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Melbourne man tries to sell dirty triple white Adidas Ultra Boost 3.0 but is trolled by sneakerheads


#Man is mocked relentlessly after trying to sell his VERY worn ‘white’ #Adidas joggers online

  • A man tried to sell his dirty ‘white’ #Adidas #Ultra #Boosts in a #Facebook group
  • #He had an asking price of $60 and said it ‘can be shipped at buyer’s expense’
  • #Sneakerheads trolled the seller, saying he should pay someone to take them
  • #Most sneakers sold in the group are ‘deadstock’, meaning they are unworn

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A man has been hilariously trolled after attempting to sell his dirty ‘white’ #Adidas sneakers online.

The #Melbourne man tried to sell his ‘worn’ #Adidas #Ultra #Boost 3.0 sneakers for $60 to fellow members of the #Australia #Sneaker #Society #Facebook group on #Monday.

#Accompanying pictures showed the ‘triple white’ sneakers had turned brown on the midsole, the midfoot cage and on much of the fabric.

The #Melbourne man tried to sell his ‘worn’ #Adidas #Ultra #Boost 3.0 sneakers (pictured) for $60 to fellow members of the #Australia #Sneaker #Society #Facebook group on #Monday

‘#Pickup #Box #Hill or can be shipped at buyer’s expense,’ the seller captioned the post.

#Sneakerheads quickly began commenting on the post, slamming the shoe’s subpar condition.

‘#My grey #Ultra #Boosts are whiter than this,’ one man commented on the post.

‘LOL as if you wouldn’t clean your shoes before trying to sell them,’ another person said.

#One user asked: ‘#Bro, how desperate are you?’

‘#You would make more than $60 wiping windscreens at traffic lights,’ another wrote.

#Meanwhile, one man wrote: ‘#How about you pay me $60 to take them off your hands, god damn.’

Accompanying pictures showed the 'triple white' sneakers had turned brown on the midsole, the midfoot cage and on much of the fabric

#Accompanying pictures showed the ‘triple white’ sneakers had turned brown on the midsole, the midfoot cage and on much of the fabric

Sneakerheads quickly began commenting on the post, slamming the shoe's subpar condition

#Sneakerheads quickly began commenting on the post, slamming the shoe’s subpar condition

#Most sneakers sold in the group are ‘deadstock’, meaning they have not been worn and are in mint condition with the original packaging.

#Group members were likely not used to seeing sneakers up for sale in such a poor condition.

The #Melbourne man’s shoes are still up for sale as of 1pm on #Thursday.

#Originally released in 2016, the #Adidas #Ultra #Boost 3.0 #Triple #White sold for a retail price of $250.

#Now, they can sell for as much as $400 on sneaker reselling site #StockX.

Originally released in 2016, the Adidas Ultra Boost 3.0 Triple White (pictured) sold for a retail price of $250. Now, they can sell for as much as $400 on sneaker reselling site StockX

#Originally released in 2016, the #Adidas #Ultra #Boost 3.0 #Triple #White (pictured) sold for a retail price of $250. #Now, they can sell for as much as $400 on sneaker reselling site #StockX

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##Melbourne #man #sell #dirty #triple #white ##Adidas ##Ultra ##Boost #trolled #sneakerheads

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