I write the projection posts because folks want to know if a particular shoe they are targeting will be easy to acquire upon release date. I will not waste anytime on the Air Jordan 10 Retro Orlando because the shoe is already available on third party marketplaces for below retail. They are supposed to retail for $190 but you can fetch them now via eBay for $179.99. Retailers are the ones who continue to pay the price for the current state of the sneaker market as it pertains to GR ( General Release) shoes.
I’m saying all this to say that comes Saturday I don’t think most retailers will sell more than 5 pairs of the Orlando 10’s by the end of the day. They are probably counting on Cash customers to bail them out but the 10’s aren’t a shoe that consumers are aiming for. They are looking forward to next Saturday for the Concord 11’s. I won’t be surprised to see the Air Jordan 10 Orlando marked down to $139.99 via smaller chains by December the 15th. I wrote a couple of days ago wondering why Nike didn’t give the Air Jordan XXXIII Blackout to retailers, they would’ve definitely been a better fit for this upcoming Saturday. You can read my post about it, see link below
My advice for those who want the Orlando 10’s is be patient, you’ll probably be able to scoop up a pair for 40% to 60% below its original price in a few weeks. And if you are impatient, you can still grab a pair now on eBay below retail for the legitimate sellers in the listings below