The Air Jordan 6 Retro UNC will be available on March 5, 2022 and retails for $210. This sneaker pays homage to Michael Jordan’s alma mater, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. The shoe is constructed with a premium tumbled leather upper and perforated details for breathability. It also features signature Air Jordan branding and a rubber outsole for traction and durability. Whether you’re a die-hard Tar Heels fan or just looking for a stylish new pair of kicks, the Jordan 6 Retro UNC is a must-have. if you’re looking to pick up a pair, refer to the details below.
Where To Buy The Air Jordan 6 UNC
- Release Date: 2022-03-05
- Style Code:CT8529-410
- Color: University Blue / White / College Navy / Black
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Be sure to also check out March Release Calendar.
Nike SNKRS already had an early access drop and a total of 69,439 pairs were released. The brand was intended to release more pairs on March 5th, but these were apparently postponed. I’m not sure if this is related to the ongoing delivery issues that have been plaguing retailers recently. We can still try to come up with an estimate of the possible number of pairs produced. We’ll go with the following assumptions:
We’ll go with the following:
- FTL & Champs will receive ⅓ of the total inventory
- The remaining major & minor retailers will receive the remaining ⅓
We’ll also add the following assumptions:
- Each FTL will receive about 24 pairs and Champs will be assigned 12 pairs per store
- Their online stores will receive about a 1/3 of the total the physical stores are receiving
- HOH locations will be given about 70 pairs each
FTL Physical stores=830 x 24= 19920 pairs
HOH = 170 x70=11900 pairs
Champs Physical stores= 547x 12=6564 pairs
Online allocation ( FTL + Champs)=38384/3=12,795 pairs
Total from FTL and Champs = (19920+ 11900+6564+12795) pairs =51179 pairs let’s stretch it to 55,000 pairs for possible errors in our assumptions
We already established that this number represents about 1/3 of the entire production for North America so the grand total would be:
T= 55,000 x3=165,000 pairs
Since this number only represents the production for North America, we can conclude that the total number of pairs made would fall within the
150,000 < Number of Possibly Pairs Made< 300,000
PS: As you all know, I always have to add this disclaimer because every single projection that I make is purely based on assumptions that I have set. It is meant to give you an idea of what to expect, I don’t work any of these brands/retailers I mentioned and have no access to their numbers. I’m only using what is available to create plausible assumptions.
Jordan 6 UNC Resale Value
The chart gives you a breakdown of the average sale price of the shoe since March 3,2022. The shoe has gained about $1 within a 24 hour period, but you can expect the current resale value of $298 to slightly drop by 1% to 4%. Let’s find our five number summary for better insights.
Quartile Q1: $289
Quartile Q3: $305
As you can see, the lowest sale recorded was $275 on March 4th ( corresponding to a size 9) while the highest was $333 on March 4th as well ( for a size 14, keep this in mind). 25% of the shoes sold for values from $275 to $289 ( mostly sizes 8’s, 9’s, 9.5’s and a few sizes 7,7.5,8.5 and 10). 50% or the majority sold for values between $289 and $305 ( mostly sizes 9.5′, 10’s, 10.5’s and some 11’s). And another 25% sold for prices from $305 to $333 ( mostly sizes 11’s,11.5’s, 12’s, 13’s and a single size 9). There was only one outlier ( irregular value), $333 corresponding to the size 14 I already mentioned. Overall, the average resale value is $298, leading to a profit margin of +$48. Let me provide you with a chart of the sizes with the best margins.
Larger sizes are fetching more returns obviously. You can expect the current margins to drop by 5% to 15% when the shoe drops officially. But it is definitely a decent investment, the only problem is the retail price. It went from $290 to $210 ( a $20 bump thus cutting into your margins). It’s a good shoe to invest in if you can acquire a few sizes. As far as the long term is concerned, this isn’t a shoe that I’ll highly recommend. I don’t see prices rising above $320 within a year or even two, so it should be only considered for the short term.
Air Jordan 6 Retro UNC Review + On Feet
Here is a review and an on feet look at the shoe courtesy of Jay The SneakerGuy