As we enter the final days of the month of June, we’re seeing some of the most anticipated drops of the summer. In this article, we’ll be covering the much-awaited and hyped up Air Jordan 14. Nike is set to release the Air Jordan 14 Retro Toro on July 2nd for a retail price of $190.

This has been one of the most awaited drops of the summer. I’ve seen way too many posts on Instagram and a whole bunch of YouTubers covering this specific drop. Plus, with the Air Jordan 14 silhouette, we can always expect a rising resale value.

Before you continue to read the estimated resale value of the Air Jordan 14 Retro Toro, make sure you’ve signed up to our newsletter in order to say updated with all the latest drops. Plus, if you follow our winner’s circle, you’ll be receiving valuable insider information regarding which shoes to cop and which to drop.

Feel free to skip to the “Conclusion” to read a summarized version of the entire article and find out how much can you resell the Air Jordan 14 Retro Toro for.

We have seen the Toro colorway before but in different silhouettes such as the Air Jordan 5 and the Air Jordan 4. It’s only right to see how they performed before we evaluate the Jordan 14 Retro.

Jordan 4 Retro Toro Bravo

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The Jordan 4 is probably my favorite silhouette. Its sturdiness and its mean outlook just speak to me. This specific Jordan 4 was dropped in 2013 for a retail price of $160. Since then there have been 740 resales on StockX.

Average resale value of $400 has been consistent over the 7 year period with a peak resale of $1619. With the upcoming drop of the Jordan 14 Retro Toro and due to The Last Dance factor, the demand for the Jordan 4 has been rising once again.

In the last couple of days, the Jordan 4 Retro Toro Bravo has seen resales of almost $500. As always, Jordan’s goodwill comes through and protects a reseller’s investment.

Jordan 5 Retro DMP Raging Bull Red Suede

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Featured in a red suede upper with black midsoles and the Jumpman logo on the tongue – this Jordan 5 was released way back in 2009 for a retail price of $155.

Since its release, it has been performing outstandingly well in the market. Averaging a resale value of $603 on StockX, and even in this past week with the resale value has been going up to $500, we can see that this colorway is a success.

Jordan 14 Retro Toro


The Jordan 14 silhouette was released towards the end of Michael Jordan’s career with the Chicago Bulls. Often it has been shown less love than the silhouettes which Jordan wore during his 5 first NBA Championships, but the Toro colorways is sure to spice up the game.

The pair comes in a bright red upper with black and white accompanying across the toe box, lace guard, and midsoles. On the tongue overlays, we can see the branding of “JORDAN” and on the laterals, we see the Jumpman logo inspired by Lamborghini’s logo. A white Jumpman logo on the toe box finishes up the sneaker.

Where To Buy

The Jordan 14 Retro will be releasing on Nike’s Official Website and on the SNKRS app and across various select retailers. If you plan to buy them for the resale value, you’ll be able to get them on StockX.

Resale Value Of The Air Jordan 14 Retro Toro

Congratulations! You’ve finally made it to the part where you realize whether or not the Air Jordan 14 is a money maker.

Well, in this case, I’m glad to say it is. And the greatest contributing factor has been its hype. For the past few weeks, there’s no other shoe that I have been seeing more on my timeline than this. People are just crazy about the colorway.

With a retail price of $190, we see that the average resale value of the sneaker is likely to be around $250. According to StockX, they’re estimating that the average resale value is around $311 – which is within our range.

As soon as the sneaker drops, we expect the resale value to drop. The Jordan 14, in the short term, will be a good buy and sell. It’s not one to hold.


Sneaker: Air Jordan 14 Retro Toro (Gym Red)

Release Date: 2nd July 2020

Retail Price: $190

Resale Value: $230-$280

Popular Sizes: 8, 9, 10, 10.5

The Jordan 14 Retro Toro looks really good and it’s all because of the bright red colorway. Although the silhouette might not be as popular as the other Jordans, that doesn’t mean that you can’t make money off of it.

Therefore, don’t be shy and cop this drop.

Get Into The Sneaker Game

The sneaker resale game is tough and merciless. Whilst there is an opportunity for a whole load of profits to be made, there’s also a greater opportunity of losing your money. The one way to counter this is through following a set of practices that have shown success in the past and present.

Our Hypemaster Playbook was curated very carefully. Each aspect of the sneaker resale game is talked about in detail within this guide. This guide will teach you the fundamentals of identifying hot drops and then converting them into a sale for a profit.

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Looking forward to speaking to you again,

Signing off for today!

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Haider Tahir

Haider first discovered the sneaker market a few years back by accident and has ever since been intrigued by how the market flows and moves. His favorite sneaker is the Jordan 1.


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