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Sporting Goods For Kids: Where To Find All Gear You Need

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Stores in Hong Kong where you can get everything your young sports star needs.

With kids and adults alike spending much of their days inside and online, no doubt we’ve all been trying to spend that little bit of extra time outside. Plus, with some restrictions easing and gyms, fields and sports clubs opening back up (with appropriate social distancing in place), we’re thinking more about the must-buy sporting goods and gear for our kids’ activities.

The weather is warming up nicely and the sunny days seem to keep on coming, so perhaps you’re also thinking about the next family hiking, camping or glamping trip. Our outdoor Hong Kong life means we’re always on the hunt for sturdy athletic gear for our children, and we know how tricky it can be to find just the right stuff for each activity. Luckily, we’ve done the legwork and have scoured the streets, sorting you out with the best places for equipment, clothing, shoes and more. Here’s our list of the best sporting goods stores for kids depending on what you might need.

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Multi-Sports Equipment Stores
Specialised Sports Equipment Stores
Sports Apparel And Accessories Stores

Read more: Where To Find Sports Classes For Kids In Hong Kong

Sporting Goods: Multi-Sports Equipment Stores

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Perhaps one of the more frequently visited stores over the last twelve months! The French megastore stocks equipment for more than 70 types of indoor and outdoor activities, and talk about deals! For just $19, you can grab a backpack, tents for under $200 and kids’ shoes for under $100. While you’re at it, women’s swimwear starts at just $49!

Head here for: Almost any type of sports gear and sportswear you need, from snowboards to skis, ski boots, helmets, bikes, scooters, skates, hats, goggles, socks, thermal wear, jackets, skateboards, backpacks, tents, swimwear, balls, apparel, yoga wear, yoga gear, muscle massaging tools and more. Be sure to check online for availability to know which outlet your preferred items are available at or opt for home delivery (usually very prompt all over the city).

Decathlon, various locations across Hong Kong,

Marathon Sports

With 54 stores scattered all over Hong Kong in almost every mall, Marathon Sports has a bit of everything – perfect for anyone who is merely dabbling in athletics or current gym bunnies. Marathon Sports offers gear for activities such as hiking, running, swimming, and football, as well as stocking a selection of popular footwear and apparel brands from the likes of Nike to Adidas to Puma. Marathon Sports is also well-stocked when it comes to wearables, accessories and all things to do with sports tech.

Head here for: Running gear, bags, backpacks, apparel, shoes, jackets, tech, clothing and shoes.

Marathon Sports, various locations across Hong Kong,

Escapade Sports

Looking for the perfect shoes? If you’re going hiking, climbing, running, or playing tennis but have no idea what sort of shoes you should wear to optimally protect your feet, Escapade Sports has expert staff who will give you a full gait analysis to help you find your perfect pair. Escapade Sports stocks known brands such as Asics and Garmin and other products fit for professional athletes and serious sports lovers. It also stocks a huge variety of sports bras in various sizes and is one of the few places in Hong Kong with shock-absorbing bras. For kids, they’ve got apparel, shoes and aquatic toys, as well as hockey and tennis equipment. They also specialise in nutritional and hydration products, so you can stock up on healthy supplements and snacks for your next family hike.

Head here for: Swimsuits, goggles, caps, running shoes, trail running shoes, tennis racquets and equipment, tennis shoes, tennis bags, grips, field hockey shoes and equipment, headbands, tech gear (Fitbits, GoPros, cameras, GPS, watches), nutrition bars and powders, picnic blankets, athleisure apparel and shoes, yoga gear, yoga mats, blocks, straps, towels, rugby gear, ruby shoes, rugby protection, hockey sticks, hockey gear, balls for netball, volleyball and more, skincare (anti-blister and anti-chafe).

Escapade Sports, 1/F, Yee Hing Building, 19 Leighton Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong, 2891 1855, [email protected]

Escapade Sports, Shop 110, Level 1, The Pulse, 28 Beach Road, Repulse Bay, Hong Kong, 2395 2778, [email protected]

Escapade Sports, Unit D, 5/F, On Hing Building, No.1 On Hing Terrace, Central, Hong Kong, 2851 0769, [email protected],

Other multi-sports stores include:

Golden Sports, 1/F, Far East Mansion, Shopping Arcade, 5-6 Middle Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong, 2366 1396,

GigaSports, various locations across Hong Kong,

Mister Keen Sports Goods, Shop 24 & 25, ABBA Centre, 223-227 Aberdeen Main Road, Aberdeen, Hong Kong, 2873 0318,

Read more: Women In Sport: Why You And Your Daughter Should Get Involved

Sporting Goods: Specialised Sports Equipment Stores

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Where To Buy Bicycles In Hong Kong

With the nice weather and plenty of new biking routes and parks open, why not invest in some bikes for the family and start making family bike rides a regular activity? Choose from tandem bikes, bikes that are easy to transport, road or dirt bikes from any of these well-known suppliers below.

HK Bicycle, G/F, 132 San Fung Avenue, Sheung Shui, New Territories, Hong Kong, 2668 1183,

Jolly Map, Unit H, 4/F, High Win Factory Building, 47 Hoi Yuen Road, Kwun Tong, Hong Kong, 2342 0780

Jolly Map, Unit A, 13/F, Waylee Industrial Centre, 30-38 Tsuen King Circuit, Tsuen Wan, Hong Kong, 2342 0366,

Flying Ball Bicycle Company Ltd, 680 Cheung Sha Wan Rd, Lai Sun Commercial Centre, Lai Chi Kong, Hong Kong, 2381 3661,

Bull Bike, G/F, Prince Centre, 70 Tai Po Road, Prince Edward, Hong Kong

Bull Bike, Shop 1, G/F, Boss Commercial Centre, 28 Ferry Street, Jordan, Kowloon, Hong Kong, 2626 0972, WhatsApp: 5627 1398,

Where To Buy Scooters In Hong Kong

This is every child’s must-have! It helps develop several key motor skills and kids just love the freedom and thrill that a scooter gives them. Scooters are made for kids as young as 18 months, so take a look at some of these stores below.

O22y Skate Shop, Unit 20B, 1/F, Block C, Hong Kong Ind. Centre, No. 489-491 Castle Peak Road, Kowloon, Hong Kong, 9187 4500,

Micro, Unit1202, 12/F, Car Po Commercial Building, No.18-20 Lyndhurst Terrace, Central, Hong Kong, 2526 0420,

Baby Central,

ToysRUs, various locations across Hong Kong,

Read more: Where To Get Your Kids Balance Bikes, Cycles And Scooters

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Where To Buy Roller Skates In Hong Kong

Roller skating is not only heaps of fun for all ages, but it’s also an excellent full-body workout! Why not try something new and invest in skates and safety pads for you and your kids? More and more people are taking to Hong Kong’s flat and smooth running tracks to practice their skating, so check out these skate shops below to get yourself a pair.

Madame Quad, 2C, 2/F Po Foo Building, 1-5 Foo Ming Street, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong, 3612

Pro Skate, Shop 103 1/F, Fortune Shopping Centre, 8 Hang Cheung Street, Fortune Estate, Cheung Sha Wan, Kowloon, Hong Kong, 2729 9429,

Where To Buy Camping Equipment In Hong Kong

To ensure a smooth family camping trip, it’s essential to shop wisely. You want to make sure you’ve got everything you need for every situation, come rain or shine, so take a look at these specialist camping stores to ensure your family has a successful camping trip. Plus, don’t forget about the perfect baby carrier if you’re heading for a hike while in the great outdoors with your bub or tot.

Pro Trek, various locations across Hong Kong,

The Overlander, various locations across Hong Kong,

APA Outdoor Shop, 16A, Gee Chang Hong Centre, 65 Wong Chuk Hang Road, Hong Kong, 3153

RC Outfitters, various locations across Hong Kong,

Read more: Best Hikes For Families: Where To Go Hiking With Kids In Hong Kong

Sporting Goods: Sports Apparel And Accessories Stores

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Lululemon Athletica

The brand that everyone seems to be talking about! Lululemon offers a luxurious experience with its buttery Luon® fabrics and will last you long into the future. For your tween and teen daughters, pick up some sturdy sports bras. Lululemon has become a wardrobe staple for many girls and women in Hong Kong and around the globe.

Lululemon Athletica, various locations across Hong Kong,


This family founded company offers a fun, unique and stylish range of swim and activewear for individuals who look for style and functionality for their workouts. They blend together inspirations from around the world through their travels to design collections with bold colours, unique styles, prints and trims. And as a bonus, Gourami is known to craft each piece of apparel to embrace and enhance a woman’s figure.

Gourami, 9/F, Block B, Po Yip Building, 62-70 Texaco Road, Tsuen Wan, Hong Kong, 2707 9986,


The hottest up and coming sneaker brand right now! By choosing Lane-Eight, you’re not only investing in better shoes for yourself, but also for the planet. They use vegan and recycled materials to make their shoes, which makes them not only lighter than regular shoes but also more durable. Their shoes harm no animals, and every pair of Lane Eights equals 11 bottles worth of recycled single-use plastic.

Lane-Eight, LG/F, 14 St Francis Street, Wan Chai, Hong Kong, 5427 0420,

Sneakers Street

Here’s where you’ll find one of the biggest collections of all sportswear (we’re talking shoes, bags, clothing, sports gear and more) in Hong Kong! Sneakers Street in Mong Kok is the go-to for all big-name brands, such as Skechers, Nike, Adidas and Keds. Fa Yuen Street is also popular for bargain shopping.

Sneakers Street, Fa Yuen Street, Mong Kok, Kowloon, Hong Kong

Read more: Where To Buy Kids’ Shoes In Hong Kong: From School Shoes to Party Wear

Editor’s note: This post was originally published by Conny Cai in August 2018 and updated by Cecily Radford in March 2021. 

Featured image courtesy of Getty Images, image 1 courtesy of Pixabay via Pexels, image 2 courtesy of Anita Balagopalan, image 3 courtesy of Gustavo Fring via Pexels, image 4 courtesy of Lululemon via Facebook.

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