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What a great idea! And you are a great fellow for being able to approach the issue so environmentally friendly! I really love sneakers. But I prefer to buy branded shoes on https://www.forstepstyle.com/fashion-marketplace/nike/jordans/air-jordan-1/. Wearing shoes that have gone down in history already causes a certain delight. Rumor has it that jordans are even very comfortable, and it's true they are super comfortable. They don't squeeze anywhere, the leg feels free and they are very light. The design, it's just really cool. There is nothing superfluous very beautiful.
Same man, I love sneakers. What do you have in your collection? I personally don't have any Jordan's yet, but I'm looking into getting either the Jordan 7 Retro Hare, or the Jordan 5 Retro Fear.

Right now I have the following:

  • Yeezy 350 V2 Zebra
  • Yeezy 350 V2 Beluga Reflective
  • LeBron 16 Fresh Bred
  • LeBron Witness 5
  • Kyrie 7 'Rings'
  • Giannis Immortality 'Championship'
  • WinFlo 8
Rumor has it that jordans are even very comfortable, and it's true they are super comfortable. They don't squeeze anywhere, the leg feels free and they are very light. The design, it's just really cool. There is nothing superfluous very beautiful.
True. People say they are stiff and uncomfortable, but they really aren't that bad. I've tried on 1's before, and they are really comfy. (Not as comfy as Boost, but there's not really anything that comfy, lol)
 

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It is worth stating that the most carefully done home dyeing is not comparable to factory dyeing. With industrial dyeing, the skin is dyed to its full depth, and only after that is it cut and sewn. You can only do superficial dying at home, which is significantly inferior to factory dyeing in terms of durability. And it is much easier to dye a light-colored shoe in a darker or brighter shade. Black shoes to make a lighter shade are very difficult. It is better to update its color and make it brighter and more uniform. And when I tried to dye my white yeezy, I failed... Maybe I did something wrong?
 
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