The Nike “What The KD 6″ Is Not As Limited As You Think
We’ll start off by saying that your chances of walking into a brick-and-mortar store on the Monday after the release and picking up a pair at retail are less than slim and likely none. But for those gearing up for next Saturday’s official release of the What The KD 6, here’s a bit of info that should ease your nerves: the shoes aren’t nearly as limited as you think. Sources at Nike inform us that distribution of the shoes is far more widespread than any other “What The” sneaker release in the past, and stores around the world reporting their own stock of the shoes. More importantly, the widened production of “energy” releases is a sign that Nike is listening to the enthusiast as well as the core consumer of Nike Basketball products and making the necessary moves to inch closer to meeting the demand. We do know that these KD 6 shoes drop tomorrow in Europe, but for those in the U.S., the official release date is on June 14th at select retailers like Social Status as well as Nike.com.
As the C.E.O. of Nike they'll be EXTREMELY LIMITED. Our staff love giving false info to the media.
-C.E.O. of Nike Inc.
They are so dope! Wait… Whats that say? Not limited?? Oh…. Well I never really liked them. Its just a gross pair of sneakers. smh
Thank you for diffusing the reseller's hope of making a fat profit from the "What The" KD. Hopefully Nike will do the same for the Lebron...
@yoingco its not a general release so it will still be a resell shoe. Why don't people learn to cop sneakers instead of complaining how another man got theres and wants to make a profit
@dezzie79 Because that person is taking away from another man who actually likes the shoe and wants to WEAR the shoes. You want to make a profit? Get a damn job.
Profit...the excess of returns over expenditure in a transaction or series of transactions ; especially : the excess of the selling price of goods over their cost.
You make wages at a job not profit you moron. They're shoes if you can't afford them...get over it. It's business.
@ArtB4l It's you that's the moron. You call $600-$1,300 for shoes business. No that's rape. It's idiots like you with that thought process the reason the sneaker game is screwed up. I'm not crying about it, just pointing out the problem. I'm not going to buy a shoe I don't like knowing somebody else would want just to rape their pockets!!!. "It's business"..... GTFOH!!!!