FOOLING 300,000 PEOPLE WITH CUSTOM CLEATS

Share this video on

What's Hot

What's New

Top Grossing

Top of the Chart

Recommend

MCEW : So close to 50K Subs! Thank you fam!

Robbert : Alright.. Now I've seen the full video... Gotta admit, nothing but mad respect for this. The marketing strategy is absolutely incredible, the cleats look like they could have been a real release and the link ups between other accounts is so smart. I WANT A PAIR but can't afford them unfortunately.

Taesticles : bamboozled

Makena : Anyone else seeing this in December?

Emily : Nike wants to know your location

Benjamin Robledo : Gimme a sharpie, I'ma about to custom make my own Striver shirt.

F Meh : Wait isn't that illegal?? He used Nike's logo without their permission and marketed the cleats as if Nike was going to release them. Isn't that illegal?

Matteo Olliver : seems illegal

frankonator 76 : If you did the tiger pattern a bit thicker I think it would have looked better

xXAlmakXx : Bragging about illegally trademarking....nice.

Flannel Channel : Your edit looks something like a battlefield 5 commericial....

Bite of the Bleeding Hollow : Nike can sue him if they really wanted to because it’s their logo and he’s basically stealing from them

DocZero : Bro are you in prison yet?

Lude98rc : The dislikes are the people who got fooled

Vanilla Voodoo : Hi I'm gonna make a fraudulent pair of nike shoes by scribbling marker on a pair and try to sell them at a ridiculous price of $400.

-Cameron- : Where's the video were nike takes you to court?

John Smith : Nike would have used an actual tiger in their marketing ad, super common practice using animals to cross compare with products. Then probably spew some hyped up bs that makes the customer become more "animalistic" on the pitch if they buy the shoes, with some tagline "release your tiger.." or "release your animal". Although this example is humorous, you have started with a solid base of an already established world brand in nike, copying trademarks like footyheadlines and then actually made a cool design. It's not super difficult to achieve what you did but emphasises that complete ridiculousness of products and their subjective value vs actual value for what you're getting and for that I applaud you. Hopefully you don't get sued, but if I was at nike I would see this as good promotion, steal your idea, not credit you and make money of it.

Kina Tower : it made me cringe so hard

Ammar Sharbat : This is not clever, it's disingenuous. There's no reason to not believe those shoes are real drops, because you literally used Nike's logo to market them. Cool design, but I don't really see the point of this video..

CromaticGames Fiver : *Nike* wants to know your location

Amelia_C : Nike should do a collab with you. The cleats look so clean.

Emily : What if i forgot my tiger skin shoes in the rain and the lines faded away?

Yoo Arts : Justin Bieber Burrito who?

C.Region : Isnt this a crime

Oskar Meester : Subd right away just genius And nice montages by the way.

Phosnerd : top 10 pranks that went too far

Carolina M. : how many sharpies did you use

Yes, I Work Hard. : This is trademark infringement without approval from Nike. There may be arguments that you can rely on the fair use doctrine if your customization creates transformative works of art, but the fair use doctrine is quite narrow and if you sell the modified products commercially for profit, you almost certainly won't qualify for fair use. Nike is very aggressive in enforcing its trademarks and other IP rights, so you would be taking a major economic risk. It can cost tens of thousands of dollars to defend a trademark litigation. You need to retain and consult with legal counsel before you move forward with this project---and most likely you will need to obtain permission from Nike (which will require you to enter into a license agreement and pay royalties).

Fdd. : epic illegally trademarking moment

Gilles Verbruggen : Cool shoes and cool marketing strategy, however your regard towards trade names and trade marks are close to zeto. Truly illegal.

ReTrov Gaming : mcewties more like meh cooties

Austin Dotson : dude thats click bait for other people

Brave Isabella : How do you draw sooooo gooooooddddd!

Austin O'Hare : Say hi to my dad in prison for me please

Kugelblitz : At the end of the day we just don't buy stuff for their beauty? Even if you say "Oh but it's the status of the brand that really counts", you still gonna buy it because it is... "lit", it LOOKS "lit" so in the end, anything can be sold with the right marketing...

David Chang : Likes his own video....

Hurrican : Hey that released on my birthday XD

Amrik Singh : July 22nd's my birthday lol

Sam Sam : That is the greatest marketing scam ever... literally color cleets with sharpie and put it up for $400

AwesomeJohnny6 RBLX : Should’ve wrote Custom on it.

Asian Boye : wouldn't the stripes wash out when playing in a wet field?

Colin Harrington : I can't believe those things are so expensive but NOOOPE

YayL : He did a Yes Theory

Harrison Carr : Wait so you scammed everyone who bought them? i’m confused did people actually buy them thinking they were actual nikes?

Erek Bidd13 : Those cleats by virgil abloh are with OFF-WHITE thats what they are known for taking cetain shoes (already made) and making little details to try to make it there own

Robbie : Good idea, good marketing. But that edit was shit, didn't look official at all

Nerdy Gamer Girl : Qq🍑🍑🍑🍑🍑🍑🍑🍑🍑

Arctic.Hazard : Why do you sound so much like Daily Dose of Internet

Karl Wilson : hull city should be playing in these bad boys

Raze john Deere : #new boots nike