2018 Most Expensive Sneakers Resale Date

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This year has been an amazing year for Jordan Release Dates 2018 sneaker fans and resellers alike, and at not even halfway through at the time of this writing, we have already seen a shocking amount of high resale price sneakers that those with the correct knowledge were able to profit off of.

Here’s a list of the very best.

With the exception of the Balenciagas, each of these shoes had a retail price tag around $200.

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The first significantly expensive shoe this year came early on and was a surprise release, just like some of the best shoes to drop like the Red Octobers in 2014 which went into the five figure range.

A number of lucky individuals were able to take advantage of this occasion and were able to receive a 10x or 1000% return on their investment, which is incredibly not just for shoes but for anything else business related.

Justin Timberlake wore these Under Armour Curry 5 Triple White shoes at the Superbowl, and they were the first Nike Jordan shoes of their kind to have a swoosh mark on the side in addition to being a Retro 3.

Although Nike was one of the first shoes this year to hit the four figure comma level pricetag on the resale market, Adidas and Yeezy were quick to follow with this next shoe.

Kanye has been pushing the boundaries in everything he does, and in that sense he is a true artist, one who isn’t afraid to be bold.

As shocking and controversial as the original Kanye West x Adidas Originals Yeezy Boost high was, Kanye pushed the boundaries even further by bringing shoe silhouettes that are normally seen as ugly and made it into its whole trend.

One of the first to capture the “Dad shoe” trend that is catching on quickly in 2018 was the New Yeezy 2018.

Hitting resale values comfortably over $1000 and at a retail of just $220, the “Super Moon Yellow” Yeezy Desert Rat was a hot commodity, mostly due to its heavy marketing from both the Kardashians and Ye’s social media and paparazzi photos.

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