This surely has been an exciting past week and an exciting year in 2021! Today, we go through our routine weekly recap and take a look at the best sneakers to buy and resell from December 27th to January 2nd. Stay tuned for all the details!
2021 is now over but the new year brings tons of new opportunities in the form of profitable sneakers. Check out what January 2022 has to offer in terms of lucrative sneaker drops! For the best guide on sneaker-reselling, check out the highly reviewed Hypemaster Playbook!
Without further delay, let’s get right to it!
SoleFly x Air Jordan 1 Low Carnivore
- Retail Price: $150
- Average Resell: $270
- Release Date: Monday, December 27th, 2021
- Colorway: Black/Sport Red-Desert-Gum Medium Brown
- Style Code: DN3400-001
The Solefly x Air Jordan 1 Low was a highly sought-after release and one that sold out as soon as it dropped.
The uppers feature black leather on the sides, Swooshes, and eye stays while animal print leather covers the toes and rears.
Contrasting red suede toe boxes add a fiery touch and complement the tongue tags. Meanwhile, black midsoles and brown/black outsoles finish off the design.
On the secondary market, these sneakers aren’t as profitable as we expected but still resell for around $270 per pair.
Air Jordan 11 Adapt Legend Blue
- Retail Price: $500
- Average Resell: $650+
- Release Date: Tuesday, December 28th, 2021
- Colorway: NEUTRAL GREY/DARK POWDER BLUE
- Style Code: DO6365-001
The uppers on the Air Jordan 11 Adapt Legend Blue are made of a distinctive light grey synthetic material with a delicate blue grid-like design that gives off a futuristic impression.
Unlike the Columbia colorway, which had white mudguards, they feature a smooth gray leather that matches the eye stays and tongue’s heel pulls.
The aesthetic is completed with Jordan branding on the collars, light-up buttons on the midsoles, and ice blue outsoles.
On the secondary market, these kicks are reselling for around $700 per pair! That’s a whopping price tag but even with a $500 retail price, those are very decent profits.
Nike Dunk High Moon Fossil
- Retail Price: $110
- Average Resell: $160
- Release Date: Friday, December 28th, 2021
- Colorway: BLACK/MOON FOSSIL-BLACK
- Style Code: DD1869-002
The Nike Dunk High Moon Fossil also dropped this past week in a two-tonal color scheme Underlays feature smooth black leather with titular ‘Moon Fossil’ hues cover the toes, eye stays, Swooshes, and heel overlays.
White midsoles and Moon Fossil outsoles complete the design.
On the secondary market, these kicks are reselling for around $155 which is a $45 gross profit.
Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG Patent Bred
- Retail Price: $170
- Average Resell: $410
- Release Date: Thursday, December 30th, 2021
- Colorway: Black/White-Varsity Red
- Style Code: 555088-063
The Air Jordan 1 High OG Patent Bred was released with quite a bit of clout, selling out instantly when they were released last week.
The uppers have been given a ‘Bred’ makeover. The side panels, eye stays, and toes are all covered in glossy black patent leather, with flaming red leather Swooshes on the sides.
The heels and collars, which feature black Jordan Wings patterns, are complemented with perforated red toe boxes.
The style is completed with tongues with “Nike Air” branding, textured white midsoles, and Varsity Red outsoles.
A red embossed Jump-Man insignia is included on the unique packaging for these sneakers as well.
On the secondary market, these sneakers are reselling for over $400 which is over double the return!
Nike Dunk Low Midas Gold
- Retail Price: $100
- Average Resell: $160
- Release Date: Saturday, January 1st, 2022
- Colorway: Midas Gold /Tough Red-White
- Style Code: DD1391-701
Last but not least and starting off the new year, we have the Nike Dunk Low Midas Gold.
These kicks feature Midas Gold underlays and Tough Red overlays that appear on the Swooshes, toes, heels, and eye stays. White midsoles and red outsoles finish off the look.
On the secondary market, these kicks are reselling for average prices of around $160 which is a $60 gross profit.
For more release/resale guides and weekly recaps, stay tuned!