Delivering on its promise of a customized, consistent fit at the touch of a button, the Air Jordan 11 Adapt Dark Powder Blue is the future of sneaker design.Its power-lacing closure system provides a customizable fit at the touch of a button, while its premium nubuck leather and reflective upper deliver state-of-the-art style. Whether you’re grabbing coffee with friends or hitting the court, this sneaker is sure to make you stand out. For purchase purposes, refer to the details below
Air Jordan 11 Adapt Dark Powder Blue Release Information
- Price: $500
- Release Date: 2021-12-28
- Style Code: DO6365-001
- Color: Neutral Grey / Legend Blue
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Now let’s see how the shoe is performing on third party marketplaces
The chart above gives you a breakdown of the average sale price of the shoe since December the 21st. At first glance, it looks as if the shoe has a very positive trend, and that is true. But the data above was only from a total of 6 sales, and that’s a very small sample size, so we can’t put too much confidence on these numbers. I’d rather look at past history to establish something more firm. So I looked at data from the Jordan 11 Adapt white and came up with the following equation and I’ll explain.
Resale Value= $572 +$27.6ln (t), the shoe’s price increase by $27.6 every 30 days
What can we expect for the Jordan 11 Adapt Powder Blue? The resale value will probably drop down to values from $620 to $700 by the shoe officially drops. And your profit margin will sit at values from $34 to $107 and I’m being very generous. I’ll say in conclusion not to get this shoe for resale purposes because you’re really sitting on shaky grounds. Here is what I think it will be worth in about 30 days from today
Resale= $572 + $27.6 ln (30) = $621 and that will give you a profit of less than $30, so don’t touch this shoe.
I don’t have access to actual numbers just yet but the image above gives us an idea about the number of pairs that could possibly be made. It’s a $500 shoe so a high stock will probably be equivalent to numbers from 60 to 300. We can assume the following distribution
Sizes 5.5-6 ( 149 pairs per size), Sizes 6.5-8.5 (280 pairs per size), size 9 (840), size 9 (120), size 9.5 (280),size 10 (700),size 10.5(840), size 11(840), size 11.5(287), size 12 (560), size 12.5 (140), size 13( 841), size 14 (140)
total projected= 2x 149 pairs + 5 x280 pairs+ 840 pairs + 120 pairs+ 280 pairs + 700 pairs + 840 pairs +840 pairs+ 287pairs+ 560 pairs + 140 pairs + 841 pairs + 140 pairs= 7286 pairs let say anywhere from 6,000 to 75,00 pairs
I’ll update it as soon as I get access to more accurate data.
Here are images of the shoes courtesy of Nike
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