Nike’s sustainability efforts have been thrust into the spotlight in recent years, and the brand has responded by introducing more sustainable options for consumers. The Nike Dunk Low Next Nature Phantom is just one example of this commitment, as it is made from at least 20% recycled materials. This makes it a more environmentally-friendly option for sneakerheads, without sacrificing style or comfort.
The combination of white and golden hues on the Dunk Low Next Nature Phantom is eye-catching and unique. The “Move to Zero” pinwheel logos add a pop of color to the Volt insoles, while the white midsole and purple Grind Rubber sole provide a contrast that ties the whole design together. This silhouette is sure to be a hit among sneakerheads and general audiences alike. If you’re planning on picking up a pair, refer to the details below
Where To Buy The Nike Dunk Low Next Nature Phantom
- Release Date: 2022-09-14( EUROPE) ( September 16 in USA)
- Style Code:DN1431-001
- Color: White/ Tan
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Stock Numbers: Dunk Low Phantom
As you can see from the screenshot above, the number of pairs produced is going to be relatively high via Nike SNKRS ( USA). We’ll go with the distribution below for now:
Size 5 (704), size 5.5 (880), size 6 (1716), size 6.5 (2508), size 7 (4444), size 7.5 (4576), size 8 (5608), size 8.5 (4516), size 9 (3988), size 9.5 (2572), size 10 (2376), size 10.5 (9960, size 11 (1008), size 11.5 (600), size 12 (648).
Total projected for Nike USA= 37140 pairs. I’ll provide more accurate numbers within the next 3 to 5 days. Stay tuned
Dunk Low Phantom: Resale Value
The chart above gives us a breakdown of the average sale price of the shoe per size, as well as the earnings/losses associated with every size. As you can see, 69% of the sales resulted in losses ( size 10w,10.5w, 11w, 6w,6.5w,7w,7.5w, 8w and 9.5w). 15% led to earnings under $10 ( size 8.5w and 12w), and the remaining 16% resulted in profit margins between $30 and $50 ( size 11.5w and 9w). And let me add that only a total of three sales was recorded for these two sizes ( a small sample). And in this case, I wouldn’t be so confident about their current earnings remaining the same. What can we conclude about this shoe?
Based on the data in the table, it appears as though the Nike Dunk Low phantom is not worth reselling. The average sale price for the shoe is only $125, and the majority of sales (69%) resulted in losses. Additionally, 15% of sales led to an 8% mark up ( almost twice above average), meaning that most sellers are likely to incur a loss when reselling the shoes. This is definitely great news for buyers, you’ll be able to get your pair for retail or even under. But this is a shoe with great potential for the long term investment. It wouldn’t be surprising to see prices peak at $200 within the next 18 months. But is it worth it for the average reseller who really doesn’t have enough capital to work with?
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