The Air Jordan 1 Low OG UNC Powder Blue is the latest silhouette to get the retro treatment from Jordan Brand. The shoe, which is dressed in a deadly combination of white, black, and powder blue, is sure to be a hit with sneakerheads and casual fans alike.
The shoe is inspired by Michael Jordan’s alma mater, the University of North Carolina. It features a white leather base with black overlays and Swooshes. Powder blue accents on the tongue branding, heels, and rubber outsole provide a pop of color, while a white midsole rounds out the design. Fans of the Jordan 1 will no doubt be clamoring to get their hands on this colorway. And who can blame them? It’s a classic silhouette that looks good with just about anything, whether you’re rocking jeans or shorts. If you’re looking to pick up a pair, refer to the details below.
Where To Buy The Air Jordan 1 Low OG UNC Powder Blue
Style Code: CZ0790-104
Release Date: September 28, 2022
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As you can see from the image above, the number of pairs produced per size is relatively high via Nike SNKRS. I’ll give you the exact numbers within the next 12 hours, stay tuned. Now let’s see how the shoe is performing on third party marketplaces.
size 4 , 4.5 (423 per size), size 5,5.5,6 (450 per size), size 6.5 (300), size 7 (450), size 7.5 (3441), size 8, 8.5 (6750 per size), size 9 (16029), size 9.5 (6750), size 10 (16875), size 10.5 (20250), size 11(18492), size 11.5 (6750), size 12 (13500), size 12.5 (2004), size 13 (5565), size 14 (3375)
Total produced via Nike SNKRS= 129477 pairs.
If we assume that this makes up about 1/3 of the entire inventory, then the total produced for North American will be:
129477 x 3=388,431 pairs
Jordan 1 Low OG UNC Resale Value
The chart above gives us a summary of the average sale price of the shoe by size , as well as the returns associated with every size. As you can see, the size 11.5 is the only one that resulted in an $11 loss. 83% of the other sales led to profit margins under $20 ( sizes 7.5-11, 12 to 13), while 8%, that is the size 6, resulted in a $27 earning. The five number summary also gives us the following:
Quartile Q1: 152.5
Quartile Q3: 169.25
The lowest the shoe sold for was $102 ( for a size 11.5), while the highest sale was $199 ( size 13). The 13 has since gone down to prices between $150 and $153. 25% of the shoes sold for prices between $102 and $153, while the majority, that is 50% sold for prices from $153 to $170. The highest sales occurred within $170 and $199, representing about 25% of the data. The chart above tells you exactly what sizes fall in each interval. There were two outliers, $102 and $199. If we remove these outliers from the data, the overall average resale value is $161, resulting in a $8 profit, that is a 6% mark up, below average. So what can we conclude about this shoe?
I will not recommend reselling it right now, as most pairs do not lead to mark ups above 15%. Only the size 6 does that, but unfortunately, the sales’ count on the size 6 was one ( small sample size). The shoe does have the potential to grow within the next 24 months, but that will be a long wait. So I definitely won’t consider it a smart investment.
images courtesy of Sneakerbardetroit
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