Best Sneakers To Resell In September 2022
Discover the best sneakers to resell in September 2022 as Tom Sachs makes a return as well as a myriad of other popular sneakers including Dunks, Air Jordans, and more.
September 2022 is likely one of the best months so far this year, with a number of profitable drops planned. This month includes some heavy hitters that will be very profitable such as the Nike Dunks, Air Jordans in iconic colorways, and many more. Stay tuned as we go through the Best Sneakers To Resell In September 2022.
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We’ve got some exciting sneakers to cover, so without further adieu, let’s get right to it!
Adidas Yeezy 350 V2 Slate/Core (Beige Black)
- Retail Price: $240
- Estimated Resell: $300
- Release Date: September 3rd, 2022
- Colorway: Slate/Core Black
- Style Code: HP7870
This Adidas Yeezy 350 V2 features a Prime Knit Beige upper that is textured all the way throughout the upper. The only bit of contrast is provided by the jet-black strip in the middle with the signature “SPLY-350” branding across.
Sock liners are also darker in an olive-like hue, while grey laces add a bit of contrast. Olive midsoles and matching outsoles with Boost encapsulating finishes off the design.
On the secondary market, these sneakers are worth north of $300, and I expect that to be the average resale price come the release date.
Air Jordan 6 Retro Georgetown
- Retail Price: $200
- Estimated Resell: $240
- Release Date: Saturday, September 3rd, 2022
- Colorway: Magnet/College Navy
- Style Code: CT8529-012
This version of the Air Jordan 6 has an almost totally grey suede construction with subtle dark blue accents.
The toes, side overlays, and collars are all covered in grey suede. In the meantime, the side panels and the padded collars are covered in 3M reflective perforations. Grey laces are wrapped around the necks and the toes.
The tongues of the shoe, which also have “JORDAN” branding imprinted on them, are finished with dark blue lace toggles with the grey Jump-Man logo.
The design is completed with matching grey heel pulls, grey midsoles with visible Air Units, grey outsoles with ice-blue transparent bits, and black Jordan logos.
On the secondary market, the Air Jordan 6 is not the most particularly profitable sneaker, which is why I expect an average resale price of around $240 per pair.
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Air Jordan 3 OG Retro Fire Red 2022
- Retail Price: $210
- Estimated Resale: $220-$250
- Release Date: Saturday, September 10th, 2022
- Colorway: White/Fire Red-Black
- Style Code: DN3707-160
The Air Jordan 3 Retro Fire Red, which was first introduced in 1988 and then reissued in 2007 and 2013, is back in its most authentic form yet!
With white stitching dividing the spotless upper portion from the grey elephant print leather into the toes and rears, the uppers have white leather around the toes and side panels.
The Red Nike Air logo is etched on the heel tabs, while Fire Red lower eyelets and polka-dot eye stays provide some further contrast. The pattern is completed with red/white midsoles, matching outsoles, and tongues bearing the eponymous Jump-Man trademark.
On the secondary market, although the Air Jordan 3 used to be one of the most profitable sneakers, it is not so much anymore as even popular colorways resell for small margins.
On the secondary market, these sneakers are worth around $240 and will likely drop down to around $220 post-release.
J Balvin x Air Jordan 2 Retro
- Retail Price: $300
- Estimated Resell: $400+
- Release Date: Thursday, September 15th, 2022
- Colorway: Celestine Blue/White-Multi-Color
- Style Code: DQ7691-419
Though nevertheless interesting, the second collaboration of J Balvin x Jordan seems to be less trippy than the first.
Celestine Blue shows on the side panels and collars of the uppers in a crosshatch pattern, while light blue leather with perforations is used on the eye stays of the uppers.
Matching sky blue tongues with shiny Jordan Wings designs are led up by matching necks that are laced in white. Cloudy patterns, insoles with Balvin’s signature, and customized green thunderbolt emblems on the inside tongues make the interiors even more fascinating.
The Nike and J-Balvin happy face insignia are featured on the heels, while sky blue outsoles complete the look.
The J-Balvin x Nike sneakers are quite popular, and just as the last pairs were so highly popular and profitable, these will likely be as well. On the secondary market, expect an average resale value of around $400 per pair.
Air Jordan 1 Retro High Heirloom
- Retail Price: $170
- Estimated Resell: $250-$350
- Release Date: Saturday, September 17th, 2022
- Colorway: Vachetta Tan/Black/Sail
- Style Code: 555088-202
Uppers are constructed with premium leather in a dark yellow hue that covers the toes, eye stays, heel overlays, and the collars with debossed Jordan Wings motifs in a similar yellow tinge.
The underlays provide a sharp contrast, featuring a canvas jet black material on the toes, throats, side panels, and collar underlays. Black laces blend right in while Sail midsoles and matching yellow outsoles finish off the design.
These will likely also yield decent returns, except gross profits of around $80 per pair!
Air Jordan 1 Retro High Yellow Toe (AKA Taxi)
- Retail Price: $170
- Estimated Resell: $250+
- Release Date: Saturday, September 24th, 2022
- Colorway: Taxi-Black-Sail
- Style Code: 555088-711
The Air Jordan 1 High Yellow Toe comes with a black, yellow, and sail color pattern and is often referred to as the legendary “Taxi” colorway.
The toes are covered with black leather, which even reaches the eye stays. Swooshes made of black leather contrast the sail leather on the side panels.
Bright yellow leather covers the toe boxes, which rise to the necks in a similar shade of black and are topped with conventional black laces.
The tongues have white tags with yellow Nike Air branding, while the inserts sport the black Nike logo and the titular colors with yellow inserts. The design is finished off with sail midsoles and vibrant yellow outsoles.
These will also likely be profitable, and I expect gross profits of around $80 per pair.
Air Jordan 1 High OG Starfish
- Retail Price: $170
- Estimated Resell: $300+
- Release Date: Late September
- Colorway: Starfish
- Style Code: DO9369-101
Releasing in women’s exclusive sizing, these Air Jordans are inspired by Michael Jordan’s iconic “Shattered Backboard” incident. The sneakers, in particular, are inspired by the Chicago Bulls’ gear at the time.
Uppers feature vibrant orange leather on the toes, eye stay, heel overlays, and collars with black Jordan Wings motifs. Meanwhile, the collar’s underlays feature a dark-orange/brown tinge.
Perforated white toe boxes, orange laces, orange Swooshes, Sail midsoles, and titular outsoles finish off the design.
Expect decent returns from these kicks, likely at over $300 per pair.
Cactus Plant Flea Market x Nike Dunk Low
- Retail Price: $160
- Estimated Resell: $1,000+
- Release Date: Fall 2022
- Colorway: N/A
- Style Code: DM0430-700
This version of the CPFM x Nike Dunk Low is made of suede and has an enlarged and small Swoosh as well as a foundation with a quilted triangle design.
Other elements include two sets of thick laces, mismatched sock liners, puffy tongues, and a Yin Yang insignia on the lateral heel counter.
The shoe’s Mossy Green patterned midsole that continues toward the mudguard is its standout feature. The Dunk Low also includes a brown terry cloth drawstring bag branded with “just do it” and the Yin Yang emblem.
On the secondary market, these sneakers are worth well over $1,700 per pair! Making this one of the most valuable releases of this year if they do eventually release.
Hopefully, we will not have to witness further delays as we have seen plenty of them in recent times!
Off White Air Force 1 Low Green
- Retail Price: $160
- Estimated Resell: $2,000+
- Release Date: Fall 2022
- Colorway: Light Green Spark/Metallic Silver-Light Green Spark
- Style Code: DX1419-300
The vivid green leather upper on this Air Force 1 Low is evocative of some of Nike’s St. Patrick’s Day footwear.
The mudguards, perforated toe boxes, eye stays, and mudguards are all covered in green leather and have dark green laces to match. A pair of green tongues with teal outlines, what looks to be a hollow in the center, and “Nike” tags on the side can also be spotted with matching throats.
Along with being green, the side panels include cutouts for ventilation between the silver Nike Swooshes and the black stitching. The rears are covered in light green with green Swooshes.
The midsoles include ‘Air’ inscriptions in Off-White and Nike styles, and they also sport a green color. Simple green outsoles complete the look.
After the demise of Virgil Abloh, Off White continues to flourish by taking his valuable teaching and implementing it into work which so often results in incredible designs such as this Nike Air Force 1 Low.
Although there is no set release date as of now, the Off White Nike Air Force 1 Low, as history has shown, will be incredibly valuable on the secondary market.
Currently, on websites such as StockX, the average selling price of 33 sold pairs is a whopping $3,000+, and even after the release date, the price is expected to be above $2,000. This is definitely a sneaker you will want to keep an eye out for!
Sacai x Nike Cortez 4.0 Grey
- Retail Price: $160
- Estimated Resell: $400
- Release Date: Fall, 2022
- Colorway: Grey
- Style Code:
The official photos for the alternate grayscale colorway of the much-awaited Sacai x Nike Cortez 4.0 “OG” have officially surfaced.
The next pairs, which debut on the 50th anniversary of Bill Bowerman’s Cortez model, include Sacai’s recognizable twinned pattern that can be seen on its previous Nike footwear collaborations, including the Blazer Low and VaporWaffle.
The uppers are made of nylon and feature overlapping Swooshes on the laterals and dual-stacked suede patches on the heel.
The white leather tongue tabs and heel tabs bear the Nike and Sacai co-branding, the laces come in pairs, and the double-layered collars hint at both GR and the collaboration tongue tabs. An expanded heel piece, Zoom Air bubble pieces on the divided midsoles, and signature rubber outsoles complete the aesthetic.
On the secondary market, these sneakers will likely also yield very heavy returns. Although Sacai collaborations are unpredictable regarding profitability, in most cases, these sneakers are good for reselling.
The Sacai x Nike Blazer, for example, was expected to be very profitable but unfortunately for some resellers, they only yielded lunch money in returns.
In fact, today, they are so unprofitable that even though they retailed for around $120, they’re reselling for lower than $90 per pair on the secondary market.
On the other hand, the Sacai x Nike VaporWaffle is a very profitable sneaker. The Sacai x Nike VaporWaffle Sail Gum, for example, retailed for around $180 and currently resells for almost $500 on StockX!
Moreover, the Sacai x Nike LD Waffle is also a relatively low-profit release and resells for around a few bucks over the retail price in most cases.
This is why you’ll need to be careful when buying a collaborative sneaker on a new silhouette. Thankfully, judging by the number on StockX, these sneakers appear to be worth well over $600 and will likely drop down to $400 post-release date.
With that, we finish off our list of the best sneakers to resell in September 2022.