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The 12 Best Outlet Stores in the Philippines

Looking for sneakers at a discount?
The 12 Best Outlet Stores in the Philippines
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Looking for sneakers at a discount?

There's nothing like getting a good deal or bargain when shopping. And, outlet stores and designer villages are the best when it comes to both. Thankfully, a number of these shops have sprouted in the country of late. Here are the best ones right now.

1. 158 Designers' Boulevard

As Rustan's and Stores Specialists Inc.'s outlet, 158 Designers' Boulevard offers the world's top brands. Burberry, Prada, Ralph Lauren, Banana Republic are just but a few. It's worth going to all the many locations since each one has a different selection of brands.

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2. Acienda Designer Outlet

Not only does Acienda have a great range of both affordable and designer brands, it also looks picturesque, which adds to the whole experience. Some of the outlet village's brands include Sunglass Haven, Asics, Onitsuka, Vans, and more.

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3. Adidas Factory Outlet

Adidas has plenty of outlets throughout the country where you can buy the brand's clothing, shoes, and accessories at low prices. The discounts are way too good to pass up.

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4. Archives d'homme et femme

From Thom Browne to Dior and JW Anderson, Homme et Femme has a curated selection of brands. The store's sales are great, but its outlet counterpart Archives is even greater. Expect to find Fred Perry polos, Raf Simons shirt, and more at a steal.

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5. Fashion Rack Designer Outlets

Fashion Rack has 13 locations all over the country, including one in Boracay. It has a variety of brands such as Converse, Toms, Florsheim, Jansport, Dockers, to name a few.

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6. Nike Factory Store

Of course, the world's most popular apparel brand has to have its own outlet. Aside from all the marked down items, Nike's Factory Outlet has sales from time to time. So, it's best to follow the store's pages.

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7. The Outlets at Pueblo Verde

The Outlets at Pueblo Verde is the first outlet destination in the Visayas and Mindanao region. In it, you'll find the best deals on brands such as Oakley, Fusion, Comfit, Bench Depot, Red Tag, Shock Wear, Suzuki, Asics, Skechers, and Onitsuka Tiger.


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8. Paseo Outlets

Paseo Outlets in Laguna has over 50 brands under its roof. Shop Adidas, American Eagle, Bally, Debenhams, Levi's, Nike, Samsonite, and more.

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9. The Playground Premium Outlet

If you're a big fan of Nike, Adidas, and Converse, then The Playground Premium Outlet is worth a visit. The store is a sneakerhead's paradise with brands including Nike, ASICS, New Balance, Onitsuka Tiger, Arkk, and more.

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10. Riverbanks Center

Riverbanks has rebranded itself as an outlet village. It has everything from women's clothing, sporting goods, and of course, a wide selection for men with Accel, Levi's, Adidas, Guess, Nike, Puma. Check out the full list of brands here.

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11. Rucker Outlet

Rucker is the biggest outlet north of Manila. Nike, Puma, Levi's, Dockers are just some of the brands in it. But, what it really boasts is a great selection of sneakers at low prices.

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12. Solenad

Solenad really isn't an outlet mall, but it has enough outlet stores to be included in this list. Score great sneakers from Titan, Puma, Onitsuka, and more.

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* This story originally appeared on Esquiremag.phMinor edits have been made by the Preview.ph editors.

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