The Nike Shoe Bot, or NSB for short, is one of the earliest sneaker bots and the first sneaker bot that was introduced to the sneakerhead community. Through this bot, you can purchase any product automatically on Nike and any other footsite. You have to purchase the Nike Shoe Bot before you’re able to use it and it’s only available on Windows and Mac computers.
As the Nike Shoe Bot is a bot, most websites would immediately ban your account and IP address if they detect that you’re using a bot. This is because most websites, especially footsites like Nike and Adidas, have strict restrictions against the use of bots on their site. To prevent getting banned when using a bot, you need to pair it with a Nike Shoe Bot proxy.
A Nike Shoe Bot proxy will handle all of your web requests for you so any website you visit will only be able to see the IP address of the proxy server and your own IP address will be hidden. By using residential proxies and continuously rotating IPs, the Nike Shoe Bot will have a different IP address each time it sends a set number of requests which deceives websites into thinking that it’s an actual user.
Let’s set up a Nike Shoe Bot proxy server.
How To Use Proxies With Nike Shoe Bot
Step 1. Open the Nike Shoe Bot and click on the Proxies tab. Step 2. Click on Add Proxy List.
Step 3. Enter any proxy name. Step 4. Input your proxy list. If your proxy requires authentication, then put your credentials in username:password format next to the proxies. Step 5. Click on Submit to save it.
Congratulations! You have now successfully set up a proxy server whenever you use the Nike Shoe Bot. A reminder that you have to select your created proxy list whenever you want the bot to do a task.