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Balenciaga's New £825 Trainers Mocked As 'Dog Walking Shoes'

Balenciaga's New £825 Trainers Mocked As 'Dog Walking Shoes'

Balenciaga's New £825 Trainers Mocked As 'Dog Walking Shoes'

Balenciaga’s latest drop has everyone wondering, ‘why?’

The high fashion brand is famous for creating divisive items of clothing – from croc wellies to a shopping bag your nan would be proud of!

This time, social media users are poking fun of the brand for a shiny, new pair of £825 of trainers. Oh, sorry. We meant, worn, dirty-style pair of £825 trainers.

Balenciaga's New £825 Trainers Mocked As 'Dog Walking Shoes'

According to a source, Balenciaga has allegedly designed the trainers with a ‘worn-out’ look in mind. The design is made from mesh and features a ‘painted-on’ size at the front.

This drop of running sneakers is supposedly aiming to capture a vintage, ’90s effect. The shoes have been likened to men’s Asics trainers, which usually retail off at around £50.

Balenciaga's New £825 Trainers Mocked As 'Dog Walking Shoes'

People have brutally mocked the drop on Twitter, particularly user Conor O’Neill (@conoraon). Writing on the platform, he said: “Meanwhile, in Brown Thomas: they’re selling the runners your uncle wears to walk the dog, but for €865 [£734]”.

He then said he wants to “tax the rich” in order to “stop them buying €865 Asics runners”.

The post opened a fresh can of worms, with users bombarding the replies with seemingly shoddy styles courtesy of the brand.

Balenciaga's New £825 Trainers Mocked As 'Dog Walking Shoes'

One person Tweeted an image of an oversized Balenciaga jacket, costing £2,890. They said, “£2,890 for their shopping centre security man’s jacket. Utterly sick”.

Balenciaga's New £825 Trainers Mocked As 'Dog Walking Shoes'

On the other hand, one person slammed the individuals Tweeting against the brand. They claimed that “everyone commenting under this post on a Sunday night” dresses exactly the same; in boot-cut jeans and brown shoes.

Other users expressed general distaste for the luxury fashion company.

User Ray O’Connor speculated whether Balenciaga is “an economics experiment; trying to see what the maximum price per unit of banal clothing is possible to extract from idiots”.

Yeesh.

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