Just when you thought Jordan brand had exhausted all possibilities with their beloved Jordan 1 silhouette, they pull yet another surprise from their hat. The Pine Green 1, which was an instant hit upon its release, has been ingeniously reimagined in the soon-to-be-released Eastside Golf x Air Jordan 1 High. You’d be hard-pressed not to see the echo of the Pine Green in this new iteration.
The savvy marketing genius of the brand is also evident as they capitalize on current trends. With diversity and inclusion being the buzzwords of the moment, it’s no surprise that Nike is delving into golf’s history, launching a collection that commemorates the PGA Tour’s landmark decision to abolish its ban on golfers of color.
The shoe features an interesting color palette of Black, Malachite, Metallic Gold, and White. Made from superior quality leather, it boasts a premium build, complete with mesh tongues and inner linings. The base pairs a sleek Black hue with an attention-grabbing Malachite (Green), while the iconic Gold Wings logo graces the lateral ankle. Adding a unique touch, the Swooshes are embellished with stylish cursive “Eastside Golf” lettering, and the tongue labels prominently display their renowned golf player’s emblem. Other key details include the words “Change” and “1961” engraved on the heels. Rounding off the design is a White midsole and an integrated traction outsole, specifically designed for the golf course. Each pair also comes with special hangtags and packaging.
If you’re interested in picking up a pair, refer to the details below
Eastside Golf x Air Jordan 1 High Release Information
- Release Date: 2023-09-22
- Style Code:FJ0849-001
- Color: Black / Metallic Gold / White / Malachite
You may also purchase it right away via StockX
Eastside Golf Jordan 1 High Resale Value
The chart gives us a summary of the average sale price of the shoe since September 6 on third party marketplaces. As you can see from the records, up to September 15th, prices were generally between $270 and a little lower than $300, but between the 16th and the 20th of September, they seemed to have gone down a bit and are currently between $240 and $260. But this could be due to size variations, let’s see what the five number summary reveals.
Quartile Q1: 250
Quartile Q3: 279
The lowest sale recorded was $225, size 8.5 while the highest was $437, size 14. About 25% of the shoes sold between $225 and $250 ( see next chart for sizes), while half of them sold between $250 and $279. The remaining 25% sold between $279 and $437 and there were a total of three outliers, $326, $334, and $437 corresponding to sizes 13,9.5 and 14 respectively.
With the outliers disregarded, the overall average resale value is $263 with an 8% volatility. At $263, you’re looking at a +$27 profit margin, a 13% mark up ( slightly below average), but that’s not bad, there are several sizes that are worth targeting if you’re a Day Trader, see next chart.
8% of the sales generated a loss, that’s only a single size, size 7. 43% led to earnings between $20 and under $30 ( sizes 10-12). 17% generated earnings between $30 and $0 ( sizes 8.5 and 9). 25% led to profit margins between $50 and $60 ( sizes 13,6.5 and 9.5) and size 14 generated the most with $186 in return. Now the sales count on size 6.5 and 7 is only one ( small sample size) so we can’t be too bold in our projection on these two sizes.
But for the most part, the Jordan 1 High Eastside Golf is definitely worth reselling. For those looking for homeruns, aim at larger sizes 13 and above.