The Air Jordan 1 Bred Toe is officially coming out next Saturday ( February 22nd). There was a Youtube subscriber who wanted me to give him a rough estimate of how many pairs were made. It was a bit too early for me to do a prediction because I had no data to work with. But today, I can confidently give you guys a reliable number based on a series of conjectures. I’ll juxtapose the screenshots for both the 2017 Air Jordan 1 Royal and the 2018 Bred Toe and make a bold prediction accordingly.
But first, let me recall a picture I had already shared a couple of weeks ago when I was writing about the Gold toe 1.
I concluded from this picture that the number of pairs of Royal 1 released were about 3/4 of the number of pairs of the “Win like 96”. I wrote an article about the number of pairs of the Win Like 96 made and I predicted a total of 1,300,000 pairs. So the number of pairs of the Royal 1,
Royal 1= (1,300,000 x 3)/4= 975,000
So we have our basis now and we are confident that Nike made about 975,000 pairs of the Royal 1. Now let’s check the screenshot below
From the screenshots above , I can confidently say that the Number of pairs of the Bred Toe is probably the same as the number of pairs of the Royal 1, hence
# of pairs of Bred Toe 1= # of pairs of Royal 1= 975,000 pairs
If you don’t believe me, I’ll support my evidence with the current market value of the shoe via eBay. There are over 405 pairs listed on eBay currently and the average price is about $279. I’m expecting that price to drop by $20 to $30 upon release date. I don’t think people realize how many pairs will be available. It’s still a great shoe and the profit margin is definitely well worth it.
Air Jordan 1 High Bred Toe
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