Fashion and function: Innsbruck’s sports shops
Sport is part of the Innsbruck lifestyle: after all, the mountains are right on the doorstep. The enormous range of sports shops ensures you are always well-equipped for outdoor adventures – a key part of safely exploring the surrounding mountains. The many shops also offer the latest trends for biking, climbing, freeriding and many other sports. Innsbruck is home to many top brands, including Burton, Matador, Blue Tomato, moreboards, Quicksilver and Mammut. We’ll show you where you can find them.
Shops in the city centre
Combine shopping for sportswear and equipment with a visit to the city centre: the shops on Anichstrasse and Maria Theresien Street offer both fashion and function. Matador is a great store for freeriders, boarders and young sports fans – matadorworld Innsbruck is a freeride fashion house that offers collections by icebreaker, SOREL and heidi.com. The Blue Tomato store features three floors filled with equipment and sportswear for skaters, surfers, snowboarders and freeskiers, including top brands like Burton, Roxy and Billabong. Speaking of Burton: the famous brand’s only European flagship store is located on the Haller Strasse – a true paradise for boarders.
Around Maria Theresien Street
Now back to the centrally located sports stores: moreboards, DC Store, Quicksilver Innsbruck, Sport Okay and Oakley offer the coolest sunglasses, longboards and snowboards – quality and expert advice included. A visit to Sportler Alpin Innsbruck is a special shopping experience: this sports shop is also a meeting place for athletes and features a trekking path and bouldering wall that invite shoppers to test hiking and climbing shoes in store. Around the corner on Wilhelm-Greil-Strasse, Mammut offers Swiss quality sports and functional fashion.
Sports stores in Innsbruck’s shopping centres
Innsbruck’s central shopping centres also provide sportswear and sports equipment. The 3,000 m² Intersport store in Kaufhaus Tyrol features a large selection of top sports brands. The Rathausgalerien is home to Peak Performance and Northface. Peak Performance offers fashionable clothing for running, biking, golfing, mountaineering and skiing while Northface fills two floors with functional outdoor clothing and travel accessories for backpackers.