The Air Jordan 5 has been a fashion statement since its debut in 1990. Its molded foam upper and icy translucent sole set trends for footwear both on the court and in pop culture. Now, 30 years later, it is one of the most buzzing Jordan silhouettes on the planet. From OG Retros to Off-White collaborations, the 5 has been on a spectacular run in 2020 and StockX wanted to show why.
StockX dove deep into their data to uncover why the Jordan 5 is seeing such a resurgence. What they found is astounding. Since 2018, the average Jordan 5 has increased by 36% in price premium – and 2020 isn’t over just yet. Some of the years biggest Jordan 5 releases – including the Jordan 5 Off-White Sail and Jordan 5 What The – are on the horizon. Strong sales performances of each release could add even more value to Jordan 5s as whole.
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