In a letter written to the judge overseeing the case, StockX says Nike hasn't complied with providing documents sought during discovery.
For most of 2022 StockX has been struggling to maintain its credibility amongst sneakerheads and footwear enthusiasts as its reputation has taken hits left and right. But the aftermarket resale destination’s latest move could mean the jig is fully up, as far as trustworthiness when it comes to kicks is concerned.
Last week’s brazen robbery of $800,000 worth of Air Jordan and Nikes from storage trailers in Memphis, Tennessee sent shockwaves through the sneaker community and now StockX is taking a stand against the thieves using their website to get off the hot product.
A few weeks after the Swoosh pulled StockX’s Fugazi card and accused them of selling them counterfeit Nikes and Jordans, StockX has announced that it laid off quite a few of its employees.
A few weeks ago Nike roasted whatever credibility StockX had when they filed a lawsuit again StockX alleging that they sold bootleg sneakers to Nike employees buying sneakers from them undercover.
StockX has responded to Nike's claims that it sold the brand four pairs of bootleg versions of their sneakers. The online marketplace and resale brand is basically saying, Don't believe the hype.
StockX hasn't released a statement addressing Nike's allegations but whatever they say in response we doubt it'll help their already shaky credibility.
Nike does not play when it comes to its likeness or its products. StockX is the latest company to find that out.
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