When someone first explained Purchasing Power Parity to you you probably started drawing swords (or boobs) in your notebook just so you would seem interested. We’re not judging, we did too. The basis for it is the “law of one price.” Just like those papers we all “wrote” for that lit class in college, we’re only using the part that supports our argument, “the law of one price.” Man’s one price is generally somewhere around $100. If it costs less than $100 we’re probably going to buy it because it looks good, has buttons, is comfortable, gets us drunk, or will get us laid. While these Vans Vault Authentic LX Knoll kicks won’t fit into the “all of the above” category, the suede and canvas upper and authentic Knoll Textiles fabric certainly can’t hurt in some of them. Can you really afford to pass up this pair of kicks when they’re less than $100?