The Air Jordan 11 Platinum Tint is scheduled to release on October the 27th. In my opinion, this is probably one of the worst iteration of the 11’s from Nike. I don’t know or care to know the inspiration behind it but all the shoe screams is “dolla dolla bill”. The Jordan 11 is the most coveted silhouette of the entire Jordan 1-23 Collection and it never fails to sell out in the retail market. For the past three years, every pair of the Jordan 11’s that we were served was produced in substantial numbers; in 2015, 1073149 pairs of the 72-10 Jordan 11s were made and in 2014, 963242 pairs of the Legend blue 11s were produced. I used these two data points to create a linear model for future releases of the Jordan 11.
Figuring out the number of pairs of the Air Jordan 11 Platinum Tint will be purely based on the equation I created a few months ago. Before I make the prediction, we need to also establish the fact that all the major and minor retailers are going to carry the shoes- that’s a good indicator that the shoes will be available in massive numbers.
RUNNING THE NUMBERS
The linear equation I came up with was:
Jordan 11= 109,907 x (t=number of years since 2014)+ 963242m=(slope=rate of change)=109,907 and my starting number is 963242 ( from the 2014 legend blue ) number of pairs produced.