Instagram can be a great way to flex through social networks and noticing your favorite shoe-lebrity with a sneaker that doesn’t drop for 3 months can be a huge thrill. However, don’t believe the hype when it comes to sellers providing the shoe so far ahead of the release date! Using the ShoeFax app (Apple / Android), we’ve compiled a variety of declining price graphs for recent releases such as the Air Jordan 2 and 11 models, the recently released Air Jordan 6 Carmine, and the popular Nike Air Foamposite Pro Yeezy.
Sales data collected from eBay and Kixify listings show us the pre release price of recent sneakers as well as the constantly declining profit as the sneakers approach their release and eventually get undercut from various sellers.
First, we look at a recently released Air Jordan 11 Low with an upcoming color way as well. Concord has been a huge part of the Air Jordan 11 hype, with a mid top re-release in 2011 changing the game forever. The color way made its way to the low top model, fetching nearly double retail just weeks before its release. The Concord 11 Low has been on a slow but steady decline which proves successful for patient buyers that haven’t fallen prey to pre release hype.
The Concord 11 Low has been on a slow but steady decline which proves successful for patient buyers that haven’t fallen prey to pre release hype.
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