3 years is nothing, definitely not too old I'll consider that recent. I bought a few past Jordan retros that are 6-7 years old and rocked it with no problem. I know a few people who still wear some 07-09' pairs.Looking to cop a pair of these. Anything to look out for? Is 3 years too old and do I risk them falling apart?
I know you're new, so no, that isn't a worry.What's up peeps?
I'm new here and have been looking everywhere for some help on this topic until a friend of mine suggested I check here.
I purchased a second pair of these from GOAT last year and everything seems to match up perfectly with my original pair purchased on Nike at the release. Recently, while removing the glitter off of all of my stored Jordan 1s, I came across my GOAT pair and noticed that the manufacturing date is dated 2/26/15 on the inner sz tag while my original Nike pair has 3/16/16. Other than that, as I mentioned before, the shoes match perfectly down to the smell and quality of the leather and all. Nothing is physically off in comparison. Only the date on the sz tag has me worried that I may have fakes. Does anyone here have a pair with this 2/26 date? Appreciate the help guys and I apologize if this was addressed before.
I know and understand what you're saying. Mainly things like this happen when there is an early release before the original or a re-launch is made down the road after the initial release. But I never heard of such things happening with the SBB release. I have asked most my friends, sneaker groups with people who have these shoes and no one has that 2/26 date on their pairs so far so you could understand why I'm a little freaked out. GOAT may have sold me a fake and due to so much time passing before I've noticed it...I'm stuck with them.I know you're new, so no, that isn't a worry.
You do know the entire production run isn't made in the same exact date frames right? Even shoes in the same box can have different dates. Think of how many of these are out there.