Backdoor is a term used to describe a method of obtaining a pair of sneakers before they are released to the public. This method involves obtaining a pair of sneakers from a retailer or wholesaler that has access to the sneakers before they are released. This method is often resorted to by resellers, as it can be a great way to purchase high-demand sneakers before they are released to the public.
Backdoors are often used by resellers to purchase high-demand sneakers before they are released to the public. This allows them to sell the sneakers at a higher price than the retail price, as they are able to get their hands on the sneakers before the general public. However, using backdoors also has its drawbacks. Retailers and wholesalers may limit the number of pairs that can be purchased through backdoors, and resellers may be at risk of losing their source if they are caught using backdoors.
Additionally, many sneaker brands and retailers have implemented measures to prevent backdoors from being used, making it more difficult for resellers to obtain the sneakers they desire.