Buy One Get One Free! Donald Trump Now Selling $399 Sneakers.

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump unveils his golden high-tops on Saturday at Sneaker Con Philadelphia, an event popular among sneaker collectors. Manuel Balce Ceneta/AP
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At a Philadelphia, PA  sneaker conference over the weekend, former President Donald Trump unveiled his snazzy gold-colored high-top sports shoes, which are for sale online only.

The businessman-turned-politician debuted a line of gleaming, golden sneakers called the Never Surrender High-Top Sneaker, which are for sale online for $399 a pair.

“This is something I’ve been talking about for 12 years, 13 years, and I think it’s going to be a big success,” Trump said to the crowd at Sneaker Con Philadelphia.

“That’s the real deal,” he added, holding up the flaxen footwear, which features an American flag on the back and a capital T on the side.

Trump’s stop at the Philadelphia convention was met with a mix of chants from supporters and boos from critics, The Associated Press reported.

The announcement came the day after a New York judge ordered Trump and the Trump Organization to pay over $355 million as part of a civil fraud case. Prosecutors had accused Trump, his two oldest sons and other associates of inflating the value of certain properties and other assets for financial gain.

Trump is also running for the Republican nomination for president, hoping to notch reelection this year during the fall race.

“What’s the most important thing?” Trump asked the sneaker conference crowd. “To go out and vote, right? We have to go out and vote.”

“Donald Trump showing up to hawk bootleg Off-Whites is the closest he’ll get to any Air Force Ones ever again for the rest of his life,” Biden-Harris 2024 Communications Director Michael Tyler said in a statement.

Rep. Dean Phillips, D-Minn., who is also running for the Democratic nomination, tweeted a photo of a colorful platform shoe with the message: “Game on, Don.”

Just 1,000 pairs of the Trump high-top sneakers were being offered for presale, according to the website where they were available, and they were sold out just days after their debut. Trump autographed at least 10 pairs.

The online store also features a number of other Trump products for sale, including cologne, perfume and other sneakers.

It’s not the first time Trump has promoted products bearing his name.

Trump sells wine from his vineyard in Virginia, previously offered a line of steaks through the retail store Sharper Image and even peddled a Milton Bradley board game named Trump: The Game.

Sources: NPR News, AP.
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