Modern Interpretation: Everyone makes mistakes sometimes. And maybe you got that one pair of Jordans at a once-in-a-lifetime price and didn't look at them too carefully before you decided to floss. Only the next day you took a closer look and discovered some, well, differences. Maybe the Jumpman put on weight, or the carbon plate looked more like cardboard. Either way, you realized that they were fake. You got got. Well, take the L, young man. And maybe in the future avoid those sites that sell Air Jordan XIIIs with Air Max 360 soles for $64.99. It might just be a scam.
5. Thou Shalt Not Knowingly Wear Fakes
Nov. 4–5, 2017 in Long Beach, CAExclusive drops, one-of-a-kind art, and
riveting panels featuring André 3000
A$AP Ferg · Don C · Lonzo Ball and more
Performances by N*E*R*D · Gucci Mane
Young Thug · M.I.A. · A-TRAK
DJ Khaled · Jaden Smith and more