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Nike React Element 87 Actually Available

If you hurry, you might still be able to grab a pair of Nike React Element 87. Yes, these restocked on Nike.com Nordstrom.com but only in the Hyper Fusion (Volt/Racer Pink/Aurora) colorway and in sizes above Men’s 8. If I hadn’t gotten a long-sought-after pair from Nordstrom, I’d consider these even in the wild colorway since […]

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Nordstrom Pricing Mistake

It’s been awhile, but Nordstrom is fallible and does make mistakes. Witness these New Balance 998 in grey and teal. Usually, the 998s made in the USA go for $180, but at the moment, Nordstrom has them priced at $100. Sizes are slowly going…

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I Take That Back…

Okay, okay, I take that back. I really didn’t fib. I was just delayed with the truth. A busy Friday prepping for a weekend at Bellows called for a caffeine boost, and looking to the skies, I was inspired to get another Cloud Macchiato. This time iced. I must say the presentation of the iced […]

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More Eastbay Games

I thought I was done and over with Eastbay’s games after I eventually placed my order succesfully. Though potentially still a success, my order has hit a significant snag that starts off like this: Thank you for your order. We are currently out-of-stock, however…  

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Shoe Palace May Be the Worst

Okay, EastBay and Finish Line may actually be pardoned after what I witnessed with ShoePalace.com. During a hyped release, you’ll see this timer counting down from two minutes. The accompanying text is below: PLEASE WAIT… You are probably seeing this because something HOT is going on right now — a new release, a restock, or […]

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Finish Line Wasn’t Any Better

So I went on a roller coaster ride with Eastbay, but buying on Finish Line wasn’t any better. Finish Line’s site uses a queue system to regulate purchases. First, there’s a queue just to get to the site itself during busy times. After a long time, I eventually got through the queue, added my shoe, […]

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Eastbay Playing Games?

First time ordering through Eastbay today, and I went on a short roller coaster ride. Adding shoes to my cart was fast but checking out was puzzling. Where is the button/link to review and submit the actual order? It’s not there. 🙁   After trying all over again, I get this while checking out. Since […]

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ResExp: Expectations

Really, when it comes down to it, it’s about setting and managing realistic expectations. That’s another key distinguishing point between #coppingkicks and #rossfinds. For whatever reason those indulging in #coppingkicks are expecting to get every sneaker they go after. They’ll always expect the “W” and not just for a single pair but multiple pairs of […]

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Off-White Zip Tie, On or Off?

While I have not had the luxury of owning (okay, keeping) a pair of Nike and Off-White “The Ten” collaborations, I do wonder if you’re supposed to leave the telltale zip tie on or are you supposed to remove it? I would guess it gets in the way when walking, but on the same token, […]

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Foot Locker Likes to Mess with Air Jordan 1 Fans

Foot Locker surely likes to mess around with the fans of the Air Jordan 1. If you’ve ever searched their site for “Air Jordan 1,” you’ll come across many models from the mid tops to the more popular high tops. Sometimes even popular, coveted AJ1 highs show up in inventory. Or does it? Watch this […]

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Gotta Give It to Nike

You gotta give it to Nike and give credit where credit is due. During Super Bowl LIII, sneakerheads were watching the Super Bowl halftime show as Travis Scott performed in his signature Air Jordan 1 model. The hope, of course, was that Nike would shock drop those shoes when Scott took the stage, similar to […]

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