Originally Posted by JayMoe7
But what I'm saying is if a man can't cop due to whatever circumstances. Why we assuming their on borrowed money or broke bois?? Everyone in this forum has their own life and have different situations.
Ain't nobody assuming bruh (at least I'm not). Sneaker addiction and mishandling money due to over-purchasing kicks is a worldwide epidemic, for lack of a better term. The fact that people on this forum communicate with each other about the pros and cons of buying kicks based on different people's circumstances is actually a positive thing because people can learn from others' mistakes.
The itch and temptation to spend hundreds even thousands of dollars to buy something that is a LUXURY NOT A NECESSITY can put a lot of people into financial trouble. Just because someone here gives their opinion on how someone who lives paycheck-to-paycheck should manage their sneaker obsession doesn't make it a bad thing. There are a lot of young (and old) cats here who need guidance with all things sneaker related and guess what, they come to this website specifically in order to seek all sorts of perspectives.
Generally speaking, there ain't nothing to be ashamed of if you broke. We all been there before and I'm sure pretty much everyone here can speak on this. But if you don't want to keep being broke, spend wisely and don't let Jordan Brand tap into your senses.