Image from Nicekicks.com (originally from Lango from ISS)
(ahm… I thought since Nicekicks.com put this in their article, maybe I should too. Nicekicks nor do I do not encourage anyone to burn shoes. Kids… and adults… please don’t play with fire and never burn shoes while someone is wearing them!)
Why in the hell would you want to buy fake sneakers? Maybe you didn’t know they were fake? Maybe cause they were 70.00 while the other ones were 174.99. Maybe cause they had a cool colorway that Jordan just didn’t put out.
I am a fair kinda guy. I can see someone saying, “hey, now that is a cool colorway!” and thinking that they will be the only ones wearing them… but they be fake yall!!! lol Would you really buy a pair of Jordans knowing that EVERYBODY who sees you in them knows that they are fake?
Well apparently some people do, cause they are wearing them.
I have seen these fabulously ugly looking Air Jordan 7 that was see-through. Now, do you really think Micheal Jordan would produce a see-through retro (or anything see-through for that matter)? And if he did, there would be so much hype (or complete disdain) about it that everyone with ears would know about it.
Now I have seen some Jordans that looked rather cool. I though that maybe they were limited releases… or no one for some reason talked about them. I saw a pair of Air Jordan 11 low that was all white with black for the pattern. very nice… but fake. I also saw a pair of Air Jordan 11 all black but instead of patent leather, it was some sort of nubuck material… or something. It looked good… but they were fake.
Ladies and Gentlemen, I can understand getting a fake by accident. But I think you are savvy enough to know when you are getting a fake Jordan.