Nike’s Dunk silhouette has been a sneakerhead favorite for decades, and the brand shows no signs of stopping. The latest release, the Nike Dunk Low Barley Paisley, is a nod to the shoe’s ’80s and ’90s roots. The white leather base is accented by barley overlays, branded tongues and insoles, and a paisley bandana print on the Swooshes and heel tabs. While the overall look is clean and classic, the paisley print adds a touch of nostalgia that is sure to appeal to diehard fans of the Dunk.
Whether you’re a sucker for bandana prints or just a fan of Nike’s classic kicks, the Dunk Low “Barley Paisley” is a must-have for any sneaker collection. For purchase purposes, refer to the details below
Nike Dunk Low Barley Paisley Release Information
- Price: $110
- Release Date: 2022-07-04
- Style Code:DH4401-104
- Color: White / Barley
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Now let’s see how the shoe is performing on third party marketplaces
Dunk Low Barley Paisley: Resale Value
If you’re a reseller, anytime the price of a commodity is increasing with time, you ought to be rejoice. As you can see from the chart above, the average sale price of the Dunk Low Barley Paisley has increased by $10.5 per day. I don’t think that is sustainable, but the good news is- the shoe might be worth the investment. Let’s see what further data reveals.
Quartile Q1: 108
Quartile Q3: 133.75
The lowest sale recorded was $99 ( 6.5 and 7) while the highest was $182 9size 12). 50% of the shoes sold for prices from $108 to $134 while 25% sold for prices between $99 and $108. The top 25% sold for prices from $134 to $182. There were only two irregular values, $178 and $182 , both corresponding to size 12w’s. That might have explained why the price suddenly increased from $122 to $160. The overall average resale value is $122, for a $6 loss. So what can we conclude? Let’s go a step further and see the current earnings per size sold.
50% of the shoes resulted in losses, while 43% led to profit margins under $20 and another 7% resulted in earnings over $20. So what’s the verdict?
Based on the records, smaller sizes are to be avoided if you plan on reselling the shoe. The only size that might be worth reselling is the size 12, leading to a mark up of 34%, that is considered great. sizes 8.5 and 9.5 are also borderline average. But the tricky part about this shoe is that it will increase very rapidly with time. I can see prices peaking at $160-$180 on smaller sizes within a 14 months period. This isn’t the shoe to resell if you’re an individual looking to make homeruns. But for folks with capital ( doing volume sales), keep an eye on it.
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