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The Price Problem: Sneakers That Just Cost Too Much

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Each month here at Sneaker News, we present our list of Budget Heat: ten excellent sneakers at affordable prices that each ensure you can still look good without breaking the bank. But what about the other end of the spectrum? The shoes that are great, but actually cost too much? In this day and age where sneaker prices seem to keep raising little by little, some prices are starting to get a little out of hand. Of course, not every sneaker can be priced low, as factors like premium materials and smaller production numbers usually demand a higher price tag. But in the cases that we’re presenting here today, we feel like the exorbitant price tags are actually hurting the sales of the sneakers in question. In other words, drop the prices of these shoes by twenty, thirty, or in some cases, a couple hundred dollars, and they wouldn’t be sitting on the shelves. Continue reading for recent examples of shoes that cost too much for their own good.

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