One of the most important parts of the sneaker game is the local sneaker boutique. Sure, Foot Locker and Finish Line hold it down for tons of people around the world but there is nothing that compares to supporting your local sneaker store. Having a personal connection with the owners and workers can make a huge difference in how you feel when you're dropping 200-300 bucks on kicks every week. That said, not all sneaker stores are supportive of sneakerheads or their "unique" spending habits when it comes to sneakers. However, there are some surefire signs that you should take note of if you're not feeling the love from your local sneaker spot. Check out 15 Signs Your Local Sneaker Store Hates Sneakerheads and let us know if your local spot has it out for you.
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