Location
Gate 27 (Show on the map)
Opening hours
Sun-Fri 5-23 and Sat 5-19.30
Contact information
boss_helsinki_airport@shops.hugoboss.com
+358 40 7135 122

BOSS Store
5 ratings

Interested in high-quality, fashionably sophisticated men's clothing? BOSS Store is your place. 

The clean and classic interiors of BOSS Store showcase a wide selection of BOSS Man clothing, shoes, accessories and sportswear. The store serves all passengers and other people visiting Helsinki Airport.

Every man can find an outfit as the size range is very wide and suit models vary from slim to regular. Sales clerks that speak many languages are ready to help you.

Also a golf collection

BOSS Store's premium sportswear brand, BOSS Green, includes a golf collection. It combines casual wear with technical golf apparel, and fulfils the needs of golfers both on and outside the course.

Since 1985 HUGO BOSS has sponsored various golf professionals. One of them is Swedish star golfer Henrik Stenson.

Pick your favourite clothes our selection includes:

  • Men's clothing: Suits, jackets, pants, shirts, sweaters, etc.
  • Men's shoes
  • Men's underwear and socks
  • Men's bags and wallets
  • Men's accessories: Ties, pocket squares, etc.
  • Seasonal products: Scarves, gloves, hats, etc.
Location
Gate 27 (Show on the map)
Opening hours
Sun-Fri 5-23 and Sat 5-19.30
Contact information
boss_helsinki_airport@shops.hugoboss.com
+358 40 7135 122
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