Occasionally, I find myself pondering the motivation behind certain product releases by brands, particularly in the case of the Air Jordan 6 Low PSG. The rationale behind this specific launch is somewhat baffling to me. The low-top version of the 6 silhouette has rarely been a crowd-pleaser.
Regardless, the shoe has made its debut in unconventional PSG colors, showcasing a blend of light bone and magma orange, peppered with grey and white accents across the upper. It also boasts a suede base, complemented by Jordan branding on the neoprene tongues. Classic elements such as an orange-coated lace lock and heel pull tabs make a comeback. The design is rounded off with semi-translucent outsoles. For purchase purposes, see details below.
Air Jordan 6 Low PSG Release Information
- Release Date: 2023-09-20
- Style Code:DZ4133-008
- Color: Light Bone / Magma Orange / Iron Grey / White
You may also purchase it right away on StockX
Now let’s see how the shoe is performing on third party marketplaces.
Jordan 6 Low PSG Resale Value
The chart above gives us a summary of the average sale price of the shoe by size, as well as the returns associated with each. As you can see, not one pair led to positive returns i.e a profit. In fact, 50% of the sales generated losses between $50 and $70, that is sizes 8,8.5,9,9.5, 10 and 10.5. 33% led to losses between $30 and under $50, sizes 11,11.5,13 and 7. Sizes 13 and 7.5 generated the least losses with $28 and $9 in deficit respectively. The verdict is clear, if you’re a Day Trader, this isn’t a shoe you want to consider reselling lest you incur major losses.
This is however wonderful news for buyers especially those wearing sizes 8-10.5, you’ll be able to grab a pair for up to 32% below the MSRP. For those looking to grab a pair under the retail price, be sure to check out StockX.