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Most of the people who traveled for the event are planning to resell them for a profit, said Gene McKinnie, a reseller who said he drove to Richmond from Tampa, Fla., in an effort to get a pair.
McKinnie estimated the shoe, which Need Supply and Nike were selling for $160, would go for between $800 and $2,000 on the secondary market.
"I mean, it's a really nice shoe," he said.
Wotherspoon's design — a ’90s- inspired corduroy with unfinished edges, dual pull tabs, tonal laces, removable velour insoles and “VA -> LA” embroidered on the sneaker’s heel tab — won Nike’s 2017 Vote Forward contest “by leaps and bounds,” according to a news release.
Wotherspoon was scheduled to participate in the event but never appeared.
On his Instagram page, he posted a photo of himself at a downtown hotel shrugging with the caption, "Heading back to LA! It’s been quite the reunion Richmond!"

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Carytown's Need Supply Co. cancelled a Nike sneaker release event early Tuesday morning after the shop was overwhelmed with people to the point where the front door could not be opened.
"The crowd kept pushing in so no one could get in or out, so they shut it down," said John Everett, who drove down from Washington D.C. for the event.
Witnesses said that while an orderly line had formed the night before, when the store began distributing a limited number of wristbands to actually get the sneakers around 3 a.m., many people jumped the line and attempted to push their way to the front.