Fans of the Kanye West should be happy to know that the Adidas Yeezy Boost 700 MNVN Geode is now available for purchase at below retail. This latest colorway is inspired by the rocky landscape of Arizona, and features a mix of charcoal and grey tones on the upper. It is certainly a comfortable, stylish shoe that is perfect for a casual walk or a night out on the town.
The 700 MNVN features a Pale Lilac nylon upper with Metallic Silver “700” branding on the lateral side. The tongues, laces, and collar are done in a Charcoal hue atop a full-length enclosed Boost Black sole. The chunky midsole provides ample cushioning, while the breathable upper keeps your feet comfortable all day long. Whether you’re running errands or hitting the dance floor, the Adidas 700 Geode is sure to keep you comfortable and stylish. If you’re interested in grabbing a pair for retail or below, refer to the details below.
Where To Buy The Adidas Yeezy Boost 700 MNVN Geode
- Release Date: 2022-04-19
- Style Code:GW9526
- Color: Geode / Geode / Geode
Buy it on StockX below retail, CLICK HERE
You can clearly see from the chart above that the average sale price of the shoe is about 14.75% below its retail price. Retailers are certainly going to have a heck of time getting their inventory off the shelves. I want to show you the five number summary reveals
Quartile Q1: 198
Quartile Q3: 222
The lowest sale recorded was $163 ( corresponding to a size 10 on 4/17/22). That is about 33.20% below its retail price. If you wear size 10, rejoice. The highest sale was $254 ( for a size 5 ). The second highest sale was $239, still below retail ( when you factor in the tax). Both leading to losses of -$13 and -$27 respectively. 25% of the shoes sold for prices from $163 to $198 , while 50% sold for prices from $198 to $222. Another 25% sold for prices from $222 to $254. There were no irregular values ( outliers), and the overall average sale price was$210. If you’re trying to resell this shoe, Ill strongly advise you to stay away from it. It may be a good one to target as a long term investment, especially if it’s for sizes that are selling for up to 33% below retail.
Not a single size is leading to any profits whatsoever. I believer the MSRP is a bit too high and buyers are only willing to pay on average between $200 and $215 for this shoe. If you were to invest in this shoe for the long term, I wouldn’t recommend paying over $160 for it. Retailers are really going to bite the dust with the Yeezy 700 MNVN.
Yeezy 700 MNVN Review + On Foot
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