09/19/2020 ~ Mohammad Yousaf

Kasina Nike Dunk Low Industrial Blue Background, Release Details, and Resell

The second colorway out of the Kasina x Nike collaboration is just around the corner and you do not want to miss this one out! The Kasina Nike Dunk Low Industrial Blue price is $120 and releases on the 25th of September. Keep reading for all the details!

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Before we get into details for the Kasina Nike Dunk Low Industrial Blue. Let me walk you through some background information.

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Nike Dunk Low| A Cult Favorite

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Created in 1985, the Nike Dunk Low was made specifically for basketball. Similar to the Air Jordan 1, these sneakers go way back with the skateboarding scene and shares an interesting history.

Before the Nike SB Division was formed in the 2000s. The Nike Dunk Low was the go-to sneaker for skaters.

Dressed in funky colorways with great ankle supper and traction, the Dunk was seemingly the perfect shoe for skaters. Couple that and the 3M reflective panels with the low price and you’ve got yourself an irresistible deal.

Not only were these features helpful with maneuvering and sticking skaters to their boards, it didn’t break the bank. This sneaker is exactly what inspired Nike to create the SB Division after recognizing this highly lucrative market.

Today, many believe that more so than a performance focused shoes, the Dunk Low is now a lifestyle one. The inclusion of suede and similar materials pretty much support that claim. However, this lifestyle sneaker in 2020 has become a cultural icon.

Similar to other Dunk collaborations, the Kasina Nike Dunk Low Industrial Blue is also expected to be extremely popular.

Kasina x Nike Dunk

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EunHyuk Lee, the founder of Kasina, has an ambitious vision for his brand. That ambition is unprecedented by any other Korean street-wear company so far.

Kasina used to be a Skateboard shop with no street-wear clothing in the beginning. They did however, have sports-wear from companies such as Adidas and Nike.

Lee admitted in an interview that Korea pretty much borrowed all of its styles and trends from Japan. Anything that’s hot in that region, particularly Tokyo, is imported to South Korea.

EunHyuk Lee believes that his company will establish South Korea’s own street-wear identity. It will do so through exciting new collaborations with brands such as Reebok and now Nike. Lee today is renowned as a catalyst for street-wear in South Korea.

Before we estimate resale for the Kasina Nike Dunk Low Industrial Blue. Let’s head on over to StockX.

Nike Dunk Low Plum

From StockX

Retail Price: $100

Peak Resell: $600

Release Date: 02/07/2020

Colorway: Day Break/Barn-Plum

The Nike Dunk Low Plum is a highly limited sneaker that dropped back in February. It features a purple upper with darker “Plum” suede overlay. It also features maroon hits on the ‘Swoosh’, laces, heel tabs, and tongue.

Down below, a crisp white mid-sole and maroon out-sole finishes off the design. Love them or hate them, these kicks are quite the head turners!

On StockX, the average selling price is $270 which is an average gross profit of $170. At peak resale prices, gross profits are as high as $500 per pair! I believe the Kasina Nike Dunk Low Industrial Blue will have even higher resale prices.

Nike Dunk Low SP Kentucky

From StockX

Retail Price: $100

Peak Resell: $670

Release Date: 03/14/2020

Colorway: White/Varsity Royal

Nike celebrated Nike Dunk’s 35th anniversary with this Kentucky colorway. Originally released back in 1985 as part of Nike’s college colors program, it has made a return in march of 2020.

The Nike Dunk Low Kentucky 2020 remains true to the original with white and blue color blocking over the upper. A white mid-sole and blue out-sole finishes off the design.

On StockX, the average selling price per pair is a respectable $300. That’s an average gross profit of $200 while at peak resale prices, gross profits are as high as $570 per pair! The Kasina Nike Dunk Low Industrial Blue will likely have higher profit margins.

Kasina Nike Dunk Low Neptune Green

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Retail Price: $120

Peak Resell: N/A

Release Date: 09/18/2020

Colorway: Sail/White-Neptune Green

Although it’s probably only been a day since release, the Kasina Nike Dunk Low Neptune Green is already one of fall’s most anticipated releases.

Dressed in white and aqua marine overlay, these sneakers set themselves apart.  A white mid-sole and a translucent out-sole finishes off the design. Setting aside the aesthetics, these Dunks tell Korea’s story, particularly referencing to their main highways connecting Busan and Seoul.

Although no sales have yet been made on StockX, bids have reached to over $1,200! Although I estimate resale to be around $700 later on. I believe the Kasina Nike Dunk Low Industrial Blue will have very similar resale value.

Kasina Nike Dunk Low Industrial Blue

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Retail Price: $120

Estimated Resell: $600

Release Date: September/25/2020

Colorway: Sail/White-Industrial Blue

Kasina tells its story though their latest collaboration, using Nike’s hottest silhouettes. From humble beginnings in the small town of Busan to opening various shops in the sprawling metropolis of Seoul. Kasina takes a nods at travel within South Korea with their latest sneakers.

The Kasina Nike Dunk Low Industrial Blue draws inspiration from ’80s Korean transport. It mirrors the look and feel of Seoul’s vintage buses, down to a unique hang-tag that re-imagines the steering wheel.

The sneaker is primarily dressed in white with darker blue overlay. Golden swooshes and a lateral stripe on the rear provide contrast. Finally, a sail mid-sole and black out-sole completes the design.

Take a moment to enjoy these official images.

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Resale Value

Although they industrial blue colorway is almost identical to the Neptune Green colorway. I believe these won’t be quite as profitable because they’re easier to get however, the Industrial Blue will still be very profitable.

To get your money back on StockX, you’ll need to sell for at least $145. By using my estimated resell value, that’s an average gross profit of around $450 per pair!

On websites such as eBay with service fee waivers, profits may be even higher.

Kasina Nike Dunk Low Industrial Blue-Where to Buy

Unlike the Neptune Green sneakers. The Kasina Nike Dunk Low Industrial Blue will be available at Kasina and Nike SNKRS Asia at September 25th for $120.

You can also buy them at reseller websites such as StockX.

Conclusion

Kasina Nike Dunk Low Industrial Blue

Retail Price: $120

Estimated Resell: $600

Release date: September/25/2020

Where to Buy: (Retail) SNKRS Asia

                           (Resale) StockX

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