European shoe retailer Bonkers definitely has a sense of humor. If you remember the Nike SB Dog Walker release, Bonkers tricked a few people with a restock of a pair of socks. Then there’s this fairly recent (and unexpected) release of the Nike SB Jordan 1 LA to Chicago. But take a look at the product description describing a “digital” product.
The shoe is in high demand, but what’s this digital content?
And if you check those two boxes, you’re agreeing to the conditions of purchasing the digital content. So what did Bonkers trick buyers with this time? Was it a digital picture of the advertised shoes? Gotta love Bonkers.