A fresh addition to the world of sneakers, the Nike Dunk Low UNLV Satin is certainly going to make waves in the sneaker world, thanks to its distinct design, colorway, and premium materials.
The shoe is dressed in a striking Medium Grey, Varsity Red, and White color scheme, likely inspired by the classic Nike “Be True To Your School” pack from 1985. What sets this particular design apart is its full satin build, which replaces the traditional leather often found on sneakers in this category. With a grey base with red overlays, swooshes, and laces, the sneaker is accented with a mesh inner lining atop a white midsole and red rubber outsole, completing the sleek design. As a satin-constructed shoe , it definitely exudes a unique sense of quality that immediately captures the eye.
If you’re looking to pick up a pair, refer to the details below
Where To Buy The Nike Dunk Low UNLV Satin
- Release Date: 2023-05-05
- Style Code:DX5931-001
- Color: Varsity Red / Medium Grey
Where To Buy:
Buy it now via StockX, CLICK HERE
Now let’s check out how the shoe is performing on third party marketplaces.
I found that there are currently 78 listings for the shoe, compared to only 53 offers from potential buyers. This means that the supply for this sneaker exceeds the demand on third-party marketplaces by roughly 25%. I ran a quick search but didn’t find any immediate information.
There were only 8 total sales recorded for the shoe, and here is what they reveal.
The graph gives us a summary of the average sale price by size, as well as the earnings generated by each. As you can see, only sizes 8w,10w,11.5w and 12w sold and each led to earnings $11 and under. Generally for women’s exclusives, larger sizes tend to sell for up to 305 to 45% above the suggested MSRP but this isn’t the case here.
The current margins lead to mark ups between 6% and 9% ( clearly below average), so unless you’re selling multiple pairs i.e 20 and above, your ROI would be insignificant. So is the shoe worth reselling? I wouldn’t recommend buying it for resale purposes at all, unless you’re able to pick it up for up to 40% below the MSRP.
For buyers though, this is excellent news, you’ll probably be able to score a pair for right around retail of even less with a bit of patience.