The Nike Basketball 2014 “Easter” Collection is set to launch on April 18th, 2014 that includes the Nike KD VI, Nike Kobe 9 EM, and Nike LeBron 11 Low. Each model features an Easter makeover with three different styled patterns that completes the collection.
Campless recently breakdown the resell price of the Nike 2014 “Easter” Pack with some key insights. As known, the Easter Pack will be difficult to claim leaving many sneakerheads having to possibly pay resell prices. Check out the graphic below and let us know what you think in the comments.
- We haven’t done many GR charts so this is an excellent chance to look at resell premium – commonly known as margin – which is a measure of relative difference in price between retail and resell.
- Only 2 of the 6 Easter pack shoes are selling for considerably more than retail. The KD 4 has a resell premium of 114% and the Kobe 8 premium is 44%.
- The four other shoes, however, are all under 10%. The Lebron 10 actually has a negative resell premium (-23%) indicating that it sells for less than retail on the secondary market (also known as “ain’t nobody want that”).