King of trainers unruffled by competition

JD SPORTSBritish sports lifestyle retailer, JD Sports, is confident it’s going to disrupt the status quo when it opens the doors to its first Aussie flagship at GPT’s Melbourne Central on 27 April.

As revealed by IRW earlier this year, the UK-based retailer will now extend its presence across 11 countries, with the 540sqm store offering a range of global brands including Nike, Adidas, Lacoste, Reebok, Ellesse, The North Face and Puma.


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