Nike Barkley Posite Max “Eggplant” – Arriving at Retailers
Earlier today Sneaker News reported the official release date of the upcoming “Sixers” colorway of the Nike Barkley Posite Max, but there’s something else in the works just two weekends away. The Eggplant colorway of the Barkley Posites are indeed a March 23rd release, with the popular dull purple being joined by a teal hue for a sick iridescent effect and a glow-in-the-dark outsole providing the over-the-top detailing sneakerheads crave for these days. The MSRP for this first non-PRM release is indeed $235, a figure that some consumers today may find too high to swallow, but that won’t stop these from selling out quickly. In any case, confirmed carriers like CNCPTS are getting their stock in right now, so check out the nice angles below and cop early from eBay.
Nike Barkley Posite Max
Can anybody help me im going to buy a pair of these but dont know were to buy them its my first pair of foams will eastbay sell them if not can you list places and how long will it take for them to sell out
I can dig the price is high, but these joints is dope! The only reason Nike and or any other shoe company gets away with outrageous prices is because we let them?
@goodafresh one reason nike raise the prices is really for resellers honestly. The figure if they do that people will stop buying but there are dumb as people who stills buy the resellers price smdh.
i dont get nike...a shoe thats completely foamposite material (foamposite and pros) costs 220, then they did a signature hybrid the half cent which was only about half foamposite material and those cost 160 and they were a part of the penny line the same way the spizike is a part of the jordan line...then they release these which have less foamposite than the half cents and they wanna charge 235?!?!, for what...
i love nike but they are assholes
@trucat4life they want some of that reseller dough. Some prick out there will be glad to pay 235 and some asshole will buy it from him for 500. With this after market price gouging going on expect retail prices to increase. Resellers and people who buy from them ruin the whole economics of it.
@TheMacLikeRoni @trucat4life you're 100% right. Prices will continue to go up at an astonishing rate until the bubble bursts (the question is, when?). Nike is consistently holding back stock to and a lot of people seem to think this hurts resellers, but it doesn't. Resellers buy all of the initial stock and sell out. They then buy the restock and continue to sell out. Nike and JB love resellers more than we hate resellers.