Nike Air Jordan 11 Retro Low I.E. Black Cement – Resale Value!
One of the most underrated silhouettes of probably the most popular basketball sneaker brand is being put under the spotlight once again. Yes, ladies and gentlemen, I’m talking about the Nike Air Jordan 11 Low I.E.
According to Nike, the Air Jordan Low I.E. is getting a blast from the past with the black cement colorway. The sneaker will be available for release on the 16th of July for a retail price of $170.
Feel free to skip to the Conclusion to read a condensed version of the article and find out the resale value of the Air Jordan 11 Low I.E. Black Cement.
Now if you’re wondering where you have heard the words black cement before, your memory might be benefitted by taking a look at this picture down below.
(Images by StockX)
Sneaker: Nike Air Jordan 3 Retro Black Cement 2001
Release Date: 14th July 2001
Retail Price: $100
Resale Value: $321
Air Jordan 3 was designed by the legendary sneaker designer – Tinker Hatfield. The Black Cement Jordan 3 was worn by Michael Jordan himself for the 1998 NBA All-Star Game. The silhouette of Air Jordan 3 was quick to become popular on and off the field.
For one lucky seller in 2017, the Black Cement was bought for $1200! That is some profit margin over a $100 retail price! Even in 2020, the sneaker is being resold for almost $500 which speaks to the colorway’s longevity.
Sneaker: Nike Air Jordan 3 Retro Black Cement 2018
Release Date: February 17th, 2018
Retail Price: $200
Resale Value: $301
This is the 2018 retro version of the 2001 Air Jordan 3 Black Cement. Over the course of time, black cement has become one of the hyped colorways. For the 2018 version, Nike didn’t change much and hence followed a policy of “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it”.
The sneaker was released on Michael Jordan’s 55th birthday, February 17th, 2018, and sold for $200. Over the time period, the sneaker has gained an average resale value of $301. Moreover, ever since the news of the Air Jordan 11 Black Cement came into play, the 2018 Retro Black Cement also saw an appreciation in its resale value.
Now, how about we take a look at how some of the colorways of the Jordan 11 Low I.E. have performed over the years.
Nike Air Jordan 11 Retro Low IE Space Jam
Release Date: 13th July 2019
Retail Price: $170
Resale Value: $143
Dressed in a completely black upper with white mudguard and translucent blue outsole, Nike failed to hit this one out of the “space”.
Nike Air Jordan 11 Retro Low IE Black Metallic Gold (W)
Release Date: 30th June 2007
Retail Price: $115
Resale Value: $214
This Jordan 11 Low I.E. comes dressed up in a black upper with cheetah prints as overlays. Frankly, I wouldn’t buy this. But hey, then again it’s not made for men.
Nike Air Jordan 11 Retro Low IE White Argon Blue
Release Date: 4th August 2007
Retail Price: $115
Resale Value: $188
Featuring a completely white upper with blue elephant print, this Jordan 11 Low I.E. is easy on the eyes. The greatest dollar amount for which the sneaker resold for was $285.
Nike Air Jordan 11 Retro Low IE Black Cement
(Images by Nike)
The Jordan 11 Low I.E. features the black cement colorway almost the same as it predecessors did. This Air Jordan 11 Low IE features a Black upper with elephant print overlays. We can see strong red accents on the tongue with the Jumpman logo branding.
A white midsole and a translucent outsole finish up the design on the Jordan 11 Retro Low I.E. Black Cement.
There’s not much difference from the previous versions except of course the silhouette but since the Jordan 11 Low I.E. is quite an underappreciated silhouette as we have seen from the above drops, I’m not sure if it’s going to perform as well on the market as the Black Cement’s predecessors did.
Where to Buy?
Head over to Nike’s official website on the 16th of July at 07:00 pm if you want to buy Jordan 11 Retro Low I.E. Black Cement. If you’re unable to buy them off of Nike, then StockX will be your next best bet! Good luck!
So you wanna know if investing in the Jordan 11 Retro Low I.E. Black Cement will make your pockets heavy or not, right?
Well, the answer is yes and no. It all depends on timing. If you’re able to purchase the sneaker right off the drop i.e. on the 16th of July for the retail price, then you might be able to sell it for a profit. But as we know that the silhouette is not that popular, don’t expect for the sneaker to hold its price.
The only reason you will be able to make a profit off of the Black Cement is because of its hype and the fact that it was worn by Michael Jordan back in 1998.
According to our estimates, the resale value of the Jordan 11 Retro Low I.E. Black Cement is likely to be between $220-270. This is a good estimate considering we’ve vouched through all the bids and ask prices and then came to this evaluation.
Sneaker: Nike Air Jordan 11 Retro Low I.E. Black Cement
Release Date: 16th July, 2020
Retail Price: $170
Resale Value Range: $220-$270
So that’s it from me today folks! Scroll down to look at all the latest images of the Jordan 11 Retro Low I.E. Black Cement.
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