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The worst part about the "sneakergame" is that it is no longer a lifestyle. Its not something most people are passionate about. Its becoming a fad. Its a means of attaining an emotional confidence, a feeling of power, and to some degree a way for people to survive in the sense that people are relying on buying and selling sneakers to make some extra money here and there. Its not about wearing your shoes to look cool and feel like the athlete who wore them. Yea I know there are still many people who wear their shoes and know why they wear them. But we are at the point where we have a SIGNATURE SHOE LINE for someone like KANYE WEST!!! HE'S A RAPPER FOR CRYING OUT LOUD!!! I thought Nike was a company that made sportswear. Why are people going out on a limb camping out for weeks at stores (i.e. HOH in NYC before the line got dispersed). Overall people need to get their priorities straight. Especially people in the sneakergame. This madness needs to end. We got murders and stabbings over materialism FOR SNEAKERS. And then the consumer complains when prices are too high and quality is too low. So what if limited edition sneakers sit on the shelves?
10 months ago on Nike LeBron X Plus
@Sneakerhead2320 First of all i never complained about any prices from Nike... I don't really care how much their products cost. Its everyone else who is. People are complaining about poor quality and expensive prices. If anything I support Nike's inflation which would bring me to my next point. The fact that people are reselling sneakers to make money. These resellers are perhaps the worst scum. These are idiots who try to make a careers out of pissing people off by "hustling". These are kids who probably go to community college at best. They won't ever be real business men or entrepreneurs. But if people keep buying products at these blackmarket prices then no shit Nike is gonna jack prices up. And they should. Then only serious people will be buying their product. We won't have ignorant and uneducated people using violence to attain expensive products. There won't be the same demand for something that is so unaffordable to the masses. So what if people complain and cannot afford $315 sneakers? Is it Nike's responsibility to sell us products? If you look at other countries Nike is already selling sportswear products like Futbol cleats for $400.
Why don't people go crazy hype over real innovations like Nike's Flyknit stuff? Do you guys even understand why those are great sneakers? All these "sneakerheads" are really just a bunch of materialistic hypebeasts who are trying to look and feel cool. If Jordan XI retros don't come in a "special box" then you all complain that they are too expensive and the quality is bad. Lebrons retail for $315 and everyone goes apeshit. Why not buy some real innovative things instead of paying thousands of dollars on Yeezy 2s, an signature sneaker named after a man who has ABSOLUTELY NO ATHLETIC ACCOMPLISHMENTS? Call me a hater if you want but in the end, the real ignorant ones are the people who are materialistic and dedicate too much time, energy, money, and emotion into materialistic objects. Why not support Flyknit products, material usage is more efficient? How about "NIKE CONSIDERED" products? Does anyone know about that? Or are Lebron James sneakers and Kanye West sneakers too important? How about making the world better instead of being ignorant materialistic hypebeasts??!?!
@DwizzyVelasquez @boaz2592 doubt it.
10 months ago on “Invisibility Cloak” Nike Air Penny V
@TENDROCKS @DwizzyVelasquez actually "Invisibility Cloak" came from harry potter. Before you try getting all smart n shit, go read the book instead of being an ignorant hypebeast monkey. And the real invisibility cloak wasn't black and purple at all. I guest the wannabe hypebeast "sneakerheads" are trying to claim ideas like "invisibility cloak" and make them their own sneaker concepts LMAO.
Why are these called "Invisibility Cloak" if they aren't "Invisible"? Last time i checked they looked black and purple to me. #HypebeastGimmickNames