Are Mirror Foamposites Defective? These Sneakerheads Think So
NBA All-Star weekend gave us a selection of awesome sneakers. One of those was the "Mirror" Nike Air Foamposite One that was not only exclusive, but priced at a cool $275.
Now that most of the reselling is done for the Mirror Foams, some sneakerheads are regretting their purchase. Many on Twitter and Facebook claim that the Mirror coating on the Foamposites scratches off easily. I can understand their frustrations after paying a minimum of $275. At that price point shoes should be able to withstand some wear & tear before they look completely messed up.
Scratches will be scratches, but now one sneakerhead claims the Sun melted the Mirror coating on the toe of his Foams. And the results are cringe worthy.
So are the "Mirror" Nike Air Foamposites defective or just really sensitive?