09/22/2020 ~ 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 Nike Dunk Low Kasina Neptune Green

Lately, we have seen Nike shine many lights on businesses that deserve the recognition that otherwise wouldn’t with a sneaker partnership. Next up on that list is Kasina, a label from Korea that has been doing their part in the community now will receive their own Nike Dunk Low, and they will not miss the opportunity.

One pair arrives in “Sail-University Gold-Industrial Blue” and the other opts for “Sail-White-Neptune Green-Industrial Blue.”

From humble beginnings in the small town of Busan, South Korea, to establishing multiple stores in the happening city of Seoul, Kasina tells its story through this new Nike Dunk Low.

The Neptune Green colorway takes a nod at the main highway between Busan and Seoul with signage that embellishes the sneaker in the form of a hangtag. Moreover, “Busan” and “Seoul” can be found on the heel tabs of each sneaker individually.

“Kasina” is embroidered on the tongue of each sneaker in black, highlighted by red stitching. To further the story, the sneakers come with tissue prints that further hint at road signs from the main highway.

In terms of resale for this sneaker, we saw some interesting numbers. What’s unusual is there are no sales on the StockX Marketplace.

Despite no sales, there have been both bids and asks on the platform for over $1,000!!! If you somehow managed to get your hands on these sneakers – you definitely are in for some huge, huge profit! With a $120 retail, you can not go wrong!

Image via Nike Sportswear

Next up, the Jordan 3 Retro Fragment

The Air Jordan 3 Fragment is the follow up to the very popular 2015 Air Jordan 1 collaboration. Fans waited patiently for Fragment’s founder Hiroshi Fujiwara to drop a new collaboration with Jordan Brand, after a slew of other collaborations with other entities such as Louis Vuitton, Anti-Social Social Club, and Pokemon.

The Air Jordan 3 Fragment brings the lighting bolt brand back to a classic Jordan model.

Following Hiroshi Fujiwara’s love for simplistic motifs, the Air Jordan 3 Fragment comes dressed in white and black. The upper features a primarily white leather upper with a black full-grain leather mudguard.

This collaboration replaces the Elephant print that typically appears on a Jordan 3 with plush black leather embossed with the Fragment lighting bolt logo.

The sneaker’s white midsole has the colorway’s style code and release date printed in black text. To show true unison between the two brands, the Fragment’s lighting bolt logo appears behind a translucent Jumpman, in a similar fashion to August’s Fire Red Denim 3s.

In terms of resale for the Jordan 3 Retro Fragment we saw some really positive numbers. With 80+ sales on the StockX Marketplace, the Jordan 3 racked up an impressive 188% price premium and an average resale price of $761!!!

Image via Sneaker Flies

Finally, the Nike Dunk High Spartan Green

The Dunk High makes its retro return in 2020 with the release of the Nike Dunk High Spartan Green. Ever since Virgil Abloh put his touch on the Dunk Low back in 2019, the traditional basketball silhouette has gained a lot of traction in the new decade for its retro look.

After a plethora of Dunk Low releases, it’s the Nike Dunk High’s turn to touch down on the sneaker scene.

The Nike Dunk High Spartan Green, also known as the Nike Dunk High Pro Green, brings back the familiar shape of the beloved sneaker design.

The Dunk High’s upper features full-grain white and Spartan Green leather on the Swoosh and vamps. Perforations found in the toe give bring complete breathability to the feet.

Original “Wings” can be found towards the ankle of the sneaker, giving the wearer the ability to style the sneaker as they see fit.

Resale on the Nike Dunk High Spartan Green was also really positive. With over 100 sales on the StockX Marketplace, the sneaker has racked up a 150% price premium, leaving a $294 average resale price. With the $110 retail, this is yet again another profitable sneaker.

Image via Kicks on Fire

 

This was another week for resellers that if you copped anything you most likely made some profit!

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Ben Atkinson