878. Almost a century and a half later, Scheer is still producing custom-made shoes that are unbeatable in their craftsmanship and elegance. The leather from which these shoes are made is still stored… More info
    Bräunerstraße 4, Vienna, 1010
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