Shinola launches web shop in Europe

Shinola launches web shop in Europe

American webshop Shinola, specialised in sustainable watches, bikes and leatherwear, has started European versions of its webshop, which are immediately available in several languages, like Dutch.

Hand-crafted

Consumers from Belgium, the Netherlands, Germany, France, Luxembourg, Italy, Austria, Spain and Great Britain can now buy the mainly hand-crafted products from the Detroit-based company. "Shinola is a worldwide brand and thanks to our European website, European customers can immediately access all of our products", CEO Steve Bock said in a press release.

 

Shinola, part of Bedrock Manufacturing Company, has only been around for three years and also has physical stores in Detroit, New York and Minneapolis. It will soon add stores in Los Angeles, London and Chicago.

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