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Very crowded small store. Was charged tax in here and shouldn’t of been. Was advised by staff at foot locker to take back and purchase from their store as they reduced some stock on a Wednesday(they are owned by same company) did this and saved...More
Champs has a great location in Times Square. But squander that away because they have -
- too much poorly organized merchandise on the floor, making to difficult to walk
- too many people wandering in & out of the store (with no one helping...More
My brother found Champs one morning whilst strolling around towards Times Square, and what a great find! I dont remember seeing him so excited about a shoe store before
Travelling from London, we were able to find many shoes and apparel that you would not...More
Picked up some items today and walked towards the desk to pay. There's no clear queue, and although one staff member tried to form one, other customers repeatedly jumped in front (poor organisation rather than rude customers as it was so unclear where to stand)....More
I have been here so many times on my trips to NYC. All the people saying its noisy, take a look around you, you're in Times Square in New York City, its going to be busy and noisy!
Always have a great range of NFL...More
Ok, I did buy a pair of running pants here but what a horrible experience. Never again. Noisy, confusing, little or no help, poorly displayed wares. At least you could just go to the try-on rooms without someone hovering over you (or maybe I was...More
Wow this would have to be the worst sports store i have eer been to. Music was that loud i could not hear muself think, loid music is good dont get me wrong but this is bordering on obnoxious. It is that loud you cannot...More
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