While these allegedly “customized” sneakers “may use pieces of genuine Nike and Converse shoes

While these allegedly “customized” sneakers “may use pieces of genuine Nike and Converse shoes,” the plaintiff argue that the genuine parts are “so altered and combined with non-genuine parts or other brands’ logos that they can no longer be meaningfully considered Nike or Converse shoes.”The FCCS shoes are stiff enough that I couldn’t discern any flex… Continue reading While these allegedly “customized” sneakers “may use pieces of genuine Nike and Converse shoes