Entrepreneurial L.A. sneakerheads can now drop off their StockX goods and cash out IRL. The online marketplace is popping up on Fairfax Avenue (at the northeast corner of Melrose) through March 7, allowing sellers forgo the whole packing and shipping situation. (Not to mention waiting for that deposit to land in your account.)
The drop-off space accepts all streetwear and sneakers sold on the resale platform (where popular kicks include Adidas Yeezy Boosts, Air Jordans, and anything Off-White), and on-site staff authenticates merch and pays sellers immediately. To get paid, StockX users simply need to bring in their items and the printed invoice.
The Fairfax outpost is the first L.A. drop-off stop for Detroit-based StockX, which nabbed $44 million in funding from a group of investors that includes model Karlie Kloss, DJ Steve Aoki, and others. The platform recently popped up in New York and is exploring permanent spaces; to see how the drop-off service works, see the company's YouTube video here.
StockX pop-up, 700 North Fairfax Ave., LA, 90046; Monday through Saturday from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.