Saturday, October 03, 2020

Kansas City Chiefs Shoe Double Take

This was likely the fashion accessory of the week despite more than half of this town rebuking high prices and generation differences over footwear. Meanwhile, none of the debate matters to overseas manufacturers who are still tasked with the majority of American clothing needs.

Take a look:

The Nike Air Zoom Pegasus 37 Chiefs shoe is here - and it's awesome

Now you can wear Kansas City Chiefs red and gold from your head to your toes - literally. Nike has released its Chiefs-themed Air Zoom Pegasus 37 Chiefs, which you can check out below. The shoes include a gold-outlined Nike swoosh and a Chiefs logo, making for the perfect footwear to complete your game-day look.

4 comments:

BLM said...

Drum roll as we await the first shooting or stabbing to take those shoes away from someone stupid enough to buy the overpriced crap, and even more stupid to wear them anywhere near the hood, or Westport, The Plaza.

Anonymous said...

Do they come with curb feelers and spinners ?

Anonymous said...

TOP PHOTO -- CHIEFS' TWO LEFT FEET

The NFL is a private trade association financed by it's 32 member teams.
Up until 2015, the league was an unincorporated nonprofit 501(c)(6) association. (Section 501(c)(6) of the Internal Revenue Code provides an exemption from federal income taxation)
Similar to professional wrestling's WWW, there is nothing preventing the NFL from predetermining the winners in advance, scripting "good guys" and "bad guys", and rotating the championship among teams to maximize profits while keeping everyone engaged.
NFL revenue is from three primary sources: NFL Ventures (merchandising), NFL Enterprises (NFL Network and NFL Sunday Ticket, which the league controls), and the television contract. The league distributes such revenue equally among teams, regardless of performance. As of February 2019 each team receives $255 million annually from the league's television contract, up 150% from $99.9 million in 2010.
The Chiefs are owned by Dallas TX billionaire residents and receive millions in corporate welfare annually from KCMO, Jackson County, and the State of MO!!!

Anonymous said...

Who Cares about the National Felon League ? Only the pussies that never got past not making the A team in middle school . Glory days of ball scratches , little slugger types and people with no lives. Move on.