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NeverWet Spray Set to Shield Sneakers

NeverWet spray provides a silicon-based coat that repels water and heavy oils on a variety of surfaces to include sneakers. How did the white canvas kicks handle the chocolate syrup? Watch the video to see for yourself.

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  1. era23 says:

    Damn where do I get this

    1. Kendrickgordon says:

      not until 2012 no one will get it

  2. Dwight says:

    WITCHCRAFT!!! LOL

    1. jilk says:

      More like Blackmagic. smh

  3. w_mcfly says:

    I jus watched this vid on WSHH…this is genius!! Chocolate jus slidin right off…bananas!!!

    1. sneaker12 says:

      Are you really saying bananas, just like gwen stefani from no doubt said first? Are you gay?

      1. Josh00275 says:

        I think it was Ll Cool J

      2. Thisguyo_o says:

        hey, that song taught me how to spell bananas

      3. Trabraeus2782 says:

        lmaoooooooooooooo, dis?beat is bananas,nan nan nan nan nanas, (in my chris rock voice)? yep he said bananas.

    2. noob says:

      no it slid of SHOES there were no bananas in this video

    3. Spencer Hirt says:

      What a waste of chocolate syrup

  4. this will keep my air forces in great condition

    1. people still wear those?

      1. bsn. says:

        People still use transportation to get places???

      2. Ddash1681 says:

        People still breathe??

  5. blackkeke says:

    Damn!!! Wish I had this when I was piping my friends mom. She squirted all over my raging bulls and stained them..

    1. Rape Mustache says:

      yea I fcukd this old lady in da butt?against her will and she shat all over my foamposite’s, could of?totally?used this then.

    2. Sandra Sasal says:

      You wish that happened.

  6. J ROCK says:

    Got get this specially for the rain

  7. Mrtimeless28 says:

    How would I clean my shoes/clothes then? lol

    1. CleveDaPeeve says:

      they wouldn’t get dirty so you don’t need to XD

  8. Anonymous says:

    african juju type shit

  9. Doreecebennett says:

    Absolutely amazing… I laughed my A$$ off while I was watching the vid.

  10. Kuyanonymous says:

    Useful when the concords come out

  11. Shannonhillshano says:

    were to buy this

  12. Aaron Freckleton says:

    Ahhh let me guess $158.37?

  13. CADILLACJACK86 says:

    Good god the lords made this the lords

  14. CADILLACJACK86 says:

    He’ll yeah voodoo like shit

  15. :} says:

    will this work on nike patent leather shoes?

    1. Gabesal08 says:

      Yep it will!

  16. MK says:

    Wonder if this will stop selvedge jeans bleeding indigo on kicks… I badly need a solution for THAT!

    1. Guest says:

      cuff the bottom of your jeans

      1. 305kingsofthe23's says:

        i think you just answered a retard question lol

      2. ThePrufessa says:

        that won’t work.?

    2. Dorian813 says:

      wash your jeans before wearing them and all the bleeding will come out in the machine.

      1. DN0R Norris says:

        Number one rule of owning true selvedge jeans is not to wash them for at least the first couple months of wearing them and by the time you do decide to wash them (if ever you do), it’s hand wash only. Basically, you’ve ruined your selvedge jeans and completely missed out on the point of owning selvedge (breaking them in, etc) if you did indeed wash them before wearing. The more you know..

        1. unreal says:

          I don’t know where to begin when addressing this post. You’re either 14 years old, or an idiot repeating shit you read on the internet.?

          1. Anonymous says:

            I agree ^. I know DN0R you’re trying to mean well but you’re sounding like a pretentious a-hole. I own “true” raw denim jeans that are not just APC’s and sometimes it’s recommended to soak once before wearing. So not washing before-hand is not the “number one rule”

          2. Dorian813 says:

            Thank you I’ve read on plenty of jeans to flip them inside out and run them thru the machine on a cold rinse to keep the jeans from bleeding onto your shoes. Back when Tim’s were a must you had to do this to keep your buttas looking fresh.

    3. jocrak says:

      they make a spray u spray on the jeans or the sneakers and it stops the blue from running.. idk the name but google it er sumthin i know its out there

    4. ThePrufessa says:

      you have to spray your jeans in water proofing spray that you can get at your local kicks store. you can also use it on your shoes. i’ve been spraying my shoes in waterproof spray for over 10 years. make sure you get the laces and tongue as well.?

      1. Anonymous says:

        whats the spray called?

        1. ThePrufessa says:

          There are a million different waterproof sprays on the market. Footlocker,champs, finish line, pay less, and footaction all sell their own brands. Kiwi is a national brand. It’s been around for years.

  17. CADILLACJACK86 says:

    The hose wowwwww I’d pay anything for that stuff

  18. Anonymous says:

    where do i get this!?!?!?

  19. ripcity says:

    that canvas shoe looks like plastic with that stuff on it… idk