It seems like only yesterday that the Yeezy 350 V2 made its debut. Since then, the silhouette has been one of the most sought-after sneakers on the market. Now, Adidas is back at it again with the release of the Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Flax.
The sneaker features a light brown Primeknit upper with a translucent strip running along the lateral side. It is completed with a light grey Boost midsole and gum rubber outsole. If you’re looking to scoop up a pair, refer to the release details below.
Where to Buy The Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Flax
- Release Date: 2022-09-30
- Style Code:FX9028
- Color: Flax / Flax / Flax
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Yeezy 350 V2 Flax: Resale Value
The chart gives us a summary of the average sale price of the shoe by size, as well as the profits/losses generated by each size. 25% of the sales resulted in losses ( that is size 4,5,5.5, 9 and 12.5). 15% led to earnings under $20 ( sizes 7, 11.5 and 12), while 35% generated returns between $30 and $50 ( sizes 4.5,6.5,7.5,8,8.5,9.5,11,and 13). another 15% resulted in earnings between $50 and $60 ( sizes 6.5,10 and 10.5). And the remaining 10% led to profit margins between $100 and $140 ( sizes 6 and 15). So what are to make of all this data?
The sales’ count on sizes 6 and 15 is low ( only 1 sale was recorded per size) and so is the sales’ count on sizes 4.5-5.5. With a small sample size, it is really hard to make a solid projection on the resale value for these particular sizes. But that shouldn’t stop us from determining whether the shoe is worth reselling or not? I’ll definitely encourage you to avoid sizes that resulted in losses or profit margins under $20. See chart for those sizes.
The only sizes that I would recommend at this point are sizes 9.5-11 and size 13. There are more sales’ count for those sizes and there is more consistency. They generated profit margins from $40 to $55, 17% to 23% mark up ( that’s above average). You can also add the size 15 in the mix but I won’t be as optimistic about the size 6. Overall this is a decent shoe to resell, provided you get your hands on the right size. And it should not be targeted for the long term, as prices will probably not exceed the $300 mark even after a long period of time.
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