Putting sneakers on ice has been a thing almost as long as sneakers have been around. Well, ever since companies started making them in different colors, anyway. Why wear something brand-new when you could stash them for a year (or five), and then be assured of being the only one on your block with the fresh "where'd you get those?" joints? But just like anything else you put on ice, whether it be leftovers or Ted Williams' head, sneakers can go bad. Midsoles crumble, identical retro versions drop, or whole styles pass on, never to be cool again. Well, we're here to help. Here's 10 Sneakers You Should Never Undeadstock.