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Kaep's Deal With Nike turned Out Fine

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It's pretty easy to be profitable with a business model of paying children in China slave labor prices to make a product you turn around and sell to idiots at $150 a pair.

They'd be making money hand over fist without Kaepernick, and they're making it with him. Notice, if you will, how Nike never talks about social justice when it comes to China though.
 
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My son is huge in the shoe game ... has all the Patriots Air Force shoes and AF's.
There is no way he will want this shoe regardless of it's resale value.
 

Tuck

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It's pretty easy to be profitable with a business model of paying children in China slave labor prices to make a product you turn around and sell to idiots at $150 a pair.

They'd be making money hand over fist without Kaepernick, and they're making it without him. Notice, if you will, how Nike never talks about social justice when it comes to China though.
Triggered?
 

venecol

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It's pretty easy to be profitable with a business model of paying children in China slave labor prices to make a product you turn around and sell to idiots at $150 a pair.

They'd be making money hand over fist without Kaepernick, and they're making it with him. Notice, if you will, how Nike never talks about social justice when it comes to China though.
You could say that about any of thousands of US companies that have the same business model. Everything comes from China nowadays. Why focus on Nike? Also, Nike was specifically boycotted over the whole Kaep thing, so OPs point is it didn't work. I do agree with you that paying $150 for plastic shoes is stupid.
 


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