10/05/2020 ~ Mohammad Yousaf

Air Jordan 1 High OG Lucky Green History, Detailed Look, and Resale

Jordan brand returns with another retro colorway for their classic Air Jordan 1 silhouette! The Air Jordan 1 High OG Lucky Green price is $170 and releases in women’s exclusive sizing on October 14th. Keep reading as we estimate its resale value and release date later on!

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The Air Jordan 1 High OG Lucky Green is not going to be an easy cop but it’s well worth it. Especially since women’s exclusive AJ1s are on the rise.

Before we estimate its resale, let’s get into some background!

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Air Jordan 1|History

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The Air Jordan 1 even since inception is more than just a performance sneaker. It has become a street-wear icon as people continue to wear them even today, after decades. The timeless style of the Air Jordan 1 however, wasn’t always this appreciated.

In 1985, when Michael Jordan was presented the AJ1. He candidly described them as “Clown Like”. Eventually however, the Jordan 1s did grow on Michael as he continued to wear them for various games.

These sneakers were inspired by the classic Air Force 1 and the Terminator. Although some parts of the Air Jordan 1 had to be changed to fit MJ’s preferences. Such as the soles which had to be slimmer as Michael demanded that he wanted to “Feel the court beneath my feet”.

Peter More, the designer, made sure the sneaker was perfect for the Chicago Bulls’ star, and it was. The Air Jordan 1 released in 1985 for the public for $60 a pair.

Interestingly enough, it even made a name for itself on the skateboard scene. The traction and ankle support was just what skateboarders needed from a sneaker.

Since conception, the Jordan 1 has seen many iterations and re-releases. The latest of which is the Air Jordan 1 High OG Lucky Green.

Air Jordan Retro Colorways

Air Jordan 1 retro sneakers have always been popular but it was never like it is today. Retro sneakers during the early 2000s could have just easily been bought through a store even a few days after release.

Today, certain hyped colorways fly off shelves and stores after just a few hours. Air Jordan 1 Retro colorways for example, are extremely hard to cop through raffles. It’s pretty much a random pick as to who gets to buy one.

Since copping one so difficult due to its popularity, the Air Jordan 1 has great resale value. To estimate resale for the Jordan 1 WMNS “Lucky Green”, let’s head on over to StockX. Assessing similar sneakers can give us a good idea of what to expect.

Air Jordan 1 High OG Satin Snake

Via StockX

Retail Price: $160

Peak Resell: $900

Release Date: 08/17/2019

Colorway: Black/White-University Red

The Air Jordan 1 High OG Satin Snake came in women’s exclusive sizing, featuring a black and red color scheme. The build includes a mix of satin and leather which is seemingly very high quality.

Red is featured on the rear while black is featured on the toe and eye stays. A crisp white leather on the side panels and toe box cleans up the design. A clean white mid-sole and university red out-sole completes the design.

On StockX, the average selling price is $440 which is an average gross profit of $280. At peak resale, profits have been as high as $740 per pair!

Air Jordan 1 Retro High Tie Dye

From StockX

Retail Price: $170

Peak Resale: $580

Release Date: 06/26/2020

Colorway: White/Black-Aurora Green

The Air Jordan 1 Retro High Tie Dye features a current fan favorite “Tie Dye” color tone. Dominated by Aurora green patterns, white leather on the side panels provide some contrast. A Black leather ‘Swoosh’, collar lining, and toe box further exaggerates the green color tones.

A white mid-sole and black out-sole finishes off the design.

On StockX, the average selling price is $290 which is an average gross profit of $120. Had you sold them at peak resale, profits would have been as high as $410 per pair. I believe the Air Jordan 1 High OG Lucky Green will have very similar resale value.

Air Jordan 1 Retro High Pine Green

From StockX

Retail Price: $170

Peak Resell: $400

Release Date: 02/29/2020

Colorway: Black/Pine Green-White-Gym Red

The Air Jordan 1 Retro High Pine Green draws inspiration from the 2019 Pine Green version. This time however, most of the upper features black and pine green color tones.

The upper is constructed with fine tumbled leather with Pine Green overlay, sail mid-soles and matching green out-soles completes the design.

On StockX, the average selling price is $220 which is an average gross profit of $50. Had you sold them at peak resale, profits would have been as high as $230.

Air Jordan 1 High OG Lucky Green

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Via Nike

Retail Price: $170

Estimated Resell: $280

Release Date: October/14/2020

Colorway: Lucky Green/White-Sail-Black

This women’s exclusive Air Jordan 1 is inspired by a rookie Michael Jordan’s 63-point victory against the Boston Celtics in 1986. The performance was so mesmerizing that even MJ’s competition joked about him being a deity disguised as a man.

This sneaker features Boston Celtics inspired color tone with a nod to the Chicago Bulls through a few hits of red.

White leather is featured on the toe box and side panels while a black ‘Swoosh’ and laces provide contrast. Meanwhile, a nod to the Chicago Bulls comes in the form of red branding on the tongue and collar.

Finally, a sail mid-sole and black out-sole finishes off the design.

Take a closer look with these detailed official images.

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Estimated Resale Value

If you’ve read the Hypemaster Playbook. You’d know that women’s exclusive Air Jordan 1 Highs are on the rise. Thus I believe the Air Jordan 1 High OG Lucky Green will be quite profitable.

To get your money back on StockX, you’ll need to sell for at least $200. Using my estimated resale value, I expect pure profits of around $80 per pair.

If you can sell on websites that offer service fee waivers such as eBay. You can expect profits of over $100 on average.

Air Jordan 1 High OG Lucky Green| Where to Buy

You can buy this sneaker at select retailers and Nike for $170 (W) on October the 14th. I suggest using multiple accounts to apply or using a bot as these will be hard to grab.

You can also cop them today for resale prices from websites such as StockX.

Conclusion

Air Jordan 1 High OG Lucky Green

Retail Price: $170

Estimated Resell: $280

Release Date: October/14/2020

Where to Buy: (Retail) Nike

                           (Resale) StockX

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-Mohammad