The Belgian crew from Sneakersdelight just added a marketplace to their already interesting online platform. Carefully curated sellers will be able to offer their goods online in a safe and supervised environment ensuring buyers don't get ripped off. To make things quick and painless, all potential sellers will have to do is fill out a simple application form and go through a quick selection process. That's not too bad, is it?
A first month free trial is offered and Sneakersdelight only makes money (8%) when you cash in.
I, for instance, would love to see these deadstock Palace x Reebok Classic R12 joints pop up on this site in a clean 6,5, but unfortunately the ones pictured above are waiting for a size 10 footed hombre.
You know which one I'd like to see on there as well? The Nike Dunk Supreme from 2012. Or the Nike AF1 Low Supreme BusyP/Ed Banger.