Amsterdam – Japanese sports shoe brand Asics has opened an exclusive sports store in the centre of the city. Brand leader HARO was chosen for fitting out the interiors.
Sports store in traditional brewery quarter
The Asics store in Amsterdam is located in Stadhouderskade, one of the city’s most popular tourist haunts. This is also the street where the Heineken brewery was formerly located. The brewery moved premises in 1988 and the historic building was transformed into a brewery museum with tasting.
World-renowned company steeped in tradition
Asics is the fifth-largest brand in the sports shoe market at present with branches all over the world. The first sports shoe under the brand was developed in Kobe, Japan in 1949. Runners in particular swear by the high-tech innovations to master all challenges they face in competition.
Asics, as the company was named in 1977, is an acronym of the Latin phrase “Anima Sana in Corpore Sano”, which translates to “healthy soul in a healthy body”. Apart from shoes for running, indoor, walking, tennis, fitness, handball and football use, fitness enthusiasts will also find a range of clothing and accessories in the area of sports.
Haro Parquet – the choice of champions
When it came to selecting the right flooring for the generously appointed store, market leader HARO came out on top.
HARO Longstrip in the wood species Canadian Maple is the ideal foundation for high-performance sports stars. The surface of the precious wood is treated with the special PermaDur seal. Brilliant looks, extreme durability, optimum floor hygiene and ease of maintenance are among the virtues of this protective shield for floors in heavy-traffic areas. The PermaDur surface lends HARO Parquet an abrasion resistance that is many times higher than that of traditional surface seals.
So game, set and match for HARO Parquet in the busy sports store in Amsterdam.
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