Another Company Is Blatantly Ripping off Balenciaga's Triple S Design

A more affordable alternative.

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Balenciaga’s Triple S trainers are looked at as the epitome of ugly/dad sneaker design. With a price tag that is upwards of $800 USD, counterfeit examples are appearing at much lower price points with strikingly similar features as alternatives.

Recently, we’ve shed light on the Zara-like company Ego, who is offering a Triple S knockoff for a low-low price $43 USD. But, now, it has come to our attention, another fast-fashion wannabe label named Ash. Ash is selling an almost detail-by-detail copy of the Triple S in various color schemes. Called the “Addict,” the sneakers come in options of pink, grey, all-black, and a black/volt mix. The kicks retail for $279 USD.

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Three colours, endless ways to wear them. #ASHaddict

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