These days, shoes are a lifestyle. Collectors scramble to fork over big bucks for the latest Jordans or Yeezys, and Nike is even making digital sneakers to keep your feet looking fresh in the metaverse. Whether you’re a hypebeast waiting for the next big drop or just looking for some new kicks to throw on when you leave the house, you can now easily buy shoes with crypto.

How to buy shoes with crypto

There’s some fairly solid overlap between crypto users and sneakerheads, which merchants are keenly aware of. As a result, a fairly wide selection of new and classic brands accept crypto payments. Since sneakers and shoes can fetch some pretty high prices, many digital currency users enjoy the flexibility of being able to buy them with crypto.

There are three main ways you can spend your crypto on shoes:

  • Pay direct with shoe retailers that accept crypto
  • Use the BitPay Card
  • Purchase gift cards for top sneaker brands with crypto

Pay for shoes directly from your crypto wallet

With BitPay, buying shoes with crypto is a seamless process using your crypto wallet. It’s safe, easy, and takes only a few simple steps.

Step 1: From your preferred shoe retailer, select BitPay as your payment method when you get to checkout.

BitPay is the safest and most secure way to pay online.

Step 2: Select Begin Payment

Before finalizing the transaction, some merchants may require you to enter your BitPay ID. It’s the most convenient way to manage payments information with BitPay and simplify logins across multiple BitPay products. All you need is an email address and password to get started, but there are some additional one-time verification requirements for purchases over $3,000 or refund requests of $1,000 or more.

Step 3: Select your wallet

BitPay supports more than 100 of the most trusted and popular crypto wallets.

Step 4: Select your cryptocurrency

Through BitPay, users are able to purchase sneakers and shoes with over a dozen of the most popular cryptocurrencies and stablecoins, and we’re always evaluating new options to offer.

Step 5: Scan the QR code with your wallet app, or manually enter the retailer’s receiving wallet information into your wallet to complete the transaction.

Payments will be instantly reflected on the invoice once the payment is validated in your wallet, just be sure to send the payment during the 15-minute payment window.

Shoe companies that accept crypto payments via BitPay

BitPay has partnered with a number of top shoe sellers to accept crypto payments, from upmarket luxury brands to everyday wear. No matter your needs, tastes or budget, you should have no problem finding a shoe store that accepts Bitcoin. Browse our Merchant Directory for a complete list of places you can buy clothes and more with crypto. Here are some of the top shoe brands and retailers that accept crypto.


Gucci accepts cryptocurrency payments via BitPay. Pay for high end shoes and sneakers with cryptocurrency straight from your wallet using Bitcoin, Ethereum, ApeCoin and other top coins.

Atheist Shoes

Bauhaus-inspired shoes handmade in Germany using only the finest leathers.


Canadian brand offering the latest streetwear releases from highly sought-after brands like Nike Jordans and Adidas Yeezys.


Sells a wide selection of footwear across the affordability spectrum, from everyday sneakers to luxury shoes from brands like Ferragamo, Burberry, Versace and Balenciaga.

Bottega Senatore

High-quality, handcrafted leather shoes for men made with characteristic Italian craftsmanship.


Classic surf fashion and the latest trending footwear for men and women.

Use the BitPay Card to buy shoes

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Whether you’re shopping hype retailers like StockX, more established top-tier brands like Louboutin, Ferragamo and Jimmy Choo or anything in between, the BitPay Card makes purchasing shoes with crypto shockingly easy, and getting one of your own takes practically no time.

Using BitPay’s prepaid Mastercard, crypto holders can buy shoes with more than a dozen top cryptocurrencies anywhere Mastercard is accepted. The card instantly converts your crypto into dollars with no fees, letting you spend crypto as easily as cash with no hassles. You can load the card with funds either from the BitPay Wallet or a Coinbase account.

You can get a BitPay card of your own in about 10 minutes, it’s free, and since it’s not a credit card, there’s no impact to your credit score. To get started, first download the BitPay app from your app store of choice. After that all you have to do is apply for your BitPay Card through the app. Once approved (it’s fast — we promise), you’ll instantly receive a virtual card you can start using right away. If you want a physical card, we’ll send one to you at no cost.

With the BitPay Card, you’ll be able to spend your holdings at millions of global retailers using over a dozen cryptocurrencies including Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), Bitcoin Cash (BCH), Dogecoin (DOGE), Shiba Inu Coin (SHIB), Litecoin (LTC), XRP (XRP), ApeCoin (APE), Dai (DAI), Binance USD (BUSD), USD Coin (USDC), Wrapped Bitcoin (WBTC), Pax Dollar (USDP), Gemini Dollar (GUSD), Euro Coin (EUROC).

The BitPay Card is one of the easiest, safest ways to convert your crypto to cash. It includes a host of useful security and convenience features, including instant reloads, EMV chip-and-PIN security, Google Pay and Apple Pay compatibility, and even cash withdrawals at compatible ATMs all over the globe.

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Buy gift cards for shoe retailers

Another popular option for buying shoes with crypto is to purchase gift cards from the brand of your choice using your crypto wallet. Once again, BitPay makes the process simple:

Download the BitPay app (or get the Chrome extension), and navigate to the shoe retailer of your choice. Choose your amount, and pay for the card using your preferred wallet and cryptocurrency. You’ll receive your gift card instantly, and can use it right away to shop at shoe sellers.

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