Bratpack Stores in Singapore

Bag, footwear, and apparel lifestyle store Bratpack has four locations in Singapore, one of which is at Changi Airport’s Terminal 3 (65 Airport Boulevard).

Bratpack, a concept lifestyle store created by Primer Group of Companies, offers clothing, bags, footwear, and accessories to the young-year-olds.

Bratpack store Changi Airport Singapore.

Most of the products are from less well known niche & trendy brands that you rarely see in Singapore, streetwear-inspired labels like Tretorn, Tough Jeans, DC Shoes Brixton, Freewaters Footwear, Mad Rabbit Kicking Tiger…

…Outdoor Products, Dr Martens, Staple Pigeon, MiPac, People Footwear, HEX Brand, Clae, Mitchell & Ness, Flossy Shoes, Parkland, and Timbuk2.

Of the Bratpack shops, the Mandarin Gallery branch has a wider selection of brands, including products from such mainstream manufacturers as Nike, Reebok, and New Balance.

However, throughout the stores, most of the inventory (men’s shoes, women’s shoes, backpacks, handbags, caps, accessories, etc.) is aimed at the hip niche market – identified as music lovers, designers, internet users, budding and known artists, street fashion skaters, professional, and sports hobbyists, and most people in the “be seen” culture.

Bratpack Shop Locations in Singapore

Bratpack Changi Airport T3
65 Airport Boulevard, #B2-43, Basement 2, Public Area, Terminal 3, Changi Airport
Singapore 819663
Hours: Monday-Sunday 10am-11pm
www.bratpackstore.com

Bratpack Cineleisure Orchard
8 Grange Road, #02-10, L2, Cineleisure Orchard
Singapore 239695
www.bratpackstore.com

Bratpack Mandarin Gallery
333 Orchard Road, #02-04, L2, Mandarin Gallery
Singapore 238867
www.bratpackstore.com

Bratpack Bugis Junction
200 Victoria Street, #03-10G, L3, Bugis Junction
Singapore 188021
www.bratpackstore.com

The official Facebook page for Bratpack is located at www.facebook.com/BratpackSingapore.

Bratpack’s Facebook page is a great place to discover some of the highlights from the stores’ selections, the company’s events, promotions, and other news related to the outlets in Singapore.