For years, buying sneakers online has been, well, sketchy. Between variants and very, very questionable definitions of VVVNDS (Corgi Shoes has been joking about this for more than a minute), copping kicks online, especially of the valuable variety, has been a risk.
Not anymore. StockX, the sneaker data site formerly known as Campless, is looking to change that. Headed up by Josh Luber and recently hiring Nice Kicks alum Nick Engvall (congrats!) the site offers a marketplace with expert legit checks with an easy to use platform for both buyers and sellers. But don’t let us tell you that, as Wale, Mr. Foamer Simpson and Hasan Minhaj explain in the video above.
Check out StockX here.