Never ask The Hypebeast if he likes a particular release — that simply doesn't matter. The question is whether everyone else likes it. He doesn't necessarily want it at all, he just wants it first. (And he wants you to see what he's wearing — there's nothing The Hypebeast loves more than a captive sneaker audience.) The best thing about The Hypebeast is that after he Instagrams his hot new purchases, he'll probably list them on eBay a couple of weeks later to finance whatever the next hyped-up release is. He's like a one-man pyramid scheme.