Force Fields Of Rarity And The Reality Of Classism

Every once in a while, a garment has the chance to look more dynamic, sexier and overall better in navy blue than black. I'm not saying that's the case with these "Obsidian" Inneva Wovens, but I just wanted you all to know that it can happen. According to Tres Bien, these are a Tier Zero release, so good luck getting your hands on a pair if you blow it and don't acquire these right fucking meow. At about $240 for non-EU customers, these are definitely more than a typical Nike release and kind of just, well, expensive. You could get, 3 pairs of Tier Regular Nikes for that same price, although Moy will not be your friend if you do that.

I also just realized that Kanye's theory that no one can say shit to you when you're wearing Nikes isn't totally true. If you're wearing Tier Zero Nikes, then yes, no one can stunt on you even if they're wearing some super luxe fashion sneakers. Your shit is forever protected by a force field of rarity. But if you're wearing some regular ass Nikes, not only can people in better, more expensive sneakers stunt on you all day, but people with better Nikes will be able to dismiss you as a measly peasant. "Tiers" in a sense are just classes and, as Yeezus knows all to well, can lead to "snobbery". I guess Ye was right about something. Classism is still alive, they just be concealing it.