Originally Posted by JordanStrapDa45
Originally Posted by MrDeeds
If buying fakes of shoes you own but won't wear because your grand scheme is to cash out for the life changing sum of $2,000 a year or 2 from now is flourishing then by all means proceed.
You're really winning at life bro.
It's a smart investment turning 200 into 2,000 is no laughing matter.
Just because money is not a thing to you doesn't mean it's like that for me.
If I wore the fakes on the right foot and the reals on the left foot you wouldn't be able tell. So it's win/win for me being able to get the real pair on release day keep them on ice while stunting at my college and IG with the fakes. This is winning breh.
Swap the fake 350s for any other pair of authentic shoes and I wouldn't have any problems with your intent. I can never support rocking fakes simply because there a lot of nice reasonably priced shoes that someone can wear to "stunt" at college or on ig.
Shoes also aren't an investment, sure you can profit off of them but anybody can see that the number of people willing to spend triple retail on shoes isnt large.
Look at how resale on Jordans went from sky high to almost non existent in the last 2 years. It was a fad for many people and they are over it.