Nike undoubtedly deserves accolades for their unparalleled knack for leveraging their most popular themes. When a concept resonates with their audience, they ingeniously adapt it across different silhouettes. While this strategy is testament to their business acumen, it can sometimes feel like overkill, as is the case with the recurring split and Chicago theme which has become Nike’s latest go-to concept.
The newest addition to embody this trend is the Nike Dunk Low Chicago Split, slated for release in the next 48 hours. The shoe sports a full leather construction complemented by mesh tongues, a testament to Nike’s commitment to quality and comfort. Its design features a fresh White base enhanced by Red overlays perched atop a Sail midsole.
The signature split design is highlighted on the tongue tags, Swooshes, and rubber outsole, maintaining the continuity of this popular theme. An extra set of laces will also accompany the shoe, providing a personalized touch for wearers. If you’re interested in picking up a pair, refer to the details below
Nike Dunk Low Chicago Split Release Information
- Release Date: 2023-07-14
- Style Code:DZ2536-600
- Color: University Red / Black / Light Silver / White
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Now let’s see if the shoe is worth reselling, we’ll have to see its current value on the secondary market.
Resale Value: Dunk Low Split Chicago
The chart above gives us a summary of the average sale price of the shoe since July 11, 2023. As you can see from the records, prices went from $150 to $148 between 7/11 and 7/12 thus decreasing by $2. Let’s see what the five number summary reveals,
Quartile Q1: 137.75
Quartile Q3: 162
The lowest sale recorded was $115 for a size 9.5 while the highest sale was $183. About 25% of the shoes sold between $115 and $138 ( see next chart for sizes) while 50% sold between $138 and $162. The top 25% sale were between $162 and $183 and there were no outliers. The overall average resale value was $149 leading to a +$18 profit margin, a 15% mark up ( that’s about normal).
Sizes 9, 9.5, and 10.5 resulted in modest profit margins under $10 for about 23% of sales. Unfortunately, sizes 8 and 8.5 led to losses in 15% of the transactions. However, sizes 7, 9, 10, and 11-13 showed more promising returns, resulting in earnings between $15 and $25 . The most profitable size was 14, which generated an impressive return of $37 per sale. This analysis indicates that while certain sizes may not yield high profits or may even incur losses, others, particularly larger sizes, are the best to aim for i.e sizes 11 and above.
on feet pictures courtesy of Yankeekicks