| TBF | Team Big Footers Official SZ14+ Thread Vol 6.0 '13

7th February 2013 02:13
Copped a 3rd pair off a Finishline backdoor link but I'm hearing through the grapevine that those orders might be cancelled. at least I tried.
7th February 2013 02:25
mj_shoefanatic:
Copped a 3rd pair off a Finishline backdoor link but I'm hearing through the grapevine that those orders might be cancelled. at least I tried.


That back door link haha! Its all the buzz online.

Worse case, you still got 2 on lock, reading the quality is better on the 2013's too. For the extra 40$ they better be noticably different.
7th February 2013 02:27
What if the only difference was the NA brandings

sold my 2011's so there is no way for me to do a comparison.
7th February 2013 02:30
mj_shoefanatic:
What the only difference was the NA brandings

sold my 2011's so there is no way for me to do a comparison.


Just what I was reading on the forums, I have no actual proof. People will say anything to make them selves feel better about paying 200$ for a shoe they paid 160$ for last year
7th February 2013 02:54
I doubt there's a difference in quality. They took leftover stock and slapped a NA heel tab on it and raised the price by $40. I don't give a fuck tho, cause they look way better with the NA on em than the jumpman IMO
7th February 2013 04:35
mj_shoefanatic:
Copped a 3rd pair off a Finishline backdoor link but I'm hearing through the grapevine that those orders might be cancelled. at least I tried.


Backdoor worked great and was 100% sucessful for Bred 11s. Only thing I've seen is that finishline is now aware of backdoor site and is going to fix it. I don't think there is anyway for them to tell what link was used to get into the site because once you are in checkout mode I think its all the same. Not 100% sure on that though.
7th February 2013 06:30
jamant12:
I doubt there's a difference in quality. They took leftover stock and slapped a NA heel tab on it and raised the price by $40. I don't give a fuck tho, cause they look way better with the NA on em than the jumpman IMO


you damn right!

7th February 2013 06:30
jr_lyon:
mj_shoefanatic:
Copped a 3rd pair off a Finishline backdoor link but I'm hearing through the grapevine that those orders might be cancelled. at least I tried.


Backdoor worked great and was 100% sucessful for Bred 11s. Only thing I've seen is that finishline is now aware of backdoor site and is going to fix it. I don't think there is anyway for them to tell what link was used to get into the site because once you are in checkout mode I think its all the same. Not 100% sure on that though.


Hope you're right fam.

7th February 2013 08:26
Squatch:
MykicksFly:
jamant12:
Nike cutting off basketball shoe sizes at 13 or 14 is absolutely retarded. I guess you gotta work in the industry to fully understand, but when they make the roshe runner up to like an 18 and the Kobe to a 15 it makes no sense to me
I think they are really limiting the public site from the bigger sizes because a lot of their athletes use nikeelite.com Could be wrong but Im guessing their 14-18 market is fairly small on the public site.
Is that like having a rep? Never heard of nikeelite.com. Guess I'm REALLY out of the loop! LOL In high school and college I knew people where I could make a call, or make a call and have someone make a call.


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7th February 2013 08:30
As for Nike, Michael Jordan, and who ever is to blame for the lack of size 15's