The Nike Air Foamposite One is notorious for releasing some of the most attention grabbing colorways in Nike’s arsenal. Taking inspiration from the already popular “Concord” colorway normally seen on the Air Jordan 11, Nike hoped that this rendition of their classic silhouette would spark the interest of many. With most Foamposites reselling for a very beneficial price, resellers didn’t think a colorway would stop this silhouette from performing in the market. Unfortunately for them, they were very wrong. ShoeFAX analysis took a look at the sales/listings on both eBay and Kixify to give us an accurate look at the Nike Air Foamposite One “Concord.”
With the sneaker hitting retailers for a high $230, many resellers thought this rendition of the Nike Air Foamposite One would bring them great profit. Instead the sneaker sat on shelves for a very long time, and are still on select stock lists for a discounted price of $200. Due to the lack of sales, resellers were forced to discount their pairs as well. Dropping down to an average $173.85 per pair, anyone who thought of reselling the Nike Air Foamposite One “Concord” for a profit is now losing almost $60 for every pair sold.
This goes to show that even if a silhouette is very popular not everyone is going to buy every colorway. If people take the risk of reselling, they have got to realize they may lose some money eventually. If you liked this analysis of the Nike Air Foamposite One “Concord,” head over to ShoeFAX for the sneaker’s complete breakdown!