11/16/2020 ~ Ben Atkinson

To give you a better idea of the sneaker resale market and its trends, we are debuting weekly recap articles. 

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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 Jordan 5 Retro What The

To honor the 30th Anniversary of the Jordan 5, Jordan Brand added a “What The?” treatment to its catalog with the Jordan 5 What The.

This design boasts a mix of materials and details from Jumpman’s best Non-OG Jordan 5 colorways, including the Tokyo, Shanghai, Raging Bull, Bel-Air, Laser, Green Bean, Olive, and Quai 54 colorways.

In true mismatched fashion, each foot of the Jordan 5 What The showcases a different look. On the right, yellow suede from the Tokyo 5 smothers the upper atop a purple and blue speckled Belair 5 midsole with a patterned interior pulled from the Jordan 5 Olive.

On the left, red suede tributing the Raging Bull Jordan 5 covers the upper atop a black, grey, and lime green sole that references the Quai 54 iteration.

Heel embroidery nodding to the Shanghai and Tokyo models, icy translucent outsoles, and 3M reflective tongues complete this scrambled iteration.

In terms of resale for the Jordan 5 Retro What The, we’ve seen some unexpected numbers. I say unexpected, but not in a great way. With over 1,000 sales on StockX, the Jordan 5 Retro What The has racked up a price premium of 11.4% and an average resale price of $267.

With the retail price being $220, this sneaker isn’t the greatest pick up this week!

Image via StockX Marketplace

Next up, the Jordan 1 Retro High COJP Midnight Navy (2020),

If there is anything that we learned from summer 2020 releases like the Nike Dunk Low Samba or the Jordan 1 CO.JP Neutral Grey, it’s that CO.JP came back and bigger than ever before.

Jordan Brand revived another colorway from the 2001 Jordan 1 CO.JP Pack with the Jordan 1 CO.JP Midnight Navy. The original Jordan 1 CO.JP Midnight Navy first released as a Japanese exclusive in 2001.

With only 3,000 pairs produced, the 2001 Navy CO.JP is one of the rarest Jordan 1 releases of all time. Now, for the first time in almost two decades, the Midnight Navy CO.JP made a return.

Dressed in white tumbled leather, navy suede overlays, and a silver Swoosh, the Jordan 1 CO.JP Midnight Navy holds many of the same attributes as the OG.

The only point of difference between this 2020 iteration and the OG is that the 2020 pair features classic Nike branding on the tongue instead of the Jumpman embroidery.

A sail midsole, navy outsole, and bubble Wings logo on the ankle complete the throwback design.

In terms of resale for the Jordan 1 Retro High COJP Midnight Navy (2020), the numbers are looking really positive. With just under 600 sales on the StockX Marketplace, the sneaker has racked up a price premium of 48.2% and an average resale price of $262.

Image via Sneaker News

Finally, the Adidas Yeezy 700 V3 Safflower,

Another vibrant release for Ye and co is coming, with the revelation of the Yeezy 700 V3 “Srphym” — now relabelled the YEEZY 700 V3 “Safflower”

This yellow-hued release will follow in the footsteps of the “Azareth” in featuring colorful Primeknit uppers and color-tinted translucent caging overlays, the latter will receive a glow-in-the-dark finish.

The sneakers bear typical black sock liners, and muted hues underfoot, including a fawn midsole and light gum rubber outsole. Like all other 700 V3 models, the “Safflower” omits a BOOST midsole in favor of an EVA foam midsole.

As we’ve talked about before, Yeezy is desperately in need of a revival. With no new models releasing, people are basically relying on the 700 and 350s for new colorways.

In terms of resale for the Safflower, we saw some typical numbers from Yeezy.

With 105 sales on the StockX Marketplace, the sneaker has racked up a price premium of 38% and an average resale price of $296.

Image via Sneaker News

 

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!

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Stay safe, healthy, and happy,

Ben Atkinson