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$14.98,http://prim-boutique.co/hotpunchfreerunsdeal.php. That’s right… 2 cents less than $15,http://www.petstilo.com.br/freerunfans.php.00. And Stephon will be wearing his own sneakers whileplaying this coming season. I think that is awesome. I know many are applauding Stephon for his efforts. Already the sneaker has been flying off the shelves. The Starbury 1 is an instant success. And hopefully some of the other players will follow suit. Way to go Stephon. Your sneakers are a slam dunk success.

As a youngster, there were only two manufacturers of sneakers that may be worn for basketball. The two manufacturers were PF Flyers and Chuck Taylor Converse. In the event you had been truly a player, you purchased the Chuck Taylor Converse. Or Chucks as we utilized to call them. And there were only two colors. Black or white. And two types. High tops or low cut.

I’m not suggesting that we go back to those days. But I think it truly is completely outrageous that parents are paying $100 – $200 for the latest sneaker. Sneakers endorsed by the wonderful NBA players like Kobe Bryant, Alan Iverson, Tracy McGrady, and so on.

Now with Stephon Marbury coming out with his new sneakers that has all changed. The star guard for the New York Knicks has designed and is marketing the Starbury One,http://www.digilight.com.au/freerun3womens.php. Guess what the price for the sneakers are,http://beaconwinkel.nl/coraltrfreeruns.php?

If you genuinely wanted to get fancy,http://www.digitallighting.com.au/freerun-nike.php,you took the white laces out of one’s shoes and replaced them with distinct colored laces to match your school colors. So your parents ended up paying $9.99 for sneakers(plus $1 for the laces). In the late 1970’s, there weren’t any retail shops specializing in sneakers and footwear. We purchased our sneakers in the local Army Navy Store.

With foreign suppliers headquarted in Asian countries, the raw price(labor & material) for making those sneakers is probably not much various today than when they manufactured Converse back inside the seventies. So how do sneakers sell for $100 and up? The answer – it’s all in the marketing and endorsement fees. Just pure greed.

For the past 40 years of my life, I’ve been involved with basketball in one way or another. Very first as a mighty mite player, as a 10-year-old. And progressing via the ranks, as a player, coach, referee and spectator.

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