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Lonzo Ball Big Baller Brand shoes are ridiculously overpriced

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Jesse Reed
Written by Jesse Reed

In this booming economy, who doesn’t have $500-plus to spend on a pair of kicks? Oh, wait. That’s pretty much most of us average folks. Yet if you want to own a pair of Big Baller Brand ZO2: Prime by Lonzo Ball, it’ll cost you between $495-$695.

For. A. Pair. Of. Shoes. Designed for a kid who has yet to even play a single millisecond of NBA ball.

Are you kidding me?

But that’s not all.

If you want a pair of ZO2: Wet – “The Autograph” – By Lonzo Ball, you’re looking at anywhere between $995 and $1,195 for a pair.

Here’s the selling points, per BigBallerBrand.com:

“Each pair of ZO2: WET’s will be PERSONALLY AUTOGRAPHED by Lonzo Ball, and come within a clear acrylic enclosure, with cool white LED lighting. Each pair shall include a Certificate of Authenticity and tamper-evident hologram provided by Big Baller Brand, guaranteed by Big Baller Brand. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to own a piece of basketball history. Pre-Order available for a LIMITED TIME.”

Those who may not have $500 or $1,000 to blow on a pair of shoes can still get their Big Baller Brand game on for just $220. That’s what it’ll cost you to land a pair of basic slides.

This is all just too much.

Truly, one must be a big baller to afford Big Baller Brand footwear. And let’s be honest, the shoes are not all that hot to begin with.

About the author

Jesse Reed

Jesse Reed

Managing Editor here at Sportsnaut. Featured on Yardbarker, Foxsports.com and MSN.com, and formerly was a breaking news writer/NFL analyst for Bleacher Report.