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Eytys

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Launched in 2013 by Jonathan Hirschfeld and Max Schiller, EYTYS is a Swedish footwear brand. The brand is well known for its unisex platform sneaker with a thick rubber and minimal upper, which lead the label to overnight success. The brand seeks to fill a void for the young generation looking for a stylish and versatile shoe that is both comfortable and affordable.

Contact Information
Head Office Address:
64 New Cavendish Street, London W1G 8TB
Website:
Website Traffic: 89,750 (n desktop and mobile web in last 6 months). Source: SimilarWeb
Key Locations:

75 Brewer Street,
London, W1F 9US

Company Information
Segments / Shopping Categories:

Footwear; Menswear; Accessories

Parent Company/Key Investors:

Seed Capital came from Jonathan Hirschfeld and Max Schiller

UK Standalone Stores: 1
UK Concessions: 5
International Stores & Stockists: 1
Key Concessions:

Matches; The Store; Our Legacy; Other Shop; LN-CC

Key Countries Shipped To:

UK; EU

Key Executives
Chief Executive:

Jonathan Hirschfeld

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