Every year on October 9th, South Koreans celebrate Hangul Day—a national holiday that commemorates the creation of the Korean alphabet. And this year, Nike is paying tribute to the occasion with a special edition of the Air Max 1 Premium, the Nike Air Max 1 Hangul Day.
Featuring traditional Korean design elements like toggle lacing and TPU heel overlays, the shoe is sure to be a hit with both sneakerheads and fans of Korean culture alike. With its mix of leather, suede, nylon, and mesh materials, the Air Max 1 Premium “Hangul Day” is truly a work of art—one that celebrates both past and present.
Nike has had a long and storied history with South Korea. In fact, the very first Nike store in Asia opened its doors in Seoul back in 1986. Since then, Nike has continued to expand its presence in the country—opening more stores, sponsoring local athletes, and partnering with retailers.
But it’s not just Nike’s physical presence in South Korea that makes them such a big part of the country’s culture—it’s also their products. For years, Nike has been designing sneakers specifically for the South Korean market. In 2020, they even released a special edition of the Air Force 1 Low that featured traditional Korean patterns on the upper.
The AM1 Premium “Hangul Day” is just the latest example of Nike’s commitment to celebrating South Korean culture. It’s a shoe that pays tribute to the country’s history while also looking towards its bright future. If you’re interested in picking up a pair, refer to the details below
Where To Buy The Nike Air Max 1 Hangul Day
- Release Date: 2022-11-17
- Style Code:DZ5317-121
- Color: White/ Grey
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Air Max 1 Hangul Day: Resale Value
The chart above presents us with the average sale price of the shoe by size, as well as the earnings/losses associated with each. As you can see from the records, 56% of the sales resulted in losses ( sizes 7.5, 9,10,11 and 12). 22% led to earnings under $10 ( sizes 9.5 and11.50, and the remaining 22% led to profit margins between $10 and $20 ( sizes 8.5 and 10.5). So what can we conclude about this shoe?
The verdict is pretty clear, I do not recommend reselling it at all, current prices are probably going to go even further down when the shoe releases officially.
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