What is Nike Base Rise Store in Glorietta?

FOR 21 years, Nike has called Glorietta home.

Their retail store in the mall, located at the heart of the Makati business district, was one of the sports giant’s first-ever branches in the Philippines.

So when it came for the Swoosh to do a retail revamp, this particular location was high on their list.

In the works for the past three years, this 823-square meter store (its biggest yet) officially opened its doors to the public on Thursday, October 21.

The huge LCD wall in the facade is only the beginning of surprise.

Nike Brand Rise at Glorietta.

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So, here’s what to expect, without spoiling all the fun!

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👋🏾 Paige here to talk about one of my favorite things: clothing.

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