So, who lucked out and landed a pair of the coveted ACRONYM x Nike Air Presto Mids today? If you're based in Europe, chances are you had a bit of a struggle.

Nike's EU SNEAKRS app appears to have screwed up today's release. To begin, the sneakers were priced wrong at €120 and €150 instead of the correct €200. And while the draw began as scheduled, customers weren't notified of the results until an hour and a half later when virtually every pair was sold out, leaving most people holding an L.

Around 3 p.m. local time, a push did however come through to alert interested buyers of a redraw due to technical difficulties, scheduled for 5 p.m. CEST.

Were you affected by the Nike SNEAKRS mishap? Let us know in the comments.

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