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Check Out the Sneakers Coming to COLLECT This Summer

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Devin Robertson

Our new marketplace app COLLECT has been booming with trades and cops.

Not only is it a place to trade and purchase sneakers with no fees, but COLLECT is also offering users the chance to cop sneakers at retail. Throughout the upcoming months, COLLECT will be adding a slew of sneakers for members to cop. Here’s what we have coming for the summer. Stay tuned to SoleSavy for the complete COLLECT schedule for August.

Thursday, July 14:

Yeezy Foam Runners (multiple colorways Size 7 to 13)   

Yeezy Slides (multiple colorways Size 8 to 13)

Thursday, July 21:

Air Jordan 1 High “Bubble Gum” – Select Sizes 

Jordan 1 High Dark “Marina Blue” – Sizes 8-11

Single sizes of various shoes

Thursday, July 28:

Yeezy 700 “Wave Runners” – Size 7.5-13

Yeezy 350 “Zebra” – Select Sizes

Thursday, August 4

Concepts x Nike Air Max 1 “Heavy” – Size 6-15

Women’s Dunk High Panda – Size 6W -10W, 12W

Thursday, August 11:

Travis Scott AM1 – Color and Sizes TBD

Learn more about COLLECT

Introducing COLLECT by SoleSavy, a New Kind of Sneaker Marketplace

Why We Built COLLECT with Know Your Customer (KYC) Technology

COLLECT: Buy, Sell, Trade Scenarios

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Sole Savy is unreal! With a busy schedule it’s hard to keep up on shoes, and the group keeps me up to date on releases, tips on how to manually cop, and a marketplace with killer deals from fellow like minded collectors. It’s changed the sneaker game for me!

@SoleSavy is the truth. They've helped me cop kicks I never would've imagined getting at retail. Members always willing to assist on drops too. And most of all, a REAL community of REAL sneakerheads. These guys should be the gold standard for sneaker communities! #LifetimeMember

My membership paid for itself three fold by being solely responsible for my union 4’s, mesh sacai waffles, sacai blazers, court purple aj1s, glow in the dark yeezy 350s, travis scott lows (which I traded to get desert ore ow’s), air max 1 londons, bc3’s for way under retail etc.

Can't say enough about SS. The stellar help with copping shoes is a given but it's the community that makes it extra special. Hands down one of the best decisions I made as a wannabe sneakerhead.

The community of sneakerheads and resources available to help manually cop are great and really will help you get more Ws. The Zoom calls for hyped drops like Union Jordan 4 only adds to the camaraderie while providing real time instruction

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