5 Sneakers to Resell That Aren’t Yeezys or Jordans [2020]

By October 30, 2020 Sneakers

SNEAKERS TO RESELL 2020 AIO FEATWith this year finally coming to an end, there’s nothing sweeter than making fast cash off sneakers you’ve paid retail for. You know, like the type of sneakerhead who only cops Nike Dunks because the afterpay is that good. So they wouldn’t mind investing in a money-shredding, high maintenance sneaker bot because they know they’re on the winning team. Whether that is or isn’t the case for you, we’re assuming you’re sore for Holiday cash with a dope deadstock collection up for sacrifice. Or you’re in or thinking about joining the sneaker reselling game and want to know where to find long-term value in sneakers to resell. Smart move, if that’s what you’re doing. 

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Nike Air Force 1 CLOT “Rose Gold Silk”CLOT AIR FORCE 1 ROSE GOLD

CLOT, the streetwear brand with a mission to merge Eastern and Western cultures, merged nicely with the Nike Air Force 1 early this year. For $250 at retail, this rosy collaboration is now valued at $600 on average. Unless you’re selling it with a Special Box, then it skyrockets to $1,950!

Nike Air Force 1 High Just Don “All Star Blue”JUST DON AIR FORCE 1 BLUE

Just Don, the luxury sportswear brand that reinvents popular apparel, teamed up with the authentic Air Force 1 High on All-Star Weekend 2020. The crispy blue exterior of the sneaker makes it recognizable from just about every angle. With the Just Don branding in red elevating the collaborative masterpiece. The luxury brand deconstructed the beloved 1982 Nike model for $200 at retail. You’ll find it reselling for $570 on average on StockX.

Nike SB Dunk Low Travis ScottTravis Scott Nike SB Dunks

Arguably one of Travis Scott’s top creations and this year’s best sneakers is the Nike SB Dunk Low Travis Scott. This Cactus Jack inspired pair dropped on Leap Day 2020 at a retail price of $150. $50 extra than what usual Dunks are used to and roughly $30 extra than what fancy Dunks aim for. But hey, it’s still holding the stage at $1,230 on average. So, it’s too late to care about retail unless you were one of the lucky ones who copped it fresh.

Nike Air Fear of God 1 String “The Question”FEAR OF GOD 1 HYPE SNEAKERS

A single day before the Nike SB Dunk Low Travis Scott release, the Nike FoG 1 String dropped in the sail-inspired colorway. Which as you know by now, is one of this year’s most popular colorways. Off White Jordans cooked it up real fancy and Yeezys wiped the stage with neutral tones. So, this Nike FoG collaboration combined premium quality, killer looks, and brand status. It sold at a retail price of $350 and is reselling at $745 on average. If you’re an “invest it where you made it” fellow, the potential $400 profit you’ll get reselling a single pair can save you one copping expense. If you think about it, you can almost pay for two Yeezys or Jordans with that money.

JJJJound New Balance 992 “Grey”JJJJOUND NB 992 GREY

We don’t know about you, but the JJJJound New Balance collaboration was a sentimental bomb! Damn it felt good and hurt to inspect that minimalist mood board. You can say that the innovative spirit of JJJJound came, saw, and teamed up with New Balance. Considering that NB, for the first time, is on the leading list of sneaker releases and hype stories. As a result of its “Made in USA” productivity in a brutal economic and health state worldwide. Two 992 sneakers dropped in grey and green colorways for $260. And are reselling for $680 and $560 respectively.

 

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