Shoes Trick Or Treat: Hoop-It-Ups Under $15?

Trick: I cant really do any. Here is some candy kid, now off you go. Go and get the mystery grab bag at the neighbors house. By the way, nice costume and nice shoes.

Treat: Spend $15 on basketball shoes that normally retail between $100 to 200. Okay, do a trick because I dont believe you.

Right, I too remember when Magic Johnson, Hakeem Olajuwon and Patrick Ewing all tried to sell cheap shoes to the masses – yeah, that went over like a pregnant pole-vaulter. I bet you, like me are just dying to get you hands on a pair of vintage Olajuwons! Then there is the behemoth Shaquille O’Neal, who sells his shoes at Payless for $25 — and well, they haven’t sold like Hanna Montana tickets either. But for Mr. Stephon Marbury, the two-time All-Star, and fifth-highest-paid player in the league, is successfully selling his “starbury” for a measly $14.98. Yes that is in US dollars, not in Pounds, Pesos, Yen or Canadian. That is because he actually wears his shoes at every game. People are lining up by the thousands to purchase these shoes. Finally, basketball shoes that you wont need a second mortgage for: The shoes of the day the Starbury II.

Starbury shoes for under 15!

Check this diagram out:

Shoes cost chart

Think of how many lives will now be saved — nobody’s going to shoot anybody for basketball shoes that cost $15! You can buy them here.

Thanks Stephon, and well done effectively marketing to the masses.
I may just pass out these shoes next Halloween.

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5 Responses to Shoes Trick Or Treat: Hoop-It-Ups Under $15?

  1. Jon says:

    I’m all on board for these kicks! Of course, when it comes to ballin’ it up, comfort and support come first for me but if they pass that test, I’ll get them in every color!

  2. Sandy says:

    Nice! I may get a pair to try out with the Orange Soda basketball team. Nice post too btw. Pregnant Pole Vaulter? Muahahhaa.


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  4. Howard Wiseman says:

    As a matter of fact, the Hakeem Olajuwon Spalding model was a fully court capable shoe that Hakeem wore regularly, including during an MVP season, 2 NBA championships and his “Dream Team” appearance. Hakeem’s shoes were handbuilt on a custom last, but used the same materials as the retail product. These were at the time the most expensive and best quality athletic footwear ever sold in the discount channel with several million pairs sold over a three year period.

    Hakeem’s decision to lend his name to the Spalding product arose from his sincere beliefs about overpriced sports hero merchandise and his desire to express his “Finish Hard” personal sports philosphy. Starbury and SHAQ discount brands are merely exercises in economic utility with no moral content whatsoever. Neither of these products come anywhere close to offering authentic sports performance to their users.

    There are only a few who have ever met Hakeem’s standard as a player and not many more who are his equal in character and moral authority. He would never lend his name to shabby, second rate goods under any circumstances.

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