Well, some people will just do anything for limited edition sneakers.
This includes a big crowd of millennials who waited at the gates of Wisma Atria in Singapore. As for the icing on the cake, they waited for the gates to be opened at 6am. Yes, 6am! The store is practically not opened yet!
This frenzy happened as retail store AW Lab dropped the news that they’ll be selling the highly sought after YEEZY BOOST sneakers – the YEEZY BOOST 350 V2 SYNTH to be exact.
While the retail store mentioned in their post that the sales will only start at 10am, eager fans already started waiting at 6am.
Due to its popularity, the store limited the sale to only 1 person per pair, and emphasised that these shoes are available in limited stock only.
In the video, it can be seen that as the mall gates open, the crowd desperately crawl through the gaps in attempt to secure their place in front of the retail store. Kid you not, it reminded us of a scene out of a zombie apocalypse movie.
Watch the video here:
You can audibly hear some of exclaiming “Don’t push!” as well.
It’s alright if you’re dedicated to obtain something you really want, but don’t go too far for it yeah!
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