Sneaker/Streetwear Market Recap Week of November 30th

Learn Sneaker Reselling
12/06/2020 ~ Ben Atkinson

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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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First up, the Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Black Red,

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Yes, you read that correctly. No this is not 2017, 2018, 2019, in fact, this is 2020. What else would we expect from this year?

Kanye once again has foregone creativity and re-released one of the most iconic Yeezys, the Breds. And yes, I’m wondering the same question: When will Yeezy release something new?

Resellers need something exciting from Yeezy and so far we just haven’t gotten it.

Like Adidas Yeezy‘s past restocks, the pair is an exact replica of the original. The Primeknit frame is coated entirely in black shades, matching even that of the side stripe that dresses the profile in a tighter weave.

Red type then marks “SPLY-350” over top, while dotted lines at the heel complement their design.

Further use of the dark neutral can then be found at the laces, the lining, and even the sole whose slightly translucent finish subtly reveals the white-dressed BOOST within.

In terms of resale for the sneakers, we are seeing expected numbers. With 1,1000 sales on StockX, the Yeezy Bred has racked up a price premium of 73.6% and an average resale price of $455.

Pretty much what we expected to see going into the release. But please, please, please, release something new and exciting Kanye!

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Next up, the Jordan 4 Retro Manila.

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Ladies and gentlemen, this might be the craziest sneaker of 2020? All-time? Who knows.

What we can say is this is the craziest release of the week, stay tuned for the insane numbers to come!

Releasing exclusively at Nike Manila in the Philippines is a hyper strike drop of the Air Jordan 4 “Manila”, the country’s capital.

Inspired by the city’s official flag, this highly exclusive drop – limited to a mere 150 pairs – is covered in quality green leathers with an ostrich texture on the tongue and a “stingray” leather texture on the mudguard.

Offset with a sharp back on the nettings, laces, exterior wings + heel, and sock liner, the Air Jordan 4 “Manila” also features a yellow Jumpman hangtag with hits of red, blue, and yellow on the outsole – a nod to the flag of the Philippines.

This is the first such exclusive to the country, so there’s no question these will be highly, highly sought after.

As you might expect, we don’t have any current sales on StockX but that doesn’t mean we have no clue about what the market will look like.

One look at the StockX asks and you have to question everything you’ve ever known about sneakers. With asks reaching 60,000+, if you somehow got a pair of these, you might as well retire.

Now I say “if you somehow” but I can almost guarantee no general resellers got any pairs. These are so limited and so pricey, these drops tend to go to those on the inside. But, you never know!

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Finally, the Jordan 1 High Zoom Air CMFT Summit White Black (W),

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For this variation, it is the titular shade which holds responsibility of covering most of the upper’s ground.

A “Summit Sail” colors the exterior of the Zoom-cushioned bottom piece entirely, and distributes itself in sections such as the toe boxes, quarter paneling, rear/forefoot overlays and the ankle flaps throughout the base.

Contrasting hits of black balance everything out through the Swooshes, shoe strings and tongue panels, as well as on the interior which are finished with a white Jumpman logo.

This release really wasn’t anything super special. It was definitely a profitable drop, as you’ll see in a second, but in terms of the sneaker itself there isn’t much.

In terms of resale for the Jordan 1 High Zoom Air CMFT Summit White Black (W), we’ve seen 615+ sales, a price premium of 69.3% and an average resale price of $238.

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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