All in good business spirit it seems the South African brand called Bathu has yet again stricken with a new combination of their sneaker edition. The sneaker brand named bathu is making money through the right people at first it partnered with Somizi, also known as Somgaga now they have moved up to a new and fresh collaboration. Bathu is a South African sneaker that started from the ground but now it seems to be flying high.
There has been some trending post about the sneaker as it has now collaborated with Mercedes and this is a really big label. Because Mercedes is not made for the poor but for those that they can afford. The new sneaker though it just has a symbolic for the Mercedes logo.
Here is the sneaker picture from twitter where it was posted And trending.
Here is the post from twitter twitter as it was being introduced that Mercedes has partnered with Bathu.
Twitter fas feel the design is tired but yet the collaboration is good its just that Bathu can walk on improving its sneaker Design. It feels the sneaker is not up to the Mercedes standard.
After the shared story here are the comments screenshots from twitter that were shared by fans and other people on the app.
Source: twitter social media platform
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