Sneaker Release/Resale Recap April 19th

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04/19/2021 ~ Mohammad Yousaf

On this Weekly Recap, we review resale for Yeezys, some Nike Dunks, and a very hyped Air Jordan 1

This past week definitely introduced us to the better half of April with some very hyped releases. Starting April 12th to April 18th, today we review everything that was hot this past week!

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Adidas Yeezy 500 High Frost Blue


Retail Price: $220

Average Resell: $290

Release Date: April/12/2021


Although the 500 Highs have dropped off when it comes to hype, the Frosted Blue was definitely one of the most hyped colorways.

Light blue suede overlays cover the side while the rest of the upper is built with nylon. For contrast, the eye stays and the toes feature lighter-colored suede. More contrast is then provided by the white laces and lace toggles.

Muted-blue mudguards and cream outsoles finish off the look.

The average price is currently as expected at around $290. That’s a gross profit of $90 per pair which is decent for a 500 High.

Air Jordan 1 Mid “Dutch Green”


Retail Price: $125

Average Resell: $200

Release Date: April/12/2021 (EU)


The Jordan 1 Mid Dutch Green released in women’s sizes in the EU on April 12th.  The Jordan 1 Mids are on the rise and you probably shouldn’t sleep on them anymore.

These sneakers feature an unusual color blocking. Barely Green covers the underlays on the side panels and toe boxes while a darker “Dutch Green” covers the collars, rear panels, and eye stays.

The pink laces are what set these sneakers apart from the rest along with pink Jordan Wings logos on the collars. Black Swooshes, white midsoles, and Dutch Green outsoles complete the design.

As we predicted, the average selling price is $200 which is a gross profit of $75 per pair!

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Retail Price: $160

Average Resell: $280

Release Date: April/15/2021


Following its release in 2018, the Nike Air More Uptempo “Renowned Rhythm” returned this past week in a classic colorway that was popularised by Scottie Pippin.

Clean white leather covers most of these sneakers contrasted by Varsity Red hits. Side panels include perforations contrasted by white embossed “AIR” branding highlighted by a Varsity Red outline.

Nylon tongues reveal more Varsity Red branding while white midsoles with a small Swoosh on the heel and white outsoles with large red Swooshes complete the look.

OFF-WHITE x Converse Chuck 70 (Restock)


Retail Price: $130

Average Resell: $510

Release Date: April/15/2021


The OFF-WHITE Converse Chuck 70 Stripe White restocked this past week and all those that managed to cop probably managed to earn some very decent returns.

This Converse Chuck 70 features clean white canvas uppers with Converse’s address and All-Star badge on the medial sides. Meanwhile, the lateral sides are devoid of any markings or branding.

Midsoles feature OFF-WHITE’s signature zebra stripes while white outsoles with dual branding complete the look.

The average selling price, although reduced, is still at a massive $510 per pair. That’s an average gross profit of $380 per pair. However, the trading range is currently around $350.

Nike Air Griffey Max 1 Varsity Royal


Retail Price: $170

Average Resell: $240

Release Date: April/16/2021

Colorway:  Varsity Royal/White-Volt-Black

After debuting in 1996 and rereleasing in 2016 to celebrate Ken Griffey Jr’s inclusion into the Hall of Fame, the Griffey Max Varsity Royal returned this April.

This sneaker comes constructed with leather and nubuck in a White and Varsity Royal color scheme. Black throats and tongues are wrapped by a large strap with “Nike” and “23” branding.

Large black Swooshes on the forefoots, white midsoles with exposed Air Units, and black outsoles finish off the design.

On StockX, the average selling price for these kicks is $240 which is a $70 gross profit. Had you sold them at peak resale value, gross profits would have been as high as $200.

Nike Dunk High “Dark Sulfur” (W)


Retail Price: $110

Average Resell: $210

Release Date: April/16/2021


Fittingly as part of Nike’s Spring 2021 collection, these Dunk lows sport vibrant colors and released in women’s exclusive sizing.

Uppers are constructed with smooth leather with white covering the side panels, perforated toe boxes, and white tongues that lead up to nylon tongues with Yellow “Nike” banding.

Meanwhile, “Dark Sulfur” which is a vibrant yellow hue, covers the toes, eye stays, collars, and Swooshes. White midsoles and yellow outsoles complete the design.

The average selling price on StockX is $210 which is a respectable $100 gross profit.

Nike Dunk Low “Green Glow” (W)


Retail Price: $100

Average Resell: $310

Release Date: April/16/2021

Colorway: White/Green Glow

Women sneakerheads have been receiving a lot of love from Nike as the Nike Dunk Low Green Glow marks the 4th women’s exclusive release of this Spring.

The uppers feature leather construction with typical color blocking. White underlays are contrasted by Green Glow overlays as well as interiors.

White midsoles and Green Glow outsoles complete the design.

The average selling price for these sneakers is $310 which is a very decent $200 gross profit!

Adidas Yeezy 700 V1 “Bright Blue”

Retail Price: $240

Average Resell: $470

Release Date: April/17/2021


Taking design cues from Yeezy’s “Wave Runner” and “Jesus is King”, this Yeezy 700 features bright blue overlays with contrasting hits.

Uppers feature a mix of nubuck, leather, and mesh with white laces and blue suede toes. Reflective materials surrounded by black suede add another layer of detail while green suede can be seen on the forefoots.

Bright orange midsoles and black herringbone outsoles complete the design.

Average selling prices for these sneakers are, as expected, at around $470 per pair. That’s a very decent gross profit of $230 per pair. At peak resale prices, they’ve even been sold for as high as $700!

Air Jordan 1 High OG “Hyper Royal”


Retail Price: $170

Average Resell: $480

Release Date: April/17/2021

Colorway: Hyper Royal/Light Smoke Grey-White

Finishing off the week with a bang, Jordan brand treated us with the highly anticipated Air Jordan 1 High Hyper Royal.

These Jordans feature a white leather base with faded-blue suede overlays on the toes, collars, rear panels, and eye stays. Meanwhile, grey hits cover the Swooshes and parts of the collars.

Clean white midsoles and Light Smoke Grey outsoles finish off the design.

On reseller’s websites, these sneakers have an average resale value of $480. That’s a very decent $300 gross profit per pair!

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