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Gucci ‘ s $900 ‘dirty’ sneakers struck on Twitter

This shabby chic sneak comes dressed with the brand, the trademark Sylvie Web trim and is available for men in both high ($930) and low tops ($870) in various colour combinations.
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Filthy rich fashionistas are pumped for Gucci’s latest kicks.

Where the name of a basketball term, the Italian house “Screener” sneakers, inspired by a vintage sports style of the ’70s — an intentionally dirty style that were” treated for a vintage, weathered effect.”

Beat-up Gucci still do not come on an appointment, though.

This shabby chic sneak comes dressed with the brand, the trademark Sylvie Web trim and is available for men in both high ($930) and low tops ($870) in various colour combinations.

Women styles are available, too, and many have a fresh look for the Spring 2019 with a festive strawberry print ($980), and the removable, embellished cherries ($1,250)

The best part of all? Gucci offers a fairly specific cleaning instructions for the real grime, you are bound to get on your expensive pair: “Clean when the shoe is dry, with only a neutral or of the same color in order to prevent the appearance of spots.”

It is clear, however, that the daily Twitizens not to buy.

“Gucci is the sale of dirty sneakers with good brands for almost $900… excuse me while I go search for STUPID RICH in the dictionary”, says the reviewer.

“Gucci is the sale of dirty sneakers for $ 1,100. Fun hack: For $700 you can buy a few of the regular Gucci sneakers and they get dirrty itself,” writes a second.

“Gucci you have more class than that,” shouts another.

This is not the first time worn-up sneaks are under fire. The Italian streetwear label Golden Goose faced backlash last year after the introduction of an intentionally worn low-top with a duct tape patch.

Haters said they were insensitive glamorization of poverty.

This article originally appeared on the New York Post.

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