The Air Force 1 gets a new lux color tone for its latest rendition. The Nike Air Force 1 Low Metallic Gold release date is November 18th for a retail price of $120 (TBC). Keep reading to know all about it!

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The Nike Air Force 1 Low Metallic Gold is surely a good looking sneaker with an elegant touch. Whether they’ll be profitable or not, we’ll find that out after I briefly walk you through some history of the Air Force 1. This does, after all, hold the special place of being Nike’s first basketball sneaker.

Nike Air Force 1| History


Nike Air Force1 Low Advert m.imgur

The Air Force 1 is a special sneaker, not only for sneaker-heads but also for Nike themselves. This was the masterpiece Nike used to enter the basketball game and establish their legacy.

After years of focusing on running shoes, officials at Nike considered it a gamble to enter the basketball game. They had simply never produced a basketball performance sneaker before. In the end, however, it all paid off.


Bruce Kilgore was the mind behind the Air Force 1 for which he took inspiration from the Nike hiking boot.  Kilgore’s design was so high-tech at the time that it’s still used in Nike sneakers today.

After releasing it in 1984, Nike decided to discontinue the sneaker. The AJ1, however, was so popular, demand practically forced Nike to bring it back in 1986. Air Force 1 released in multiple colorways and even a high-top and has been the canvas of a few popular collaborations.

To estimate resale for the Nike Air Force 1 Low Metallic Gold, let’s head on over to StockX.

Nike Air Force 1 Low Vachetta Tan

Nike Air Force 1 Low Vachetta Tan

Retail Price: $140

Peak Resell: $225

Release Date: 01/31/2020


This Nike Air Force 1 Low feature a clean white leather upper. The only contrast is provided by the tan ‘Swoosh’, heel tabs, and the golden eye stays at the top. A crisp white midsole with “AIR” branding and a white outsole finishes off the design.

On StockX, the average selling price is $150 which is only $10 in gross profits. At peak resale prices, however, gross profits have been as high as $85. I believe the Nike Air Force 1 Low Metallic gold will have similar a similar resale but better profit margins.

Nike Air Force 1 Low Metallic Gold|Detailed Look 




Retail Price: $120

Estimated Resell: $160

Release Date: November/18/2020

Colorway: White/Metallic Gold

This Air Force 1 Low comes in one of its iconic white full-grain leather uppers that enhances whatever contrasting hues you throw on it. In this case, the metallic accents on the ‘Swoosh’, tongue, heel tabs, and a mini ‘swoosh’ around the bottom laces give this sneaker a clean lux look.

Clean white insoles with golden “Nike” branding further embellishes the design. A crisp white midsole with “AIR” branding and a white outsole completes the look.

Take a closer look via these official images.


Estimated Resell

I believe these sneakers won’t sell out that quickly but don’t sleep on them either, I definitely recommend going for personal sizes.

using my estimated resell value of $160, expect gross profits of around $40 per pair. If you can sell on websites such as eBay that offer service fee waivers, profits may exceed $50-$60 per pair.

Nike Air Force 1 Low White Metallic Gold Where to Buy

You can buy these kicks at select retailers and Nike on November 18th at 10 am EDT. The Nike Air Force 1 Low Metallic Gold Raffle also goes live on Finish Line at 10 am ET.

To buy them at reseller websites, visit StockX.


Nike Air Force 1 Low Metallic Gold

Retail Price: $120

Estimated Resell: $160

Release Date: November/18/2020

Where to Buy: (Retail) Nike

                      (Resale) StockX

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Mohammad Yousaf

Mohammad Yousaf

As a business student, Mohammad was thoroughly impressed with where the secondary market was heading for sneakers. He quickly realized that what used to be considered as a side hustle, was now the main income stream for many. He has studied the game ever since.


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