Developer – Stadium Goods
Price – Free (Shoe purchases up to $149.5K)
Stadium Goods – Your Sneaker Retailer
Stadium Goods doesn’t mess around. First thing you need to know about the collectible market is they aren’t shoes…they are sneakers. Shoes are what you wear to mow the lawn in. If you are looking for “shoes,” head to Foot Locker because Stadium Goods only showcases “sneakers” in all price ranges. They showcase limited edition, high end sneakers mainly of the Adidas and Nike brands with a large focus on the iconic Air Jordan brand. While featuring these products, they also sell most other prominent brands including Reebok, Puma, Converse, and New Balance. Don’t get overwhelmed by the terms collectible or high end. As these options are definitely available for the big sneaker players, the average person will have plenty of options below $100. There are even twenty-two Air Jordan styles available under fifty dollars. However, most of these are of the kids variety.
Stadium Goods – How it Works
The shopping experience is divided into seven categories “Nike”, “Jordan”, “Adidas”, “Deals”, “Footwear”, “Supreme”, “Apparel”, “Collectible” and “Trophy Case”. Within each category you are prompted to narrow your search by brand or line. After narrowing down the selection, you have the typical sort options buyers are accustom to (sort by price, newest, etc.). You can also search for the exact item you are looking for to save time. The Trophy case option is dedicated to the most sought after sneakers and those buyers with the wallet which can support the purchase. These sneakers might even impress the likes of Kanye West and Spike Lee. For myself and the other 99% of the population, we can buy shoes on a payment plan. For qualified buyers, they offer 3, 6, 9 and 12 month payment plans The interest rate varies between ten to thirty percent (depending on your credit analysis) which is in the spectrum of most credit card companies.
Stadium Goods – Things to Know
Stadium Goods only deals in new sneakers. So while you won’t find the original Air Jordan’s, they do offer replica retro versions of almost every popular past sneaker. Also, if you are “sitting” on a great pair of rare, unused sneakers, give them a shout as they do offer a consignment program. Stadium Goods provides a 100% authenticity guarantee. Each sneaker goes under their 10 point verification system before even being listed. They go one step further by reviewing any customer concerns about authenticity. I got hooked on a pair of “low end” Jordan’s while doing my research, so I am happy with the experience.