This guide is all about Mesh Sites! What exactly are Mesh sites? To keep it simple, Mesh sites are sites that are hosted on the Mesh platform, instead of Shopify. Usually, these sites will have websites (Frontend), and Mobile Apps (Backend). What does this mean? Most Hype shoe drops and restocks for Mesh sites will be released through the Frontend and the Backend will likely be closed. The best way to check if the Backend is opened is to try and open the App on a mobile device. If the App doesn’t open or shows a connection error message, this means that the Backend is closed for the release or restock. This doesn’t mean that they never release through the App, but they rarely do. For FootPatrol and Size.co.uk restocks, try to open the App first to check if it’s open because there have mainly been Frontend restocks lately.
Mesh sites have their own security which makes it impossible for almost all DC proxies to access their site. AIO DC, Resi Proxies or a GB Resi Data Plan must be used in most cases. If AIO DC proxies are being used, make sure that the proxy provider says they specifically work for Mesh Sites, because a lot of providers are already banned. Please note that not all Resi and AIO DC Proxies work for Mesh Sites. When using a GB Resi Data Plan, it’s recommended to use “Waterfall Monitor” in the Settings tab to save data. Static proxies will work best for Mesh Sites. Proxy:Task Ratio doesn’t need to be high, 1:1 or 2:1 is fine.
Mesh sites tend to update their bot protection every few weeks. Recommended to use Credit / Debit / VCC cards that do not have 3D secure (eg: Privacy). Footpatrol and Size? ships internationally. JD Sports UK and The Hip Store are usually UK only.
These sites are categorized by two modes: Frontend (website) and Backend (Mobile App). It is recommended to make tasks for both Frontend and Backend for drops/restocks. The best way to check if the backend is open is to access the site’s Mobile App. If the App does not open or shows a Connection Error message, this means that the Backend (Mobile App) is closed for the drop / restock. In that case, run your Frontend tasks only and vice versa.
Example of a Frontend setup for Footpatrol:
Example of a Backend setup for Footpatrol:
Mesh sites use SKU or Variant input only:
Here is an example of a mesh website URL: https://size.co.uk/black-yeezy-350/187549/
At the end of the site URL, the SKU is found. In this URL, the SKU is 187549
FootPatrol - Use the SKU, combined with _footpatrolcom at the end. *Only for FootPatrol*
Example of a FootPatrol SKU: 341391_footpatrolcom
SKU : 1247088
SKU : 192102
SKU : 213082
Variants are the size links of the specific item. Variants perform the best and should be used if they are available.
Size UK 8: 030664.000870670
Size UK 9: 030664.000870682
Example of Variant Frontend setup for Size (UK) using variants:
Only Footpatrol Frontend have captchas. You can set up your captcha harvesters for those sites by either using the in bot Captcha Harvester or AYCD autosolve. It is highly recommended to login the captcha harvester(s) with trusted gmail accounts.
Set Error and Monitor Delays between 8000ms - 10 000ms. Start tasks 5-10 minutes before the release, to be prepared in case the product drops early. Closer to the drop-time, lower both delays to around 3500. With Mesh sites, the best thing to do is to let the tasks run. The only errors to be worried about are “Fatal” and “Banned from Carting'', then simply restart the task.
Make a few tasks for each item you are interested in and set all sizes to Random. If the task has a Size selected, it will stop after that size is OOS. This only applies if you are using the SKU feature. When using the Variant feature, the task will only select the size according to the variant you input.
Start all tasks 5-10 minutes before you think the Restock might begin, this will take experience or check with your trusted cook group on the estimated dropt time. Save all Restock tasks and load them for the next week, continue to build and edit the file each week to save setup time.
Errors & FAQs
Monitoring: Proxy region or provider is most likely banned
Loading Queue (White Words): If stuck here, Proxies are dead.
Loading Queue (Yellow Words): Input is wrong or the task is in Variant mode.
Fetching Auth Failed: Normal, keep running if stuck here.
Auth Failed: Normal, keep running if stuck here.
Auth Failed 2: Normal, keep running if stuck here.
Banned from Carting: Restart the task. This will clear the cookies and lift the ban.
Error Submitting Payment: Item is OOS or the payment processor has crashed. Keep tasks running. Please open a ticket and send logs.
Creating Payment Failed 409: Item is OOS.
Q: Why am I stuck in a Captcha Loop?
A: It’s not a Captcha loop. Mesh tasks constantly request Captcha for every ATC
Q: What time do restocks start? What will be restocking?
A: We do not know, it’s always random.
Q: What delays should I use for Restocks?
A: 2000-4000 for both delays.
Q: Do they ship to the USA?
A: Yes, shipping is Worldwide for Footpatrol and Size (UK).
Q: When should I start Harvesting Cookies?
A: Up to 3 days before the drop. .