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Introducing Assist by SoleSavy, Chrome Extension Built for Release Day

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SoleSavy was created to get sneakers into the hands of people who love them most. With rising competition and uneven playing fields, this has become more and more challenging. That’s why we’re continuing to develop new tools that empower our passionate community of collectors. A few weeks ago, we released Drop Alerts in our SoleSavy mobile app. Now, we’re introducing Assist. 

Assist significantly reduces the time it takes to checkout when purchasing sneakers using Chrome on your desktop. It works by automatically completing your shipping and payment details, and instantly taking you through to the final payment screen. We recommend using Assist for every first-come-first-serve release. Plus, combined with SoleSavy’s add-to-cart links powered by our speedy monitors, Assist increases your odds of purchasing during shock drops and restocks.

Assist is rolling out exclusively to SoleSavy members in beta today, with more to come in the future.

How Does Assist Work?

  • Download the extension on Google Chrome here
  • Log in with your SoleSavy account
  • Fill in your details, including shipping and billing info.  
  • Make sure Assist autofill  is turned on

It’s that simple. Four steps and you’re on your way to a faster, easier shopping experience. Join SoleSavy today and give Assist a go for yourself. Already a SoleSavy member? Here’s a link to our help article. 

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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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