Ordering from Good-Seller.com – Part 1
Apprehensive? I was too! Until I opened the box in my own home I was nervous What was inside? Shoes? Bags of sand?
I had the shoes in my cart for around a week before I actually ordered from Good Seller (GS from now on), back and forth, daring myself to hit buy. With this experience walk-through you wont have to be like me….you can order with a little confidence!
DISCLAIMER: This is only my personal experience… if yours is different or you have a bad experience PLEASE comment below!
STEP 1: Researching your shoes
When buying fake shoes online your best friend is youtube.com, (or this site!) research the shoes you want. Type in what shoe you want like this: JORDAN 11 FAKE (we’re gonna look for some XI Space Jams). Watch as many videos as you can and check if the quality of the shoes are up to YOUR standards.
Many videos online will tell you where the shoes were purchased from, now type in the store where you think the best quality ones were from: DRAGONKICKS JORDAN 11. This will bring up all the Jordan XI bought from dragonkicks.com. Again, watch as many videos as you can and check if the quality of the shoes are up to YOUR standards.
Repeat for other shoes.
Happy? Good. Time to order
STEP 2: Finding your shoes
One of the problems with these ‘variant’ websites is they have many variants of the same shoe. For instance, my latest order was a pair of Jordan IV in black. On the good seller website there is 2 variants of the black AJ4. One labeled as ‘Mens Nike Original Air Jordan 4 Shoes Black Grey Red’ with this picture:
Clearly not the original AJ4s. There’s also a pair with the following title: ‘Mens Nike Air Jordan 4 Retro Countdown Split Shoes Black Varsity Red Grey’, and they have this picture:
These are the ones I’ve picked because they look like the Retro 4 from the ‘Countdown Pack’ although I really wanted the OGs. I relied on my research too: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oAt5nvnN8Xo
Till next time,
Next up: Part 2 – Ordering your shoes