Copping limited sneakers is the ultimate goal of every sneakerhead in the industry. And whether you’re copping to flip or copping to collect, you know there are some new sneaker releases you can’t survive without a sneaker bot. And after a long year of having nothing worth copping, except the Nike x Off-whites, we now have a reason to cop. A couple of reasons in fact.
New Sneaker Releases That’ll Get Your Bot Running
Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Lundmark Reflective
You may have had no faith in Yeezs for the last 2 years, but we’re sure you’ve recently had a change of heart. Thanks to the Yeezy 350 Black, Antlia, and Synth we now know for sure that the upcoming Lundmarks are ones to cop.
The recent resale prices we’ve been seeing on reselling platforms are just crazy. Which is why you might consider buying cheap Yeezys. Those new prices bring back the good old memories of the Pirate Blacks, Turtle Doves, and Moonrocks. For a pair of reflective Yeezys, you will need to pay between $700 and $1500. That’s a lot for a brand of sneakers announced dead just about a year ago.
So as with those previous reflectives, the Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Lundmark Reflective will be highly sellable and therefore high in demand. And to beat the army of sneakerheads you’ll need a state-of-the-art sneaker bot. One as powerful as AIO Bot! You will also need to know how to cop and where to find the Lundmarks, and so we’ve compiled a sites list for you.
Of course, copping the reflective Lundmarks will be very difficult. So you might want to try running your sneaker bot on the non-reflectives. They might not be as hyped, but flipping a couple of pairs can make you as much money. And it’s a lot easier.
Nike Waffle X Sacai
Nike and Sacai are reimagining their first successful Waffle silhouette and are serving it again this month. And this new release will feature 3 new colorways, Grey, Black, and Pink. The triplet is set to release on July 18th, 2019 for the same retail price of $160. The same way the first colorways were hyped and desired, these new versions are just as in-demand. Therefore, we expect the new Nike Sacai’s to resell for about the same average price of $450. We even have higher expectations for , as black never goes out of style in this game.
Air Jordan 6 Travis Scott
Did you miss out on Travis Scott’s Air Jordan 1? Well, here’s your chance to own a very valuable piece of the industry. As part of Travis Scott’s ongoing collaboration with Nike, and one of the top new sneaker releases is the all-new Air Jordan 6 is set to release this Summer.
The early images of the pair show a color scheme made up of Olive, Black, Sail, and University Red. It features an Olive-based upper with Black detailing and Red/Crimson contrasting accents. A side pocket on the collar, Sail midsole, and a translucent outsole. In addition, both Nike Air and Cactus Jack branding appear on the heel completes the design.
Some leaker accounts stated that the Travis Scott x Air Jordan 6 Olive will release in full family sizing with a retail price of $250 for adult sizes. Now, if you do cop the Travis Scott Air Jordan 6 you’d want to keep it clean and crisp, here’s how.
Off-white x Nike Air Force 1 Low
Another chance to cop one of the industry’s most coveted collaborations is here. And it comes in the shape of the Nike Air Force 1 Low. This AF1 features leather uppers and it comes fully dressed in University Blue from uppers to soles, with Metallic Silver Swoosh logos on the sides. Additional features include big bold signature lettering in white on the sides, White laces, and THAT Red zip tie completes the design.
We still don’t have a firm drop date for these Nike X Off-whites, but we do know that they should release this season and retail for $150. BTW, if this is not really a part of your copping plan, check the resale prices, you’ll defo change your mind.
Air Jordan 11 Bred
One of the most loved sneakers EVER, the Air Jordan 11 Bred will return in its original form in December. The pair flexed by MJ himself during 1996 NBA Playoffs, is coming back to give us more reasons to celebrate.
How to Run a Bot
Running a sneaker bot unlike what you might’ve heard, is actually pretty easy and simple. And as more sneaker bots join the game, developers seem to optimize the copping experience even more. However, you gotta be certain you chose the perfect bot for you in terms of budget and performance. And no matter what copping level you’re at now, or what bot you own you can cop any of the new sneaker releases thanks to cookgroups. They can turn any newbie into a real sneakerhead.