The Adidas NMD has finally reached the dinosaur stage and I’m making this assertion boldly. I’ve already written several articles about the imminent death of the NMD sneakers and this is probably going to be my last post on the topic. Friday morning I went to my local mall to pick up a pair of the navy blue XR1 NMD at DTLR. Now remember that their contract with Nike and I’m assuming with Adidas as well doesn’t allow them to do RTV’s ( Return To Vendor), so they are obligated to mark down their sneakers to probably the lowest prices on the market, even lower than eBay. Allow me to go off track for a minute; retailers don’t cease to amaze me. DTLR for example has shoes in its outlet locations that are 20% to 40% cheaper than the prices on third party marketplaces but for some odd reasons, the company doesn’t make those products available in its online store. Don’t ask me why, it’s an archaic mindset that will never change.
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