Today is supposed to be the end of the world…But fortunately I’m writing this post. But I can say it may have been the end of the world for a sneaker head. Today the BRED 11’s came out and I’m sure people were in line going crazy. Standing in line since yesterday, to get a pair of 11’s wouldn’t have been far fetched for me since I stood in line to get the Concords. After that experience and getting a pair last year, I said it’s time to call it quits for the shoe line. Since I had to be at work today I tried the online approach and that was probably worst then standing in line, since everybody has the same opportunity to get them. I know I wasn’t the only one to think of this idea because as soon as 8:00 am pop’s up all the shoe sites crashed. In desperation you continue to go back and forth through multiple sites and you get nothing. Then you’re able to pick out a size only to see:
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After looking depressed at your desk you decide to look on sites like sneaker father and sneaker authority only to see that if they have a pair they’re starting out at $400. Now your seriously considering paying that much, but they don’t have your size. So after that it’s physically impossible to get your hand on a pair at retail value, dooms day has officially started. You start to feel your world has come to an end. But look at it this way there are some positives to you not getting your shoes. It just wasn’t meant for you to get them this time, but they’ll come back out next year, in a different color, so you can get a head start by finding you a worthy shoe connect. You also just saved at least $185 for the 5’s next month. Plus if the world ends today you couldn’t take them with you.