Ever wonder what the current state of reselling Air Jordans is? With so many releases dropping, along with the price increase of $190 USD per retro, are the profit margins even worth taking time to invest in anymore?
According to StockX, the resell market is as strong as it’s ever been, and for those wondering if Retro Air Jordans are dying, the answer is, no.
In 2015, for the first time in a very, very long time, we saw some Retro Jordans sit, with a few even landing on clearance. So far during 2016 they’ve appeared to pull back from the edge – a few big shoes will make it feel like that – but on the whole the Jordan resell game has continued the decline started in 2015, and may be headed for more clearance racks than we’ve seen since the mid 2000’s.
Check out the full breakdown of the state of Air Jordan reselling over at StockX.