Nike always manages to keep us on our toes with their constant experimentation of different colorways for their silhouettes. The latest one to get the Nike treatment is the Dunk Low, which has been designed in a “Valerian Blue, White, and University Red” colorway.
This Nike Dunk Low Valerian Blue features a white leather base with Valerian Blue overlays, Swooshes, sockliner, and rubber outsole. The addition of red branding on the tongue tags, insoles, and embroidered heels gives the shoe an extra pop of color, while the white midsole keeps the overall look clean and classic. As always, Nike has managed to create yet another unique and eye-catching design that is going to be coveted. If you’re interested in picking up a pair, refer to the details below.
Where To Buy The Nike Dunk Low Valerian Blue
- Release Date: 2022-06-28
- Style Code:DD1391-400
- Color: Valerian Blue / Valerian Blue / White
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Dunk Low Valerian: Resale Value
The chart above gives us a breakdown of the average sale price of the shoe since June 26,2022. As you can see the current resale value is about $163, $4 less than it was 24 hours ago. You can expect the current prices to drop by up to 5% when the shoe releases officially. Let’s find our five number summary for further details
Quartile Q1: 158
Quartile Q3: 171
The lowest value recorded was $143 ( size 9), while the highest was $198 ( size11). Let’s mention that the size 11 went down to $160 since then. 46% of the shoes sold for prices from $160 to $170. 11% sold for prices from $140 to $150, 17% fell within the $150 to $160 interval. 18% of the sales were between $170 and $180 and the remaining 8% were from $180 t0 $200. As you can see, you’re most likely to sell your shoes for prices between $160 and $170. There were only two outliers, $194 and $198 and they can be disregarded. The overall average resale value without the outliers is $164, resulting in a profit of +$43, for a 41% mark up. That isn’t bad on a $100 initial investment. The chart below will show you exactly what sizes to aim for to maximize your profits.
As you can see from the chart, 27% of the shoes resulted in earnings $40 and under, and 73% led to profits between $40 and $60. This is a relatively good investment option. Prices will probably increase up to $250 in about 16 to 24 months ( for those who are interested in the long term option). I’ll add more details about possible resale prices in the future in weeks to come, check our projection page periodically for updates.
Forget About Pandas! Nike Dunk Low Valerian Blue Review & On Foot
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