Everyone’s got a pair of grail sneakers. For some, it might be something that’s crazy limited, like these Eminem x Carhartt Jordan IV’s pictured above. For some, it might be a rare shoe from their childhood that they missed out on. For some it might be a sample or PE that wasn’t ever released. No matter what the shoe might be, we’ve all got one or two. And you should cop yours.
“Cop your grails?” you might be saying. “That’s not possible”. It is though (unless you want something like the IV’s above. Then it might be a stretch), and you can do it with more ease than you might think.
Figure Out How Much You’ll Need
How much are your grails going to set you back? $500? $1000? Even more? Before you can begin the hunt, you need to figure out how much cash you’ll need to have on hand to make the purchase.
Grails are obviously expensive, so you better start saving. Skip a few releases (it won’t kill you, we promise. Stay home a few Friday and Saturday nights (tough at first, less tough with time). Sell a few jawnz (This hurts worse than the other two, but you can do it with enough willpower. Trust us). Whatever you do, go into that lockdown mode and save that cash.
Make Your Purchase (And Don’t Second-Guess)
You’re finally here. You’ve got the cash. You can get the jawnz. Get the jawnz. Don’t have second thoughts when it comes time to pull the trigger. We know that spending a large amount of cash can be troublesome, but you won’t regret it when your grails show up, and you really won’t regret it when you throw them on your feet. You are going to wear them, right?
What’s your current grail sneaker? Have you ever copped one of your grails in the past? Let us know in the comments or on Twitter, be sure to check out our Facebook page for daily updates, and, as always, be sure to follow us on Instagram for all the fire sneaker pictures you can handle.