The Women’s Air Jordan 1 Court Purple is set to officially release on June the 3rd and retails for $170. The color scheme is White and Court Purple. This Air Jordan 1 features a White leather upper with a satin sockliner, Purple Swooshes, ankle collar, Wings logo, tongue branding, insoles, and rubber outsole, identical to the OG “Metallic Purple” Air Jordan 1s. The pattern is completed with white “Nike Air” insoles above a white midsole. Today we’ll try to come up with a plausible estimate of the number of pairs made, their current resale value. First, let’s get a quick count of the number of US major and minor retailers allocated an inventory beside Nike.
So far these are the only confirmed retailers I came up with for the USA. Now we need to set up our assumptions.
- Footlocker, Champs, Footaction will receive about 30% of the entire inventory for North America
- Finishline, JD sports, Hibbett will be given about 30% of the inventory
- Minor retailers and boutiques will be given 15% and Nike will also acquire 25% of the inventory
- FTL, Champs and Footaction online will receive about 1/3 of the inventory the physical stores are getting
- Based on my observations, it is fair to say that only 1/3 of FTL, Champs and Footaction stores will receive an inventory
Now let’s run our numbers
Footlocker’s allocated= 1000 x 1/3=334 stores, Champs allocated= 547 x 1/3=183 stores, Footaction allocated= 70 stores. We will give a total of 24 pairs per regular footlocker store, 70 pairs per House of Hoops, 18 pairs per Footaction and Champs store.
Regular FTL stock number= (334-170) x 24 pairs =3936 pairs
House of Hoops stock number= 170 x 70 pairs=11,900 pairs
Champs #= 183 x 18 pairs=3294 pairs
Footaction #=70 x18 pairs=1260 pairs
(FTL+ Champs + FTA) online= (3936 +11900+3294+1260)/3= 6797 pairs let say 7,000 pairs
Total ( online and in stores)= (3936 +11900+3294+1260) pairs + 7000 pairs= 27,390 pairs and I’ll stretch this number to 30,000 pairs
We assumed at the outset that this number represented about 30% of the total inventory for the USA, so the grand total is:
Grand TOTAL= (30,000) x 3 + (30,000/3)=100,000 pairs
And we can conclude that the worldwide production will sit within the 100,000 pairs < global production < 200, 000 pairs
PS: As you all know, I always have to add this disclaimer because every single projection that I make is purely based on assumptions that I have set. It is meant to give you an idea of what to expect, I don’t work any of these brands/retailers I mentioned and have no access to their numbers. I’m only using what is available to create plausible assumptions.
Now let’s talk about the Jordan 1 Court purple’s resale value.
Air Jordan 1 Court Purple Resale
The chart above gives you a breakdown of the average resale value of the women’s court purple Jordan 1 by day since May the 23rd. You can pretty much see that the shoe is steadying at $240. Even though Monday is showing $228, the day is not over yet but I’ll say that the resale value will probably sit within the $225-$240 range. Let’s take a look at the resale value by size.
You can use the chart above to see what sizes to aim for. I also found the equation that best capture the date and in this case, the logarithmic function fits the best and here it is:
Resale Value= $277- 20 ln (t= time elapsed since May the 23rd)
So based on this model, the resale value by June 3rd will be: Resale value= $277- 20 ln (11)=$229.0 5
So the resale value will probably be somewhere between $220-$230.
Product Information/ Buy It Now
Air Jordan 1 High OG ‘White/Court Purple’ (W)
- Release Date: 2021-06-03
- Style Code:CD0461-151
- Color:Court Purple / White
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