How to get Jordan Shoes for Cheap
I am officially against any form of copyright infringement…but being a realist, I can’t deny the sheer scale of what I see around me. There was one article in the New York Times a number of years ago about the fake sneaker industry, there was one quote there by someone involved in the game that went along the lines of “These shoes are all real – its the brands that are fake”. That has really stuck with me. I have done engagements in huge factories (over 3,000 people on one site) where adidas, Puma, Nike, Reebok and other branded sneakers were being made within 20m of each other. That kind of says it all: up until recently, all the big sneaker brands were more marketing than design engineering, though with the ultraboost all footwear brands have started to put in more effort into technical breakthroughs (Nike’s React really comes to mind). To me, it was all just manufacturing, issues of supply chain and cost mimimization. But when I later got an assignment to increase the profitability of a retailer that did a lot of footwear turnover, I got a very real taste of the power of branding, the power of models like the Air Force 1 and the potential of collaborations to get sneakerheads and style leaders to start paying eye watering sums for slight variations to mass market shoes which involve changing a few colors/materials, minor panel alterations, maybe a bit of extra text or design details here and there etc etc…Now that was interesting to see. And given the money involved, its only natural that people would try their luck. As for the resale market, I simply don’t know about the real vs fake ratios on GOAT or StockX. In the end,, I guess it is similar to the art market: there are plenty of fakes out there, some of which have made it through the very capable checks of Sotheby’s and Christies…and yet despite this, the world of art booms…I guess because there’s always a market for having something no one else (or every few others) can have. I imagine sneakers will be the same. As for blockchain, check this out…
And here is one reason to be VERY careful if one of your grails is a Union Air Jordan…
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