Here we go again, sneakerheads! The swoosh brand is dropping another bombshell – the Nike Dunk Low Topography. Now, I’m not one to speculate, but it seems like Nike’s just having a blast reinventing their classic silhouette, don’t you think?
Let’s dive into the colorway: a slick combo of University Blue and White. But wait, there’s more! The sneaker is all dressed up with a unique terrycloth material – definite eye-catcher – on its topographic pattern. You’ll see this on the toe box, quarter panels, and heel.
But that’s not all! We’ve got Blue leather overlays adding a touch of shimmer to the Swooshes and heel tabs. Talk about a glow-up! And let’s not forget the tonal embroidered branding on the tongue labels and heels. White Nike logos stamped onto the insoles? Check!
And to wrap it all up, we have a crisp White midsole sitting atop a University Blue rubber outsole. The whole design? For purchase purposes, refer to the details below
Where To Buy The Nike Dunk Low Topography
- Release Date: 2023-09-06
- Style Code:FN6834-412
- Color: University Blue / University Blue / White
Resale Value: Dunk Low Topography
The chart above gives us a summary of the average sale price of the shoe by size as well as the returns associated with each. As you can see, 73% of the sales led to losses that is sizes 7-11.5 and size 13. 13% generated earnings under $10 ( sizes 12 and 12.5). Sizes 13 and 6.5 led to the highest margins, $92 and $53 respectively. Obviously, this is a very interesting shoe, most sizes aren’t worth targeting save sizes 6.5 and 13. As a matter of fact, the only size I’ll recommend is the size 6.5.
In conclusion, although one size might be worth the investment, overall the shoe is leading to significant losses and I wouldn’t recommend investing it for resale purposes.
This is however great news for buyers, especially those wearing sizes 7.5-12.