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13th LOOT store in Mumbai
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Jan '08
The Loot – the multi branded discount store launched its 26th outlet in India in Mumbai. This is the 13th LOOT store in Mumbai and located at the prime location on link road, Malad.

The Malad store was launched keeping in mind The Loot's integral message – “Great Steals on big brands”. The entire store is laid out on a total area of 3000 sq ft with an entire range of merchandise for both men and women.

To make shopping a treat, the store's trial room is designed as a prison cell to give an entirely different feel in comparison to the staid trial rooms that one often finds in a retail showroom.

The Loot is also the one stop shop for all formal and casual footwear, branded travel gear and accessories like binoculars, tool kits, backpacks, water sippers, caps, and much more.

Apart from the well known brands like Kappa, Bossini, Adidas, Nike, CAT, ID, Spykar, Tuscan Verve, W, Welspun, Puma, Reebok, Eccentrics, Fila, Umbro, New Balance, Van Huesen, Mercedes, Allen Solly, Allen Solly – women, Arrow, Lee, Lee Cooper, Wrangler, Pepe Jeans, Parx, Park Avenue, Blackberry's, Rifle, Ragz jeans, Recap, SF jeans the store also sources brands from international markets, most of which are unavailable in the country, all at discounts in the range of 25% to 60%.

The LOOT occupies around 1, 50,000 square feet of retail space and houses more than 60 brands of apparel and accessories.

According to Mr. Jay Gupta, MD, The Loot “We at The LOOTassure our customers a complete shopping experience for their entire family with amazing multi branded collections for men, women and kids.


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