Here's How Much Resellers Are Making on This Year's Air Jordan Releases

Sole Collector breaks down how 2015's Air Jordan releases are faring on the resell market.

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You already know that the sneaker resell market is booming, but just how well are this year's Air Jordans faring on the secondary market?

Sole Collector tracked the eBay figures for deadstock pairs of each Air Jordan released so far this year, and the "Just Don" Air Jordan II seems to be the most profitable. Average final sale prices clock in around $1,000, with the high end leaning upwards of $3,000. 

Meanwhile, the Air Jordan XX9 "Gym Red" and Air Jordan 1 "Russell Westbrook" are the only pairs that net less than their retail price (go figure). Check out the full Air Jordan 2015 price guide at Sole Collector.


[via Sole Collector]