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As you’re most likely aware, Nike put the kibosh on its already-made Betsy Ross-inspired sneakers, thanks to Colin Kaepernick’s tip-off and the athletic brand’s SuperWoke heroics (here, here, and here).

Well, as capitalism allows, another company has stepped in to fill the void.

Overtly pro-Trump, pro-law enforcement, and pro-military PrintedKicks has issued an old-school-looking Converse-style hightop with Betsy’s famed and recently-derided design.

And there’s more: As revealed by the company’s CEO in an interview with The Daily Caller, every penny of profit from the shoes will go to a charity benefitting veterans who suffer from PTSD.

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The shoes are currently on sale for $69.99.

They can be purchased via this link.

As per TDC, se the promo code “Merica” and save 20% on your entire order.

And you may indeed want to buy more: The company’s also released the very spiffy Trump shoe.

That’s right — for those of you who wanna give the opposition a kick in the pants, you can make SJW’s fill theirs with The Donald on your alive-and-kickin’ feet.

Get yours today and be superfly.

Shoe fly. Shoe.

-ALEX

 

Relevant RedState links in this article: here, here, and here.

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