Sneaker/Streetwear Market Recap Week of December 14th

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We’ll begin this weekly market recap by taking a look at some of the hottest kicks that dropped this week!

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Make sure to go check out the 2020 Supreme Resell Bible! It includes insider tips for copping the latest Supreme drops, FREE lifetime updates for all customers, both manual and bot techniques, and updated Fall/Winter 2020 to get in on lucrative holiday season action!

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First up, the Nike SB Dunk Low Sean Cliver:

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Nike SB and Sean Cliver came together for a holiday special to close out 2020.

Sean Cliver has a knack for designing Christmas-themed sneakers, like the 2012 Nike SB Dunk Krampus and this 2020’s Nike SB kept the holiday spirit alive with a brighter hued Dunk Low.

The Nike SB Dunk Low Sean Cliver is filled with holiday cheer.

The upper holds a mix of sky blue suede and white tumbled leather, adding luxe looks to the skateboarding sneaker.

Next, a metallic gold Swoosh shines on the upper as well, matching a gold speckled, blue outsole and gold embroidered Nike logo on the heel.

The sneaker’s toe displays air holes patterned after snowflakes, while the insoles continue the festive design by showcasing Christmas elves painting holiday toys.

With 130+ sales on StockX alone, the Nike SB Dunk Low Sean Cliver has achieved a price premium of 581.8% and an average resale price of $672.

If you were able to pick up a pair of these, you are in for a great profit. This is a great shoe and just what resellers needed!

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Next up, the Nike Air Force 1 Low Kith Knicks Away:

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Ronnie Fieg’s Air Force 1 collaborations with KITH have been the talk of the town of late.

With an impending regional-exclusive release to celebrate their first location in Japan, and their recently raffled Family and Friends offering for COVID-19 relief, it seems fitting that news of general release is on the way.

Born and raised in Queens, the KITH figurehead has undoubtedly been infected with the Big Apple’s love for sports.

And although at this early stage the collection’s inspiration is still a little unclear, one cannot help make the comparison to colors worn by New York sports teams past and present.

The City’s signature colors hit two Uptown options, one white- and the other black-based, each featuring pops of royal blue and orange throughout mimicking uniforms of the New York Knicks and Mets.

With 52 sales on the StockX Marketplace, the sneaker has racked up an average resale price of $315. Not a bad profit for any of you resellers out there!

Kith x Nike Air Force 1 Low 'New York' Release Date CZ7928-001 CZ7928-100 | Sole Collector
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Finally, the Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Sand Taupe:

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The Yeezy 350 V2 continued its reign in 2020 with the release of the Sand Taupe colorway.

The sneaker brings back Adidas and Yeezy’s love for taupe colors that appear on many of their silhouettes.

Drops such as the Yeezy 500 Blush, 350 V2 Flax, and 350 Oxford Tan all feature similar hues. This Yeezy adds to that lightly shaded collection.

The Yeezy 350 V2 Sand Taupe features three colors on the sneaker’s upper.

Its Primeknit construction is similar to the other 350 V2 colorways that have released.

The midsole is filled with Adidas’ signature BOOST cushioning to add comfort with every step, plus another set of laces are included with the sneaker to add versatility.

In terms of resale, the Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Sand Taupe had some measly numbers. With a price premium of 16.8%, the sneaker achieved 66+ sales on StockX with an average resale price of $273.

Image via High Snobiety

 

Even if you did take a small loss this week, at least you learned that specific sneakers don’t do well on the market. You’ll be able to easily tell what sneakers will be profitable in the future. This information is so so so valuable.

Make sure to go check out the 2020 Supreme Resell Bible! It includes insider tips for copping the latest Supreme drops, FREE lifetime updates for all customers, both manual and bot techniques, and updated Fall/Winter 2020 to get in on lucrative holiday season action!

We just dropped our YouTube Channel! Make sure to check it out, leave a like and let us know what future content you would like to see from the Six Figure Sneakerhead Team!

As always, make sure you check out our HypeMaster Playbook to understand how you can make massive profits from sneakers each and every week! For daily information about the hottest kicks, check out our Instagram, and subscribe to our newsletter!

Thank you guys for tuning into this weekly market recap brought to you by SixFigureSneakerhead! 

Stay safe, healthy, and happy,

Ben Atkinson at SixFigureSneakerhead 

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