Images of the Air Jordan 1 Low Bred Toe leaked earlier this year, leaving sneakerheads eagerly anticipating its debut. The sneaker was first released on January 7th and was expected to restock today, January 13th, but it immediately sold out. If you’re still interested in grabbing a pair, refer to the details below.
Where To Buy The Air Jordan 1 Low Bred Toe
- Release Date: 2022-01-13
- Style Code:553558-612
- Color: GYM RED/WHITE-BLACK
Third Party Marketplaces:
eBay-CLICK HERE ( prices between $160-$180)
Now let’s quickly how many pairs were released via Nike restock today. That is certainly going to help determine how the resale value is going to be affected.
Men Sizes available are going to be 7 through 18 and here is the data I was able to collect for the number of pairs per size.
Size 7 ( 170), Size 7.5 ( 340), size 8 ( 760), size 8.5 ( 900), size 9 ( 760), size 9.5 ( 1460), size 10 ( 1300), size 10.5 ( 1360), size 11 ( 1150), size 11.5 ( 520), size 12 ( 890), size 12.5 ( 800, size 13 ( 540), size 14 ( 280), size 15 ( 110), size 16 ( 12), size 17 ( 12), size 18 ( 15)
Total = (170+ 340+ 760+ 900+ 760+ 1460+1300 +1360+ 1150+520+ 890+ 800+540+280+ 110+12+12+15)pairs= 11,379 pairs
We can conclude that the total number of pairs released today was anywhere between 10,000 pairs and 12,000 pairs
Now let’s talk about the juicy stuff, the resale.
The average sale price of the shoe currently is between $170 and $180 and profit margins are anywhere from $46 to $96. You can look at the chart above and see what sizes to aim for. What I am more interested in is how the shoe is going to in months or years to come. The equation below will help you determine that
Resale Value= $0.42 (t)+ $153.06
The shoe has basically been gaining about $0.42 every day since October the 11th of 2021. So if you want to find out how much it will be worth on April the 11th, you can replace the time by 180.
Resale by April will be = $228.6
You can also see how much it will be worth in a year from October 11th, 2021 by replacing the time by 360.
Resale by October 11th of 2022= $0.42 ( 360)+ $153.02=$304.2 that’s a 187% mark up, incredible.
This is certainly a good shoe to sit on especially if you scooped up about 10 pairs or more. Even if you pay the resale price now, you’ll still be making about $124 per pair in a year. That’s definitely a good shoe to target.