So you need a pair of shoes. So you walk into a store. You pick one up and you walk out. Nothing outta the ordinary. But what about the time between the second full-stop and the third in this paragraph? Which one do you pick up and why? What makes that one pair better than every other pair on display? More importantly, doesn't picking up shoes and walking out amount to shop-lifting?
It's hard to do that in Planet Sports. It's hard to walk away empty-handed too, so you'd better go loaded, at least with plastic. The place has every brand from Nike to Reebok, from Puma to Adidas and even some Sprandi and Woodland. You get everything from sneakers to sandals. Even shoes, that seem to be more psychedelically inclined with their colors than most. You also have your range of sweatshirts, wrist-bands and other accessories.
If you are a Hill Billy and new to the concept of sporting equipment, you can lay your hand on some golf clubs and tennis rackets. That hand will have to be damn quick at making things disappear, 'cos it could take quite a little bit of money to buy them.
With a wide assortment of foot-pleasers, this place doesn't disappoint the connoisseur of foot care, nor does it let down those who like to walk with brands.