I'm not much of a sports person, nor am I the type of person to wear tracksuits for fun, but I love Nike. Working in the fashion industry for a while taught me how to spot a unique article of clothing when I see one, and Nike have more than a few to go around. Nike's clothing designers are creative and have a high sensitivity to detail. Many of their items are of basic cut and fit, with an additional "twist" which makes them so unique, such as an irregular placement of buttons, interesting collars and creative patterns. Nike's clothes are very comfortable - as a sport brand, they make a point to use comfortable fabrics and proper fit.
The Nike store in Hamburg is a modest flagship store. It seems to be well stocked and contains items not on their online catalog and unique to the retail outlets. The service is friendly and unlike other clothing stores, I didn't have a salesperson bugging me relentlessly.
What I don't like about the Nike store in Hamburg is that clothing isn't organized throughout the store in a coherent order. Instead of similar items being grouped together (shirts with shirts, pants with pants), the items are spread out around the store according to collection. This is slightly irritating when looking for something specific, but since the store itself isn't as large as other flagship stores, one can still navigate.
I'd recommend the Nike store in Hamburg for those who are looking for unique articles of clothing and are looking for comfortable fabrics - especially in the winter.
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