Check Out the New Upcoming Nike x CPFM Dunk Low
Check out the Nike x CPFM Dunk Low, which is due for release very soon. Will it turn a profit or not?
Despite the currently unknown release date, Nike and Cactus Plant Flea Market is releasing another collaboration! Today we take a closer look at the upcoming Nike CPFM Flea 1 Cactus Plant Flea Market Desert Moss. This pair is certainly going to resell for a profit margin so make sure to check out the upcoming Nike x CPFM Dunk Low.
What is Cactus Plant Flea Market?
Cactus Plant Flea Market is a fashion label crafting original streetwear with signature dye treatments and lettering. Some pieces are hand-embroidered, and a select few feature the character of Cactus Buddy!, included in the set of four coveted collectibles.
Back in 2016, Kanye West was photographed alongside Chance the Rapper and Drake wearing a black skull cap and a slouchy long sleeve shirt with “CPFM ADULT FILMS” sprawled across the front.
CPFM, for those who don’t know, stands for Cactus Plant Flea Market, and since then the brand has exploded in popularity to become one of the most notable names in streetwear.
A major appeal of the brand, aside from its mystery, is its fluid and eccentric combination of type and playful graphic imagery, with both embroidery and screenprint at play simultaneously in some instances.
Melting yellow smiley faces have become a signature look. This unique design style is applied to staple streetwear pieces including hats, hoodies, headbands, long sleeve shirts, and tees.
Nike Dunk Low Cactus Plant Flea Market Spiral Sage
- Retail Price: $550
- Average Resell Price: $9,210
- Colorway: Spiral Sage
- Release Date: Wednesday, November 18, 2020
- Style Code: CZ2670-300
Before we say anything we want to make it clear that we do not think the CPFM Desert Moss Dunk Low will resell for 9 grand.
the “Pure Platinum” look revealed by Nike, CPFM x Dunk Low “Spiral Sage” features a textile upper covered in Swarovski crystals. Aside from being a nod to rhinestone home fashion projects of the ’90s, the design celebrates CPFM’s main theme of air and sunshine through dynamic light refraction.
Additional details include exaggerated Swoosh branding, thick-padded tongues, detachable double lace flap, and a Double Vision smiley shoe tag.
We simply included this sneaker to give you some insight on a past collaboration between Nike x CPFM.
Nike CPFM Flea 1 Cactus Plant Flea Market Desert Moss
- Retail Price: Unknown
- Estimated Resell Price: $500 (assuming $120 retail price)
- Colorway: Barley, Sail, Desert Moss
- Release Date: Unknown (2022)
- Style Code: DM0430-700
You can see that there is still quite a bit that is unknown about this release, but if you stay up to date with different sneaker outlets you will be able to learn of new developments as soon as they happen.
This sneaker is a bit odd in its display, as it looks like moss is slowly taking over the sneaker. The Nike swoosh is also bleeding onto the midsole as part of the design.
It’s an incredibly interesting sneaker and one that might not appeal to everybody, but it’s really the collaboration that will give this sneaker value.
Cactus Plant Flea Market is big in the resell game and when they collaborate with a brand like Nike, only good things happen for resellers.
We estimate the retail price to be $120 because that is customary for Dunk lows, although that could be different with this release. But with that in mind, we estimate the resell value to be $500 for this sneaker.
The type along with the fashion-forward design of the sneaker is what we believe will generate most of the after-release hype. If we are correct, you could be pushing over $350 profit on this sneaker.
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Where to buy for retail
While we don’t have any confirmed sources for where you can purchase the Nike CPFM Flea 1 Cactus Plant Flea Market Desert Moss for retail, we know Nike and CPFM’s websites are pretty secure.
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This Nike x CPFM sneaker is definitely going to be profitable once it releases and we expect you to be able to profit a minimum of $250.
Are Dunk Lows comfortable?
Are Nike Dunks comfortable? They are comfortable but not for all-day wear. If you’re just out and about for an hour or two it’s the perfect shoe, but for a long walk around a city, this shoe doesn’t offer the support like its newer Nike counterparts.
Why are Dunk lows so popular?
By the mid-’90s, the Nike Dunk had become a cult favorite amongst the skateboarding community, thanks to its superior cushioning, support and traction.
Who started Cactus Plant Flea Market?
CPFM’s cause was helped by its founder, Cynthia Lu, who still serves as Pharrell Williams’ PA and chief confidant. Very quickly, photos emerged of Williams wearing Flea Market geat, and it didn’t take the rest of the hip-hop community to catch on.
How much money do I need to start reselling shoes?
Now that you business is set up, it’s time to start getting some shoes to sell. To start reselling shoes you need at least $100 in your bank account to buy enough inventory for one day’s sales (because you don’t want to be stuck with inventory that nobody buys).
Is reselling shoes still profitable?
Of course! If you follow the process of flipping shoes, you can profit around $80-100 per pair for starters. You can work your way to generating higher margins if you get better sneakers to resell, potentially up to $500 per pair. This is not a bad way to make money, and you’ll learn the exact process later on.