Liverpool brothers, Sam & Ben Kersh, have taken the sneaker world by storm since they opened the door to Kersh Kicks back in August 2019.
Kersh Kicks has within the last 12 months turned into a celebrity hot spot and the go-to sneaker store for the North West. They stock limited editions and rare deadstock products, as well as offering a Buy-Sell-Trade service. They like many other businesses were lucky enough to be able to adapt how they traded, in order to keep the business going through lockdown.
They have also been exclusive stockists in the UK for many products such as the hugely anticipated and possibly most hyped shoes of the century; the limited edition ‘Air Jordan 1 OG Dior’ From the Dior and Jordan brands.
This highly exclusive sneaker has been (reselling in the region of £6,000 / £10,000 Depending on its Size)
The brothers set up the business due to their love of (sneaker Culture & Industry).
Sam was playing football in the USA when he started buying and trading limited edition sneakers in Los Angeles and upon his return to the UK he decided to set up a store with his brother Ben, who was (and is) still in University.
Kersh Kicks offers privacy upon request and a gaming and chill out area, as well as being stocked with the most fashionable, in demand and limited edition Sneakers, clothes and accessories.
‘We always wanted to create a unique store experience and our game room has proved popular for both our customers and film crews, such as MOTDX and BBC Breakfast. It’s great when receiving requests from all of industry’s to record their online content from within our store.’ Says Sam Kersh
Kersh Kicks is based in the heart of Manchester’s vibrant Northern Quarter and is a firm favourite with many celebrities from the likes of Lewis Capaldi to premier league players like Marcus Rashford, Mason Greenwood, Jesse Lingard and Naby Keita.
They have also become stockists of the hugely popular and in demand Nike SBs Chunky Dunky and Travis Scott’s along with many more in demand products.
The brothers have built up an exceptional reputation amongst sneaker heads and enthusiasts alike as the business has gone from strength to strength despite the global pandemic.
Sam commented ‘Its amazing to see how the culture has quickly grown in Manchester and the interest we’re gaining internationally, I’m really looking forward to seeing what the next 12 months has in store for us’