The Nike Air Max 1 Puerto Rico Orange Frost is a special edition sneaker, celebrating this year’s Puerto Rico Day held in June along Fifth Avenue in Manhattan, New York City. The Orange Frost version of the Nike Air Max 1 pays tribute to the island’s popular frozen treats, “piraguas,” which come in delightful flavors such as coconut, passionfruit, and pineapple.
Featuring an official color scheme of Orange Frost/Citron Pulse-Coconut Milk, this Air Max 1 is expertly crafted from a blend of textile, leather, and suede materials. Notable design elements include the Jewel Swooshes adorning the side panels, Gold Puerto Rico lace dubraes, distinctive Nike ice cream tongue labels, and “Puerto Rico” text embroidered on the right heel.
To further commemorate Puerto Rico Day, the release will also include special packaging containing a custom towel. Don’t miss out on this unique celebration of Puerto Rican culture with the captivating the AM 1 Puerto Rico Orange Frost. For purchase purposes, see details below
Where To Buy The Nike Air Max 1 Puerto Rico Orange Frost
- Release Date: 2023-06-06
- Style Code:FD6955-800
- Color: Orange Frost/Citron Pulse-Coconut Milk
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Resale Value: Air Max 1 Puerto Rico Orange Frost
The chart provides a detailed analysis of the average sale price for the shoe since June 2, 2023. With only 19 sales recorded thus far (a relatively small sample size), the prices have experienced some fluctuations: starting at $246 on June 2, dropping to $181 on June 3, and rising back to $246 on June 4. Let’s delve into the five-number summary to uncover more insights.
Quartile Q1: 196
Quartile Q3: 270
The lowest sale recorded was $160, for a size 10, recorded on June 3rd, that explains the drop to $181. Interestingly, the highest sale recorded was a $335 and that also coincided to a size 10, and this occurred on June the 4th. 25% of the shoes sold between $160 and $196, 50% between $296 and $270 and the highest sales were from $270 to $335 and make up about 25% of the sales. There were no outliers and the overall average resale value was $232 with a 21% volatility ( this is 1.4 times above average).
At $232, you’re looking at a profit margin of +$62, a 42% mark up ( 2.8 times above average). That’s very good if you can sell the shoe right away. With such a high volatility, this might be a very risky investment. Let’s see what kind of profits each size is generating.
Examining the chart, we can observe that 18% of the sales generated earnings between $5 and $15 (sizes 4 and 8), while 27% resulted in profit margins from $30 to $60 (sizes 10, 10.5, and 11). The remaining 55% of sales led to earnings between $70 and $130, with sizes 7.5 and 8.5 being the most profitable. For sizes 4-9, the sales count is only one, indicating a very small sample size. Therefore, caution is advised if you plan on reselling these sizes. The most reliable data comes from sizes 10 and 13, as they have the highest sales figures.
So, is this shoe worth purchasing for resale purposes? It ultimately depends on the supply once they are released via Nike. With only 19 sales recorded, providing a reliable projection on the shoe’s performance upon its official release is challenging due to the high volatility. If you currently possess a pair, it is recommended to sell it quickly. As for the sizes to target, focus on sizes 8.5, 10, 11, 11.5, 12, and 13, as they offer the most reliable data.