It’s recap time! This past week hasn’t been the most profitable but if you’ve followed our Winner’s Circle and played your cards right, it was probably still pretty decent for you. Stay tuned as we go through the best sneakers to buy and resell from January 24th to January 31st.

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With that out of the way, let’s get right to it!

Nike LeBron 19 Christmas

  • Retail Price: $200
  • Average Resell: $220
  • Release Date: Wednesday, January 26th, 2022
  • Colorway: POLARIZED BLUE/CRIMSON BLISS
  • Style Code: DC9338-400
Nike LeBron 19 Christmas Quarter View
Nike LeBron 19 Christmas Quarter View

The Nike LeBron 19 Christmas, as the name suggests, was released in Celebration of Christmas 2021 with a bright teal upper, decorated orange Swooshes on the sides, and transparent rubber pieces attached to the laces.

Black midsoles are specked with white dots while orange/yellow soles with exposed Air Units complete the design.

On the secondary market, these sneakers are reselling for just over their retail prices.

Drake x Nike Nocta Hot Step Air Terra

  • Retail Price: $150
  • Average Resell: $250
  • Release Date: Thursday, January 27th, 2022
  • Colorway: White/Chrome
  • Style Code: DH4692-100
Drake x Nike Nocta Hot Step Air Terra Quarter View
Drake x Nike Nocta Hot Step Air Terra Quarter View

Drake and Nike with their joint company NOCTA also released this Hot Step Air Terra for $150.

The uppers feature a clean design with an all-white leather look and side perforations. White laces, white midsoles with exposed Air Units, and white/tan outsoles finish off the look.

On the secondary market, these kicks are reselling for average prices of around $250-$280 per pair.

Nike Dunk High Panda (Restock)

  • Retail Price: $115
  • Average Resell: $210
  • Release Date: Thursday, January 27th, 2022 (Restock)
  • Colorway: Black/White
  • Style Code: DD1399-103
Nike Dunk High Panda Quarter View
Nike Dunk High Panda Quarter View

This colorway was released for both the high-top and the low-top, both of which are immensely popular.

The Nike Dunk High Panda features a black and white design with white underlays and black leather overlays. White midsoles and black outsoles finish off the look.

On the secondary market, these kicks are reselling for average prices of around $210 per pair, yielding around $100 in gross profits.

Adidas Yeezy 700 MNVN Resin

  • Retail Price: $220
  • Average Resell: $220
  • Release Date: Monday, January 31st, 2022
  • Colorway: RESIN
  • Style Code: N/A
Adidas Yeezy 700 MNVN Resin Side View
Adidas Yeezy 700 MNVN Resin Side View

The Adidas Yeezy 700 MNVN Resin was also released this week and featured a pretty standard MNVN design. Amidst all the experimentation Yeezy has been doing, these kicks tone it down a notch with its subdued green hue.

Light green covers the side panels with silver “700” branding. Black throats, tongues, and laces complement the other black hits while black midsoles and outsoles finish off the design.

On the secondary market, these sneakers are reselling for close to the retail price which is disappointing considering this silhouette’s lucrative history with resellers!

Some FAQs

Who invented Jordans?

The first Air Jordan 1 as well as the modified versions in 1986 were designed by Peter Moore who also designed the Air Force 1. Tinker Hatfield, however, made most of the Air Jordans starting from the Air Jordan 3.

Can you wear Jordans as basketball shoes?

Air Jordan Brand shoes have great ankle support, traction, and cushioning making them great shoes to hoop in.

Are Nike Dunks still in style?

Nike Dunks are still in style as they are timeless classics ever since they were released back in the 1980s.

Are Nike Dunks still made?

Multiple new Nike Dunk colorways and made and released every month. Sometimes they’re brand new colorways and other times they’re restocked.

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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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