Having just opened, all the clothing was neatly hung or folded and there is an obvious dividing wall between the well stocked men and women’s clothing sections. In both areas you can find just about every type of casual clothing, from t-shirts and jumpers to jeans and tracksuit bottoms.
Approaching the cold months, there was a range of heavy winter-wear on show. Thick fleece-lined gilets and jackets go for anywhere up to about 1700LE, along with a few festive woollen and cable knit jumpers. A pair of comfortable tracksuit bottoms will set you back between 600LE and 700LE whilst a cosy hoody to match costs between 700LE and 900LE. Smarter denim and coloured jeans go from 700LE to 1100LE.
Men’s t-shirt styles were limited to traditional types and polo shirts whereas the women’s section had much more diversity. Tight and loose t-shirts and cotton, gym type tank tops come in a range of colours and prices; the one’s we spotted were priced from about 250LE to 300LE. Light, simple cropped jumpers with Superdry sprawled across the front were a little steep at around 500LE.
There is also a small selection of footwear, mainly their own version of Converse sneakers, but with no obvious distinction between styles. We assumed the plimsolls were unisex and a pair of plain, white lace-ups are priced at 519LE but this increases in accordance with different styles. They also sell a small number of flip flops and tan boat shoes (909LE) for men.