Winter months are on the way, and Nike is making sure that they are releasing the right sneakers in the right color combinations. The Jordan 1 High is not only a durable sneaker but one that wears most colorways incredibly well. Today we discuss the yet-to-release Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG ‘Gorge Green’ and how we think it will perform on the resell market.

Image of neon LED Jordan sign via Unsplash.
Image of neon LED Jordan sign via Unsplash.

Before we take a closer look at the Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG ‘Gorge Green’, we’re going to analyze a similar pair that was released a few years ago.

Jordan 1 Retro High ‘Pine Green’

  • Retail Price: $160
  • Average Resell Price: $534
  • Colorway: Pine Green, Sail, Black
  • Release Date: Saturday, September 22, 2018
  • Style Code: 555088-302
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Official image of the Jordan 1 Retro High ‘Pine Green’ via GOAT.

Jordan Brand expanded its “Black Toe” lineup with the Jordan 1 Retro High Pine Green. This design is reminiscent of the Bred Toe release of 2018, only instead of red, the toe box and ankle inserts are paneled with pine green hues.

This Jordan 1 Retro High is composed of a white tumbled leather upper with pine green and black overlays. This design is complete with a black leather Swoosh, sail midsole, and pine green outsole. These sneakers were released in September 2018 and retailed for $160. 

You will notice the incredibly high retail price, which almost nets you $350 profit per pair! While we don’t necessarily expect the Gorge Green to resell for as high as the Pine Green, it’s still a great comparison.

Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG ‘Gorge Green’

  • Retail Price: $180
  • Sneaker Flippers Estimated Resell Price: $350
  • Colorway: Gorge Green, Metallic Silver, White
  • Release Date: Saturday, November 12, 2022
  • Style Code: DZ5485-303
Official image of the Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG 'Gorge Green' via SneakerNews.
Official image of the Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG ‘Gorge Green’ via SneakerNews.

Dressed in a Gorge Green, White, and Metallic Silver color scheme. This offering of the Air Jordan 1 features a White leather upper with Green overlays and Silver Swoosh and Wings logos. A White midsole atop a Green rubber outsole completes the design.

This Jordan 1 High is great for the winter months and is definitely fit for a Christmas-themed outfit.

Dark Green seems to be a very popular color among Jordan 1 sneakers, especially in the colder months.

Early numbers have already reached $500 for this sneaker on the resell market, so this sneaker definitely has some built-up anticipation prior to its release on November 12th.

That being said, we estimate the sneaker will resell for about $350 after the official release. With the built-up hype and the perfect timing of the release, we expect this pair to bring in decent profits for resellers.

Where to buy for resell

We believe this pair will be resold for around $350.

If you are not able to purchase for retail, definitely check out two of the most trusted reselling sources in the game:

  • GOAT: An online app where sellers can list their sneakers for market prices, and buyers can either place bids or accept the seller’s price. Sellers ship their pairs to the GOAT warehouse, where they are authenticated and shipped to the buyers.
  • Flight Club: Both a website and physical store(s) where sellers can give their shoes in to be sold in consignment, where Flight Club will take a percentage off of the sale.


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We believe the pair will resell for about $350, which will result in fantastic profits for resellers!

If you want to learn how to possibly purchase sneakers like this and start making profits, check out our Hypemaster Playbook for all the information and video lessons you need!

Frequently Asked Questions

How much do Jordan 1s cost?

Typically, the Air Jordan 1 High retails for $170 USD, while the Mid and Low charge $115 and $90, respectively. How do Air Jordan 1s fit? The AJ1 is widely considered to be true-to-size, so take the size you typically wear.

Is Jordan owned by Nike?

Ever since its initial release in 1984, Air Jordan and its related products have expanded Nike’s domain and continue to define the modern basketball and sneaker culture we know today.

Why is it called Shattered Backboard?

On August 1985, after Jordan’s season with the Chicago Bulls, he played an exhibition game in Trieste, Italy. The absolute highlight of this game was Michael Jordan’s dunk. So powerful that Jordan shattered the glass of the backboard.

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Jimmy McPherson

Jimmy McPherson

Jimmy is the former founder of Midwest Soles, a sneaker and streetwear reselling company. He's a current business student with a continued passion for sneakers and sneaker reselling.


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