Thursday, December 10, 2020

Kansas City Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes Suffers Harsh Sneaker Reviews

The days for Jordan dominating the marketplace are long gone and the Super Bowl Champ in Kansas City confronts a crowded marketplace and social media push back. 

Accordingly, this endorsement deal didn't seem to hit the mark . . . Read more:

I'm Sorry, Patrick Mahomes, But Your 1st Signature Shoe Is Hideous

I'm a huge Patrick Mahomes fan, so this pains me to say. His first signature shoe is downright hideous. The shoe is just a colorway and Mahomes' name up the back side of an Adidas Ultra Boost shoe that's already been debuted.

20 comments:

Anonymous said...


I'd like to give Patrick Mahomes a golden shower.

Anonymous said...

It’s better than most shoes out today, not my taste but it’s not bad.

Kudos for not teaming up with the chinese child slave labor Nike.

Anonymous said...

Just where do you think those Adidas are made, chuckles?

Anonymous said...

Not by your lazy ass that’s for sure chump! Hahahahaha!

Anonymous said...

Hope they have a big, long tongue....like Brittany.

Anonymous said...

10:27 just ask adidas, they put all their information on line retard, never mind here, I’ll do it for you jackoff


Being committed to transparency and public disclosure, adidas is one of the very few companies in the industry that fully discloses its global factory lists and publishes detailed information including name and location of suppliers by country about its primary suppliers, subcontractors, licensees, as well as suppliers where the majority of wet processes are carried out.

The data presented in our disclosure comes from an industry leading website, the Fair Factories Clearinghouse (FFC). The accuracy of the lists is heavily dependent on the disclosure provided to us by our primary suppliers, who have the direct relationship with these factories. While we have stable business relationships with many of our major manufacturing partners that extend over many years, we do see a degree of factory turnover throughout each year. So the factory list always describes the current status of our active business relationships at the date mentioned. Like any large database fed by several business entities, errors can creep in, through incorrect data entries, improper designations (active, deactivated, terminated, etc.) or tardy updates. To eliminate these errors, we strive to keep the disclosure of our primary suppliers, subcontractors and licensees as current as possible by updating the list twice a year. adidas runs a data cleansing exercise, to cross-check the entries and their accuracy.

If a reader has a query on a specific supplier factory and wants to know whether it is currently making goods for adidas, please feel free to write to us and we will confirm its status. We can be reached at sustainability@adidas-group.com.

Ouch! Looks like they’re good people!

Anonymous said...

10:27 just ask adidas, they put all their information on line retard, never mind here, I’ll do it for you jackoff


Being committed to transparency and public disclosure, adidas is one of the very few companies in the industry that fully discloses its global factory lists and publishes detailed information including name and location of suppliers by country about its primary suppliers, subcontractors, licensees, as well as suppliers where the majority of wet processes are carried out.

The data presented in our disclosure comes from an industry leading website, the Fair Factories Clearinghouse (FFC). The accuracy of the lists is heavily dependent on the disclosure provided to us by our primary suppliers, who have the direct relationship with these factories. While we have stable business relationships with many of our major manufacturing partners that extend over many years, we do see a degree of factory turnover throughout each year. So the factory list always describes the current status of our active business relationships at the date mentioned. Like any large database fed by several business entities, errors can creep in, through incorrect data entries, improper designations (active, deactivated, terminated, etc.) or tardy updates. To eliminate these errors, we strive to keep the disclosure of our primary suppliers, subcontractors and licensees as current as possible by updating the list twice a year. adidas runs a data cleansing exercise, to cross-check the entries and their accuracy.

If a reader has a query on a specific supplier factory and wants to know whether it is currently making goods for adidas, please feel free to write to us and we will confirm its status. We can be reached at sustainability@adidas-group.com.

Ouch! Looks like they’re good people!

Anonymous said...

According to the Adidas Group, 27 percent of all the company's factories are located in China. China has 337 factories, followed by India with 99, Indonesia with 79 and Vietnam with 76. Japan, Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, Cambodia, Pakistan and the Philippines all have between 10 and 60 factories.

Anonymous said...

Ouch!

Anonymous said...

LOL

Anonymous said...

Chimpy got knocked the fuck out!

Anonymous said...

As usual

Anonymous said...

Slave labor making sneakers for slaves!

Anonymous said...

Mahomes is taking on to much in every direction. I know strike when your iron is hot, but know your lane.

Anonymous said...

He’s gotta impress all the dingleberries who hang on his butt fur.

Anonymous said...

^^like your wife?

Anonymous said...

^^^^ No. closet cases like you who hang your hopes and dreams on the performance of an overhyped sports team. ^^^^

Anonymous said...

11:04 but they are getting paid fair wages for their regions and don’t allow child labor, I’m not arguing for or against I’m just glad he didn’t sign a deal with proven child abuse and labor that Nike does. Nike should be eliminated from the face of the earth for the things they have done.

Anonymous said...

2:35 nailed it. All you dingle hang on types need to go back and read " No life for the low life" and "Heroes for Zeroes". You watch a guy throw a ball and take your money. I doubt 2:35 is that stupid.

Bandit said...

Looks like Stevie Wonder designed it. 😏🍿