Slang Sneaker Marketplace App

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

Sneakerheads will be happy to know that they’ll now be able to get their hands on just about any pair of rare sneakers they can find on the internet, with nothing more than a few swipes. The Slang App is looking to completely change the way we trade and buy our sneakers.

The app’s well-designed, easy to use interface marketplace lets you list, purchase and trade sneakers, giving you the opportunity to lace up your dream kicks by simply swiping your smarpthone. Think of it as Tinder for sneakers. Snap a photo, upload the details, and once sold, Slang provides an insured, pre-addressed shipping label. On the buyer’s end, all you have to do is put in your shoe size, and a plethora of options are suddenly right at your fingertips. The real standout feature in Slang is the ability to trade sneakers using a local, Slang approved middleman to ensure authenticity and advertised condition. The app is free on the iTunes store. Watch the video below. [Purchase]

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