When it comes to shopping for premium sneakers, we all like to know we are nabbing a great deal. Whether it’s a pair for the gym, the shops or maybe even as a conversation starter with your seriously good-looking neighbour, no need to share. We all have our reasons.
Legitimate, of course. When was the last time you stepped into a trainer and it didn’t crush your lewk? Style aside, how do they make you feel? Secure, relieved, and confident as ever?
Hold on, are we still talking about sneakers or eBay’s genius new sneaker program?
You guessed it. In response to us sneakerheads stirring the market, eBay UK have launched their very first Authenticity Guarantee program. One that authenticates some of the world’s most popular brands, including Nike, Adidas and New Balance – starting from £100.
Welcoming both sneakers in new or used conditions, these beauties are vetted and verified by a leading independent team of industry experts at Sneaker Con. Did we say this makes eBay’s sneaker program the only to give this level of guarantee?
Involving a proof of authentication (with a snazzy eBay tag embedded), third-party authentication and verified returns, we are talking a multi-point physical inspection, so you can rest easy now knowing exactly what’s coming in the mail.
Ready to take your next step with zero qualms? We suggest you get bidding (and quick because our top sneakers below might have already found their home)…
SHOP: the best guarantee certified sneaker styles to shop on eBay
If you like leopard print as much as we do, these Nike Air Huarache SNKRS Day sneakers are up for grabs.
You can't go wrong with these New Balance 2002R Protection Pack Rain Cloud sneakers in grey.
Need a statement piece? Have a look at these Brain Dead x Kiko Kostadinov x Asics Gel Fratelli sneakers.
You are certainly getting your moneys worth with these Air Jordan 4 Retro 'Pure Money' 2017 sneakers.
We are all in need of these Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Synth Reflective sneakers.
Whether you’ve already purchased a few too many Yeezy’s or are in the marketplace for some, read more about eBay's sneaker platform here.