The Jordan 1 silhouette remains a dominant choice in Jordan Brand’s design lab as it consistently introduces fresh colorways. Just a couple of weeks back, the Palomino 1 made its debut. Now, we’re seeing another women’s exclusive release – the Air Jordan 1 High OG Praline. Although there isn’t a specific backstory attached to this shoe, its design speaks volumes.
Sporting a Praline, White, and Sail color scheme, the sneaker is crafted from premium leather with mesh tongues and satin liners, exuding a sense of luxury. The design features a White base with Tan overlays, accented by satin-like flat laces. The Tan “Nike Air” tongue tags and White “Wings” ankle logo sit atop a Sail midsole, while a Tan rubber outsole completes the look.
The shoe will be available in sizes for women, preschoolers, and toddlers. For purchase purposes, see details below
Where To Buy The Air Jordan 1 high Praline
- Release Date: 2023-09-13
- Style Code:FN6622-201
- Color: Praline / White / Sail
Resale Value: Jordan 1 High Praline
The chart above gives us a breakdown of the average sale price of the shoe by size, as well the returns associated with each. As you can see from the records, every single pair sold led to a significant loss with sizes 5 and 9.5 generating the most losses, -$86 and -$100 respectively. I’m actually astonished with these numbers considering that shoe hasn’t even officially released yet. I suspect that most of the pairs being sold currently are probably coming from the Employee store where they are sold up to 50% below the suggested MSRP. Even at 50% below the MSRP, selling the shoe between $100 and $120 will still lead to losses.
The only other reason I could think of is that these are probably shoes that could’ve been part of the stolen inventory at the Nike employee store in Memphis Tennessee, the post below talks about it
The bottom-line is, the Jordan 1 Praline isn’t a shoe you want to resell if you’re a Day Trader less you suffer substantial losses. This is however great news for buyers, who will be able to pick up a pair below retail.