Air Jordan 1 Low Golf Shattered Backboard Release Date and Resale Value
Discover the Air Jordan 1 Low Golf Shattered Backboard, its release details, estimated resale value, and tips on how to buy for retail price.
The famous Air Jordan 1 ‘Shattered Backboard’ returns in a new format, a low golf sneaker. This new release is not just built for style, but also for performance on the course. The Air Jordan 1 Low Golf Shattered Backboard is set to release on June 8th with a retail price of $140.
As always, we will be taking an in-depth look at this sneaker and how we expect it to perform on the sneaker aftermarket. In order to better predict what the resale price of this Jordan 1 Golf will be, let’s first take a look at some similar pairs and analyze how they did on the resell market.
Jordan 1 Retro Low Golf ‘Chicago’
- Retail Price: $140
- Average Resell Price: $266
- Release Date: Thursday, March 24, 2022
- Colorway: Varsity Red/Black-White
- Style Code: DD9315-600
The Chicago colorway is by far the most famous and recognizable of any Jordan color combination, so it’s no surprise that these sneakers are racking up over $100 in profit.
This sneaker is the perfect symbol of both basketball style and golf performance all in one. This is truly a reason why these types of golf shoes have been such a successful niche and why we believe they will continue to grow and attract sneakerheads.
Despite the popularity of the Chicago colorway, it’s not the most prestigious. The Shattered Backboard Jordans have done considerably better on the resell market and we anticipate a higher profit than the Chicago’s.
Jordan 1 Retro Low Golf ‘UNC’
- Retail Price: $130
- Average Resell Price: $218
- Release Date: Friday, March 4, 2022
- Colorway: White/University Blue
- Style Code: DD9315 100
The Jordan 1 Low Golf ‘UNC’ is another famous basketball sneaker that morphed into a golf sneaker as the Jordan brand continued to run the classics back on the course.
The pair features a smooth white leather upper with baby blue overlays.
Like all Jordan golf sneakers, this pair also features deep grooves at the base so golfers can retain a strong foundation no matter where the ball lies.
This pair will get you under $100 in profit, but it is definitely still a good investment and potentially a pair that may rise in the future!
Air Jordan 1 Low Golf ‘Shattered Backboard’
We’ve looked at some similar pairs, now it’s time for the main event.
While the materials on the sneaker are not identical to its Jordan High counterpart, the colorway stays true to its Shattered Backboard name.
When you take a look at the other Shattered Backboard sneakers, you’ll see prices from $400 to literally $1,200!
This is a huge reason why we believe this particular Jordan will do better than the rest of the golf pairs that we’ve seen on the market. There is something about the Shattered Backboard colorway that people love.
With that being said our official estimation for what this pair will do on the resell market is hovering at $220. We believe that the colorway and its prestige on other pairs will shine through.
- Retail Price: $140
- Estimated Resell: $220
- Release Date: Wednesday, June 8, 2022
- Colorway: Starfish/Black-White
- Style Code: DD9315-800
Where to Buy (Retail)
Where to Buy (Resale)
Frequently Asked Questions
Where are Jordan golf shoes sold?
Golf Galaxy, DICK’s Sports HQ, and Field & Stream. Golf Galaxy is known to sell Jordan golf shoes, both new release versions, and old release versions, at their websites or at their physical stores.
Are Air Jordan golf shoes waterproof?
Technology. The NIKE Jordan ADG3 spikeless golf shoes feature premium leather uppers. This material features a soft, supple feel and classic sneaker style with durability and waterproof protection. NIKE backs the Jordan ADG3 shoes with a 1-year waterproof warranty.
What golfers wear Jordans?
Nike sponsors some of the biggest names on the PGA Tour, but 30-year-old Harold Varner III is the only player in professional golf currently sporting the iconic Jordan Brand. The deal between Varner and Jordan was an easy match, with Varner proudly representing the state of North Carolina, where he was raised.