Nike always finds new and innovative ways to release classic sneaker models and the women’s Nike Dunk High Blue Satin is proof of that. The iconic basketball sneaker gets a luxurious makeover with satin material added to the upper, resulting in a sleek and stylish look. The white tumbled leather upper is accented by black basketball-textured Swooshes and a press stud heel tab, while blue satin overlays add a pop of color. Pink ribbed lining and athletic apparel tongue tags complete the look.
The Dunk High Blue Satin is perfect for women who want to make a statement with their footwear. If you’re interested in picking up a pair, refer to the release details below
Where To Buy The Nike Dunk High Blue Satin
You can also purchase it via StockX, CLICK HERE
Dunk High Blue Satin: Resale Value
So far, only one sale of this sneaker has been documented, and it was $108, or 13.6 percent less than its MSRP. This resulted in a loss of $26. Despite the tiny sample size, this is a strong indication that the Blue Satin Dunk is not a sneaker to resell. I’d like to provide you with extra information to discourage you from pursuing this sneaker for resale. The current seller’s average asking price is $162, while the buyer’s average offer is about $63. We’ll find the projected resale value by computing the average of the seller’s asking price and buyers’ average offer.
Resale Value Projected= ($162+$63)/2= $112.5 let say $113
That is still 9.6% less than the suggested retail price. And mind you, I didn’t even consider shipping and selling fees. So what’s the verdict?
Do not plan on reselling this shoe. Great news for buyers though, you’ll be able to get a pair for retail or less. If you have any further queries about this shoe, leave your comments below.
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