Everything About SNEAKERS: The Game, The Money, and The WIN!

By June 13, 2020November 6th, 2021Bot, Sneakers

Everything About Sneakers - PILLAR - AIO BotSNEAKERS: they are the building blocks of our entire industry. And for us, as sneakerheads, they are our past, our present, and our future. Literally.

But, since you’re here right now, this means that you’ve just recently fallen in love with kicks. Your soul found its solemate. See what we did there? This is the BEST phase for any sneakerhead relationship with their kicks. Feet fetish? It’s a what-on-your-feet kind fetish! And we completely get it. You belong here.

However, if you wanna do this the right way, you have to know everything. Sneakers have a history, a culture, games with winners and losers, and – above all – sneakers have money. In other words, if you press the START button on this game, you’ll be winning more than hype. If you do it right, soon enough, sneakers will become your main source of income. Keep reading to find out how!

THE HISTORY OF THE GAME

Before we jump right into the rules of the game and how to win it, you gotta learn the story. The student can not become equal with the master without knowing all the facts. But, not to worry. We ain’t going to turn this into a history lesson here. We’ll brief you on all the important shit.

SNEAKERS START

Sneaker_ Boxes - AIO Bot1800s
Shoes were traditionally made out of leather, canvas, and wood – very uncomfortable, very loud.
1839
Charles Goodyear invents vulcanized rubber implemented in commercial use – including sneakers! It was flexible, durable, and groundbreaking (metaphorically)!
1862
The rubber outsoles made it so much easier to sneak into certain places for some reason. Very sneaky. And so, shoes ultimately got the name SNEAKERS!
1914
The oldest sneaker company ever – Brooks -opened up its door! Over 35 years before Adidas, and over half a century before Nike!
1921 – 1938
Brooks went from manufacturing baseball cleats to making children’s shoes for them 1900s kiddos!
1949
Adi Dassler founded Adidas – the German multinational corporation for footwear and apparel
1964
Philip Knight and Bill Bowerman founded Blue Ribbon Sports brand – a distributor for shoe maker Onitsuka Tiger (ASICS)
1974
The company changed its name from Blue Ribbon Sport to Nike, and the rest is history

THE CULTURE

Sneakers Culture - AIO BotSneaker culture grew as the industry itself grew. And soon enough, it touched all kinds of industries across the world – skateboarding, hip-hop, sports, music, and more. 

Bonds between different industries grew to create collaborations like the historic collaboration between Michael Jordan and Nike. The greatest and wealthiest NBA player of all time, kicked off his (ongoing) Air Jordan brand in 1984. To top off this sneaker phenomenon we’ve got none other than Kanye West’s Yeezy brand! Isn’t it just the perfect fit in this sneaker ripple effect? Learn more about the sneaker culture here!

THE PLAYERS

Sneaker_ Boxes - AIO BotADIDAS
Established in 1949 in Herzogenaurach, Germany by one of the Dassler brothers
– Net worth: 14.3 BILLION dollars

ADIDAS YEEZY
A sneaker collaboration between Adidas and Ye (Kanye West) in 2015
– Ye owns 15% royalties on Adidas Yeezy sales
– Net worth: 1.8 BILLION dollars

CONVERSE
Established in 1908 and acquired by Nike in 2003 for $309 million
– Net worth: 2.2 BILLION dollars

NEW BALANCE
The only sneakers company that manufactures in the US
 – Net worth: 6.6 BILLION dollars.

NIKE
Nike is the world’s leading sports brand
– Net worth: 30.4 BILLION dollars

PUMA
– Puma is owned by Adidas’s older brother, Rudolph
– Net worth: 5 BILLION dollars

THE SNEAKERS GAME

Before you learn about how to cop sneakers, you have to learn about the rules of the game. How the industry works and how it is related to the sneaker reselling industry

Like any game, the facts unite all players. But, it’s how YOU decide to play the game that makes all the difference. You either cop a W or cop some Ls. Follow these 3 tips to get a head start on determining HYPE. And thus MONEY!

Sneaker_Copping Game - AIO BotRULE #1
Cop Sneaker Collaborations

Sneaker collaborations are always big game-changers when it comes to any type of sneaker releases. They are limited, they’re special, and very different. These collabs also include different artists, designers, visionaries, and influencers! 

Adidas made it happen with Beyonce’s IVY PACK. Supreme recently dropped the Supreme Nike Air Force 1. Nike is on a roll with famous rapper Travis Scott.

RULE #2
Limited Stock

Limited stock releases mean scarcity. And scarcity combined with powerful marketing leads to DEMAND.

That’s the best way to explain the Supreme brand phenomenon. And why Jordan and Yeezy are on top of the world. Nobody would care if an underrated brand released 1,000 pairs of their sneakers. But 1,300 pairs of Semi-Frozen Yellow Yeezys or 8,500 pairs of Air Dior? Sneakerheads pull all-nighters for drops like these.

Sneaker_Copping Game II - AIO BotRULE #3
Resale Value

The resale value of a sneaker can determine the level of hype and demand it gets. In other words, if it makes a ton of money on the aftermarket, people are gonna do everything they can to buy it. This is a big sign that you should try and get it too! Combine that with the collab, the brand, the design, and the stock if it has potential. Always check these resale platforms for some values.

HOW TO COP SNEAKERS

How to Cop Sneakers Online - AIO BotBuying sneakers online is different than going into the store yourself and buying the kicks. But, at the same time, it’s also kinda the same! You see, it all depends on WHO GETS THERE FIRST. In other words, it’s all about your speed, efficiency, and knowledge.

But, what makes you a good sneakerhead is your ability to buy sneakers online AT RETAIL. This means not paying resale value, and maybe even making money instead. The only honest and genuine way to do that is by using a sneaker bot. Click on the link below to find out more about them! Just make sure to check out this list before you actually buy a bot!

Beginner’s Guide to Botting
How to Get a Shoe Bot at Retail
How to Build a Shoe Bot on Your Own
The Best Bots of the Year 2021
How to Setup Your Bots
How Bots Work

TRY THIS!

To make your life so much easier, we’re just going to be completely honest with you. Bots can be expensive and are almost never in stock! Unless you act SMART. Any bot outside the range of $300 – $500 is a risky investment.

Go for a bot that has years of experience, proof to back up its success, and tons of supported websites. Sounds too good to be true? Well, AIO bot is the OG sneaker bot that is ALWAYS in stock! It retails for $325 only and supports 100+ online sneaker retailers. It’s the perfect bot to get you started, and the perfect bot 4LIFE! You’ll make your cashback within a month of purchase! Check it out yourself!

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MORE GUIDES YOU MIGHT NEED!

Finally, at this point, you probably know everything there is to know about sneakers in general. But, if you wanna know more, we’ve got you covered! We’ve got a list of guides that can help you learn about becoming a reseller, avoiding mistakes, and more! So, click on the links you need or just head to our blog to find whatever you need. We got it all!

How to Become a Shoe Reseller
Mistakes to Avoid While Copping Kicks
A List of Shoe Copping Apps to Download
The Best Twitter Accounts You Should Follow
Get All Your News from the Best Blogs in the Game

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