Air Jordan 1 Low Astrograbber and Night Track| Release Information| Detailed Look| Resale

Nike is bringing back the 70s with 2 new sneakers! The Air Jordan 1 Low Astrograbber and Night Track price is $100 and releases on the 1st of August. Keep reading for details on its release and resale.

August is shaping up to be a lucrative month for re-sellers as we get news of new hyped releases. Just check out what Jordan Brand has In Store For Us in the coming months and you’ll understand.

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Air Jordan 1 Low

Air Jordan 1 Low OG Chicago Nike Kicks
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The Air Jordan 1 is a classic silhouette and perhaps one of Nike’s over-all best sneakers ever. The low variant, although not as popular as the high, is still a solid sneaker with rich history.

Michael Jordan himself wore the sneakers on multiple occasions during critical championship games. The sneaker after being introduced in 1985 has seen countless renditions and colorways.

Although recently hype isn’t as high as high as it used to be, most releases still sell out instantly. After release of the Netflix documentary ‘The Last Dance’, anticipation for these shoes have further increased.

That not only effected primary sales but also the resale market. There’s clear evidence for the sneakers that were shown in the documentary to have their resale prices rise due to higher demand.

Nike Night Track & Astrograbber| Back To The 70s

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Before Nike rocked the world with technologically revolutionary products and legendary designers such as Tinker and Phil Knight, they had the perfect shoes for various sub-groups of people.

The Nike Night Track was designed particularly for people living in that “Fast Lane”. Particularly, people with the glamorous life of the party where they would frequently visit clubs.

To appeal to them, Nike made the Night Track a true Disco sneaker in 1979. This glitter embellished sneaker was sought after by many, especially when most people couldn’t get their hands on them.

The sneaker had a silver Nylon upper and an out-sole with excellent traction. You know, for all those crazy dance moves they did back in the day.

The sneaker was actually pretty special at the time and was gifted to celebrities such as Michael Jackson and David Hasselhoff.

The Nike Astrograbber on the other hand, was a more serious performance shoe. It was a turf-inspired sneaker made for purely football performance.

The Nike Astrograbber was very important for Nike entering the football world. It released in 1976 and featured a waffle shaped studded out-sole for great traction.

To estimate the resale value for the Air Jordan 1 Low Astrograbber and Night Track, let’s head over to StockX.

Air Jordan 1 Retro Low Varsity Red

Air Jordan 1 Retro low varsity Red StockX
From StockX

Retail Price: $140

Peak Resale: $1,200

Release Date: 03/28/2015

Colorway: White/Varsity-Red-White

This Air Jordan features a striking white leather upper, matching laces and a be-speckled white toe box. A red collar out-line, a red ‘Swoosh’ and red mid-sole provide a much needed, perfect contrast.

These sneakers look great and perhaps that’s reflected onto its resale value. On StockX, the average selling price currently is over $219 per pair. That means on average, these kicks are making re-sellers about $80 in gross profits.

Had you sold these at peak resale however, profits would’ve been as high as $1,060 per pair! Overall, it’s quite similar to the Air Jordan 1 Low Gel Night Track. I assume resale will also be similar.

Air Jordan 1 Low White Neutral grey

Air Jordan 1 Retro Low White Neutral Grey StockX
From StockX

Retail Price: $130

Peak Resell: $700

Release Date: 28/02/2015

Colorway: White/Neutral Grey

This sneaker features a white leather upper with grey hits throughout. A white dotted toe box, white laces and, a white upper is subtly contrasted by a grey ‘Swoosh’ and heel. A white mid-sole and grey out-sole finishes off the design.

These are highly profitable on StockX with an average selling price of $377. That’s an average gross profit of $247 while at peak resale prices, gross profit is as high as $570

Air Jordan 1 Low White Obsidian

Air Jordan 1 Low White Obsidian
From StockX

Retail Price: $90

Peak Resell: $320

Release Date: 08/16/2019


This sneaker is pretty similar to the Air Jordan 1 low Astrograbber and Night Track sneakers, particularly the Astrograbber.

It features an almost entirely white color tone. A white leather upper, white laces, white mid-sole and out-sole. A black ‘Swoosh’ and Nike branding on the tongue provide some contrast.

On StockX, they’ve been mostly sold for minor profits. The average price is $123 which is a gross profit of $33. Other than lunch money, they’ve been sold for profits as high as $230.

I expect the Air Jordan 1 low Astrograbber and Night Track sneaker’s resale to perform somewhere in the middle of all the mentioned sneakers.

Air Jordan 1 low Astrograbber and Night Track

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Retail Price: $100

Estimated Resell: $200-$250

Release date: 08/01/2020

Colorway: Black/Red

Inspired by the OG disco shoes and football shoes, these sneakers are back to give you a taste of the 70s. This Air Jordan 1 Low Gel pack includes two sneakers that pay homage to the Nike Night Track and Astrograbber.

The Astrograbber is a turf-football shoe which debuted back in 1976. It rocks a crisp white leather upper with sail overlay, a black ‘Swoosh’ and, a black sole that completes the design.

To rebuild the sneaker true to the original, it’s constructed from white mesh and sued. The ‘Swoosh’ on the other hand is leather.

The second sneaker, the Night Track was a pretty sought after sneaker back in 1979. It was made available to the general public years later in 2012 as was initially exclusive to friends and family.

The upper is a fusion of metallic silver nylon and leather. A red ‘Swoosh’ and collar liner provide a fiery contrast while a sail mid-sole and black out-sole complete the design.

Take a closer look for yourselves with these high definition images.

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Resale Value

Just as the aforementioned sneakers mentioned above, I believe there is potential for money to be made here. Considering the history behind them and the popular silhouette, they’re probably going to sell out fast.

To get your money back by selling the on StockX after a standard US tax and service fee. You’ll need to sell the Air Jordan 1 low Astrograbber and Night Track for at least $120. Thus by using my estimated resell value, you can expect profits of up to $130. In other words, that’s a gross profit of $150.

Where to Buy

The Air Jordan 1 low Astrograbber and Night Track will be available exclusively on size? through a raffle which will conclude on July 31st.

If you fail to get them at the raffle, don’t worry. The pack will see a wider release on August 15th and will cost $100 per pair on (TBC).


Air Jordan 1 low Astrograbber and Night Track

Retail Price: $100

Estimated Resell: $200-$250

Release Date: (Raffle) July 31st

                          (Full Release) August 15th

Where to Buy: (Raffle) size?

                           (Full Release)

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Take care everyone.

Mohammad Yousaf.

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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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