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Nike, adidas, and Reebok collectors all over the world should rejoice to the launching of the new website and club, SneakerCut.com.
"Sneaker Cut's the answer to a huge problem in the sneaker community. When hype hits a shoe, the prices double or triple. Speaking in simple terms, that stinks. I came up with the idea to slow that by making a retail price sneaker club, that cuts through the hype" says Rod Rainey, one of project's three founders.
And indeed his dream came true. With a few days left until the official opening of the store, SneakerCut.com is open for membership sign ups and already has several people who have joined the ranks of the 'collectors membership' holders.
Expanding inventory weekly, the sneaker selection available already includes premium Air Force 1s, Jordans, and Air maxes.
Rare shoes such as the Nike Air Jordan IV Lasers, which are found retailed on-line for amounts of $400 and greater on some sites, can be found available to SneakerCut.com membership holders for $200.00. Shoes such as the Jordan aren't available at the original retail price. Acquired from a reputable collector, Sneaker Cut purchased and discounted the shoe giving collectors a diamond opportunity.
Another rare sneaker available, the Lebron James' Chamber of Fear, Complacency, Air Force 1. Found available to members of SneakerCut.com for $130, the shoe retails for $400 on other sites. A very hyped sneaker, it's expected to be one of the first products sold when SneakerCut.com opens on April 14th.
SneakerCut.com has plans to update their club's site with new inventory weekly. While past releases aren't their exact focus, the club buyers have established relationships with some retail stores that will allow them to have access to Quick Strike shoes such as the "Nike Easter Air Force 1s" which will be up for sale on the website within the 2 days following it's opening in multiple sizes.
All shoes on SneakerCut.com are authentic dead stock, brand new products. If purchased from a retail store the shoes will be listed at the exact price paid to the retailer. If the shoes are purchased from a reputable collector, they probably will not be the original retail price but guaranteed to be well under the hyped retail value.
SneakerCut.com opens officially April 14th for shoe sales. Memberships are available for purchase currently by going to the site's "join now" page. No shoes will be sold until April 14th with the store's opening scheduled for 12AM.
Men and Women's shoes will be made available for purchase on the website. Sizes chosen for sale on the site will go in accordance with the sizes of SneakerCut.com members.
Sneaker Cut has 3 membership options, ranging from $20 to the yearly $90 membership. The Collector's membership program will be $60 until the store's April 14th launching. Those that purchase a Sneaker Cut Club year's membership before April 14th will receive a code via email from Sneaker Cut that allows them 10% off their first Sneaker Cut shoe purchase.