The Best Sneaker Bots That Dominate 2021

Looking for a shoe bot? Here are some great options.

two of the best sneaker bots in a boxing ring duking it out

So, you’ve read about copping shoes and found yourself looking for a sneaker bot. You’ve probably googled ‘best sneaker bots’ and stumbled upon some article from 2019 which pretends to be relevant. You’ve then asked around Reddit and received dozens of contradicting opinions. And now you’re here. 

I won’t pretend my word is law, or that an indisputably best sneaker bot even exists. In fact, with so many of them around, that’s hardly possible. (The industry is changing too fast!) But I do know a thing or two about botting, and I always keep a pulse on the market. What you’ll find here are some great shoe bots – with a strong reputation and consistent success cooking the hottest drops. 

Let’s get started!

The Best Sneaker Bots for Windows

  • Cybersole (CyberAIO) – One of the best Shopify, Footsites, and Supreme bots.
  • Splashforce – One of the best Demandware bots (that supports more sites as well).
  • Project Destroyer – One of the most versatile AIO bots for experienced users.
  • AIO Bot – One of the best all-in-one bots that’s always in stock.
  • Nike Shoe Bot – A respectable all-in-one bot for (almost) all the main shoe sites.
  • The Shit Bot – Perhaps the best Nike SNKRS bot that still works.
  • Dashe – One of the best cheap sneaker bots for Mac (and Windows) to cook Shopify.

The Best Sneaker Bots for Mac

Due to popular demand, we’ve added a tab dedicated to Mac sneaker bots. There are multiple workarounds to run unsupported bots: Bootcamp, virtual OS, or remote server. But here are some options if you prefer your bot to work natively:

  • Splashforce – a great Adidas bot that’s also an all-in-one.
  • Project Destroyer – a very versatile bot that requires some experience.
  • AIO Bot – a battle-tested all-in-one bot that you can actually buy from its website.
  • Nike Shoe Bot – a consistently successful AIO bot that runs everything but Nike (the irony!).
  • Dashe – a cheap Mac sneaker bot for cooking on Shopify and Supreme.

By the way, if you’re not a fan of Windows, here are the best sneaker bots for Mac.

The Best Sneaker Bots of 2021

1. Cybersole (CyberAIO)

One of the best Shopify, Footsites, and Supreme bots.

cybersole home page

Cybersole is a highly valued and very exclusive all-in-one bot. It supports most shoe websites – including Mesh, which isn’t easy to find. CyberAIO is renowned for its speed and consistent dominance during releases, which continues in 2021. If you manage to get your hands on it, you’ll have good chances at copping even the most hyped kicks. 

Cybersole’s features include unlimited tasks, multi-tab CAPTCHA solver, proxy support, release monitors, restock mode, account import, preloading shipping rates, and more. You can hook it up to a Discord server to log events and automatically launch your tasks once the release starts. Cybersole is also one of the rare bots to have a dedicated mobile app for controlling the bot on the go. 

CyberAIO costs £300 with a £100 renewal fee every six months. That doesn’t sound too much, but: Cybersole is almost never in stock, and it doesn’t do group buys. So, you’ll probably have to get it from a reseller. This will cost you up to $6,000 – ouch. 

Supported sites: Footsites, Shopify, Supreme, Mesh

Operating systems: Windows

Proxy support: Yes

Price: £300 + £100 every six months

Read our full Cybersole review to learn more about the bot.


2. Splashforce

One of the best Demandware bots (that supports more sites as well). 

splashforce home page

As its name suggests (Splash? Splash page? Adidas? Eh, nevermind), Splashforce is primarily a Demandware bot. It supports Shopify, Supreme, and a few other sneaker retailers as well, but Adidas was what got this bot famous. And for good reasons – it works great there.

Splashforce has all the main features you could expect from any self-respecting bot: multiple tasks, Discord notifications, CAPTCHA solving, proxies, and so on. Nothing out of the ordinary. What is extraordinary, however, is how user-friendly Splashforce is. It’s very straightforward to set up and even generates cookies for you automatically. It has localized Discord support, too. So, Splashforce makes a great bot for beginners. 

Splashforce’s licence costs $300 if you manage to get it from the official website. The renewal fee is $60 every six months. On BotBroker (the only reseller Splashforce endorses), the bot will leave your wallet around $1,500 lighter. 

Supported sites: Demandware (Adidas & YeezySupply) Shopify, Supreme, individual sites

Operating systems: Windows, macOS

Proxy support: Yes

Price: $300 + $60 every six months


3. Project Destroyer

One of the most versatile AIO bots for experienced users. 

Project Destroyer home page

While Project Destroyer has had its ups and downs, it’s regarded as one of the better bots in the market. Project Destroyer supports hundreds of Shopify sites, Footsites, Supreme, Mesh, Demandware, and a bunch of individual shoe retailers. Maintaining such a variety of sites is hard, but the bot’s creators assure they are constantly working to keep up with the times. 

Project Destroyer is also known for its customizability. Aside from the usual features, it includes custom functionality, such as waterfall monitoring (to save your proxies), custom shipping rates, Shopify queue bypass, and mass task editing. So, you can min-max the bot to achieve the best performance – if you know how. If you don’t, there are plenty of guides in the knowledge base. Still, ProjectDestroyer is not an easy bot to use. 

Project Destroyer doesn’t cost much upfront ($200), but it has a monthly renewal fee ($35). So, the bot’s maintenance for half a year will drain you $210. Have it for a year and you’re looking at $420. Like most coveted bots, Project Destroyer is often out of stock; it’s around $1,300 in the aftermarket. 

Supported sites: Demandware, Shopify, Supreme, individual sites

Operating systems: Windows, macOS

Proxy support: Yes

Price: $200 + $35 every month


4. AIO Bot

One of the best all-in-one bots that’s always in stock.

AIO Bot home page

Another Nike Bot’s AIO Bot calls itself the original all-in-one bot – and it might as well be so. But we’re not looking for relics; we want to cop now. The good thing is that AIO Bot has held up surprisingly well. It’s still probably one of the most popular sneaker bots in the market. AIO Bot will let you cop over 200 websites, including Shopify, Footsites, and Demandware. No Supreme or Nike though – the creators have separate bots for that. 

AIO Bot’s features include multiple tasks and billing profiles, proxy support, notifications, CAPTCHA harvester, site monitor, queue bypass, and more. It also supports auto-checkout retries in case the website crashes during a release. The bot has a user-friendly interface and is pretty straightforward to use. 

AIO Bot costs $325 with six months of free updates; afterwards, it’s $30-80 to extend the licence. (Note that you can’t use the bot without updating it!). Perhaps the most amazing thing about this bot is that it’s very frequently in stock and still manages to maintain decent success rates. So, it’s a pretty safe bet if you don’t want to pay resale.

Supported sites: Demandware, Shopify, Footsites, individual sites

Operating systems: Windows

Proxy support: Yes

Price: $325 + $30-80 every six months

Read our full AIO Bot review to learn more.


5. Nike Shoe Bot

A respectable all-in-one bot for (almost) all the main shoe sites.

Nike Shoe Bot home page

Nike Shoe Bot is another oldie – in fact, it might be the oldest sneaker bot still in business. But that didn’t stop NSB Bot from being able to consistently win in 2020. Hopefully, the streak will carry on throughout 2021. It supports Shopify, Footsites, Demandware, and Supreme.

Nike Shoe Bot’s distinguishing features revolve around Shopify, which is why it’s so sought after for the platform. They include the ability to add custom Shopify stores, queue-bypass, and even measures against the infamous bot protection. Otherwise, it’s a stellar bot with proxy support, multiple monitors and tasks, CAPTCHA solver, cookie generator, and so on. NikeShoeBot is pretty easy to use thanks to its approachable user interface.

Price-wise, Nike Shoe Bot is pretty expensive: it’s $499 upfront and then after every year of use. On the bright side, it’s always available, so you don’t need to pay exorbitant amounts to resellers. So, the bot can work well for beginners, if they’re willing to invest.

Supported sites: Demandware, Shopify, Footsites, Supreme

Operating systems: Windows, macOS

Proxy support: Yes

Price: $499 every year

Read our full Nike Shoe Bot review to learn more.


6. The Shit Bot

Perhaps the best Nike SNKRS bot that still works. 

The Shit Bot home page

With Nike being so ruthless against botting, there aren’t many bots that can still cook its releases. I can think of AIO’s Nike SNKRS Bot, BetterNikeBot (though not really), Ghost (wait, it’s dead) and… TheShitBot? As it turns out, TheShitBot might not be so shit after all. On the opposite: it’s probably the hottest Nike SNKRS bot right now. 

TheShitBot supports Nike only: you can choose from dozens of regions, but not other platforms or brands. It includes proxy support, mass creation and editing of tasks, cookie harvesting, and more. There are also features to work specifically with Nike accounts, such as an account checker, exclusive access checker, and ability to import multiple accounts at once. Oh, and an in-built address jigger. The bot’s interface is simple to use, even though the copping process isn’t. 

TheShitBot’s retail price is $299. Technically, it’s often available, but at an exorbitant price of $9,999, making the bot effectively out of stock. You can get it from group buys or the aftermarket for much cheaper.

Supported sites: Nike

Operating systems: Windows

Proxy support: Yes

Price: $299


7. Dashe

One of the best cheap sneaker bots for Mac (and Windows) to cook Shopify.

Dashe home page

If you don’t have much money – and want to cop from Shopify or Supreme – consider Dashe. It’s an okay bot with no-nonsense features and native support for multiple operating systems. Some say that Dashe is hit-or-miss, but quite a few sneakerheads have found success with it. So, it’s not the best bot, but also far from the worst. 

Dashe allows creating multiple tasks and profiles, hooking up a Discord group, adding proxies, and solving CAPTCHAs through Gmail accounts. It has an approachable interface and well-written documentation to help you set things up. 

Dashe’s most attractive aspect is price: the bot costs $50/month. That’s quite a bit less compared to other sneaker bots, bot mostly in the short run. Long-term the price adds up. Dashe is often out of stock (sigh) and may cost around $150 for resale. Overall, it’s a good bot to try your hand at sneaker copping without going all in.

Supported sites: Shopify, Supreme

Operating systems: Windows, macOS

Proxy support: Yes

Price: $50/month


 

That was our list. It’s not exhaustive, meaning there are some other great sneaker bots we fail to mention. For example, it doesn’t include Kodai and Balko – both very powerful bots that have been trending lately; or a host of Supreme bots. There simply isn’t enough space, and giving you more options would actually make your choice harder. The best sneaker bots that did make the list are well-balanced, and you should find a tool for any sneaker release. 

What’s next? Pick a bot. Read our articles about sneaker servers, cook groups, and sneaker proxies. Then go cop those kicks!

 

Frequently Asked Questions About Best Sneaker Bots?

How Do You Know Which Sneaker Bots Are Best?

We try them out ourselves. We follow the sneaker market. We watch release success posts. We don’t know these exact bots are best for sure. But they have a strong reputation and have consistently performed well throughout 2020.

What Is the Best Sneaker Bot?

There’s no one best bot – which is a pretty good thing if you ask us. It’s much easier to buy a great shoe bot when you have several options, considering that many are out of stock most of the time. Our article lists sneaker bots that have been doing consistently well this year.

Where Can I Buy a Sneaker Bot?

Try the bot’s official website – maybe you’ll get lucky. Otherwise, there are many Discord markets, as well as websites like BotBroker. You can even rent a bot for a week or month.

19 comments

  1. Plato on November 11, 2020 at 2:25 pm

    Are sneaker bots safe to use? Im talking about putting my credit card info in and other personal information.

  2. Chris Becker on November 12, 2020 at 6:59 am

    Bots live and die on their reputation, and the more popular bots are a big business, worth hundreds of thousands or even millions of dollars. So, they should be relatively safe to use. If you’re still worried about it, you can open a virtual credit card to use with them.

  3. simp on December 14, 2020 at 11:40 am

    Best and affordable sneaker bots in one place! Good job!

  4. J on February 9, 2021 at 8:50 am

    What whould be the best sneaker bot for mac? I mean one that is compatible.

    • Chris Becker on February 10, 2021 at 7:55 am

      It really depends on which site you’re copping from. And if you need a native bot, or you’re willing to use remote desktop software.

  5. MJ on March 23, 2021 at 2:36 pm

    Which one is best bot for nike sneakers? I dont have a big budget

    • Chris Becker on March 25, 2021 at 1:53 pm

      TheShitBot works well, but it’s expensive and hard to find. If you’re only in a few releases, you can try renting a bot instead.

  6. Phill on March 29, 2021 at 1:44 pm

    Can agree, cybersole is the best bot for shopify atm.

  7. Ebs on June 1, 2021 at 7:43 am

    Dashe is definitely the best sneaker bot for beginners. It’s cheap ( why paying a lot for a bot which you possibly wouldn’t understand how to use) . I really recommend it for starters and if you realize that you are into this whole process, you can go with something like AIO. Also, i want to mention, that your articles have impressive illustrations!

  8. Geeorge on June 2, 2021 at 8:25 am

    Is Splashforce really the best yeezy supply bot? Or are there any other options? I’ve been using AIO for the longest time, but now I want to dig deeper into yeezy business. The resale price scares me a little tho. 1.5k? Really?

    • Chris Becker on June 3, 2021 at 10:16 am

      Splashforce is and historically has been a great Yeezy bot. If you want some alternatives, Polaris also works well and is very easy to use.

  9. watermelon on June 7, 2021 at 8:12 am

    HEY Chris! Thanks for the comprehensive list, i wanna try out some of those S tier bots for a shorter period but im not sure how to rent out a sneaker bot like NSB for one drop? is that even doable?

    • Chris Becker on June 8, 2021 at 6:52 am

      Hi watermelon. Sure is, you can rent a bot from places like Tidal.

  10. Noob 85 on June 14, 2021 at 5:59 am

    noob alert! wanna get into sneaker coppin since theres a bag to be made here, but is sneaker botting legal? doesnt it violate some terms and conditions or smth…

    • Chris Becker on June 15, 2021 at 10:37 am

      Sneaker botting isn’t exactly welcome by shoe stores, but it’s also not illegal. At least we haven’t heard any cases about shoe flippers getting sued for botting.

  11. TheEvilOne on July 20, 2021 at 10:27 am

    hey yall, i did the mistake of buying the aio bot as my first bot, it’s not bad or anything but i suggest that the best bots for beginners are actually the ones that you can find for rent. test it out first, see if it works for what you want to do 😉

  12. just zac on August 10, 2021 at 10:11 am

    Cybersole is hands down the best bot for footsites, tho the price makes sense only for big boy copping

  13. Megatron on August 26, 2021 at 7:34 am

    Based on your recommendation I have recently tried the shit bot 💩 for Nike Air Force 1 Low first use drop, worked like a charm. Def the best bot for sneakers when it comes to Nike.

  14. Bjorn L. on August 30, 2021 at 10:40 am

    splashforce is good for yeezy releases, tho absolutely not the best bot for shopify. i think it should be lower on your list (3rd or 4th) since it’s more of a one trick pony… dashe is better for shopify, only my opinion

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