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Old Lady in Air Jordan IIIs

post #1 of 30
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For all you guys who use to like sneakers, found this hilarious.

Link
post #2 of 30
ahaha i clicked on this link and i saw my friend's name on there. is this your blog?
post #3 of 30
Got a good laugh from that!
post #4 of 30
I hope that when I'm that age I'll have a grandson to hook me up with all the latest foot steez.
post #5 of 30
steezy, thanks for linking the pic brah
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post #7 of 30
Where I live it's mostly older women wearing the bright white, sports-like sneakers. So I see nothing shocking or funny about this, unless you somehow feel $100 Nikes have suddenly become a serious shoe that only a sneaker aficionado would buy. If you haven't noticed, there is often a surprising amount of similarity between the dress of the elderly and that of children.
post #8 of 30
well, it might be that these shoes were relatively limited at release, and moderately expensive. i doubt that she just happened to stumble across these while shopping. so yes, this picture is amusing. you are being an asshole by dismissing everything about this picture, and these shoes DO hold relevance in the history of basketball/popular culture. if you don't like the shoes, don't comment. there's no reason to bash the taste of others.
post #9 of 30
lol, thanks for the link op
post #10 of 30
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Originally Posted by nelsontheLIUser View Post
well, it might be that these shoes were relatively limited at release, and moderately expensive. i doubt that she just happened to stumble across these while shopping. so yes, this picture is amusing. you are being an asshole by dismissing everything about this picture, and these shoes DO hold relevance in the history of basketball/popular culture. if you don't like the shoes, don't comment. there's no reason to bash the taste of others.

+1. Jordan IIIs are not your typical Air Max or Dunks. They are released in very limited quantities that usually sell out immediately and can only be had elsewhere for $250-$300. And that's not even talking about the originals (Not re-releases). Much more $$$
post #11 of 30
That is amazing.
post #12 of 30
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Originally Posted by nelsontheLIUser View Post
well, it might be that these shoes were relatively limited at release, and moderately expensive. i doubt that she just happened to stumble across these while shopping. so yes, this picture is amusing. you are being an asshole by dismissing everything about this picture, and these shoes DO hold relevance in the history of basketball/popular culture. if you don't like the shoes, don't comment. there's no reason to bash the taste of others.

+1 hahaha
post #13 of 30
Dope!!!!!!!!!!!!
post #14 of 30
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Originally Posted by nelsontheLIUser View Post
well, it might be that these shoes were relatively limited at release, and moderately expensive. i doubt that she just happened to stumble across these while shopping. so yes, this picture is amusing. you are being an asshole by dismissing everything about this picture, and these shoes DO hold relevance in the history of basketball/popular culture. if you don't like the shoes, don't comment. there's no reason to bash the taste of others.

+1, I have not been interested in sneakers since I was a kid. I am sure many of you guys were "sneakersheads" at one point in time.
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Originally Posted by JelloLover View Post
+1, I have not been interested in sneakers since I was a kid. I am sure many of you guys were "sneakersheads" at one point in time.
I was. Still have 20 pairs of J's including the 3s in cement
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