The Nike SB "Tiffany" Hi Dunks have caused a huge amount of hype and drama so far. First, there was the false rumor that people were camping out 10 days before the sneakers would release, and then Nicky Diamonds, the man who designed the sneaker, apologized for putting forth that information.
There was even a shop that said people had to be able to kickflip to get the sneakers.
Now, a skate shop in Carmel, Ind. has a new set of rules: if you skate, you can get the sneakers for retail. If not, you're paying way over the MSRP.
On an Instagram rant (you'll only be able to view it through mobile, sorry), the brand had this message for non-skaters:
It looks like it pays to have a skateboard - in Indiana, at least.
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