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With so many coveted drops out each week, the resale market has fast become the primary destination to get your hands on the most coveted kicks. And though platforms such as Stadium Goods and StockX are often home to sneakers reselling for under retail, you’re more likely to encounter sought-after pieces with price hikes to match.

Having recently brought you some of the most expensive items at resale sites, we’re now highlighting some of the best selling sneakers of the moment, according to StockX’s number of sales over the past 72 hours. Unsurprisingly, brands featured in this list include the highlights of recent Nike, Jordan, and YEEZY releases.

Coming out on top is the Air Jordan 1 “Crimson Tint,” with 1,585 sales and counting. Other noteworthy mentions include the YEEZY Boost 350 V2 “Clay” — with close to 1,400 sales — followed by the “Black Cement” Air Jordan 4 (at 657 sales) and the Seoul edition of the Nike: On Air pack, currently sitting on 617 sales.

And while these kicks come with hefty price premiums, the best selling sneakers aren’t always the ones that’ll break the bank. In fact, some of the top selling sneakers of the past four days — such as the “La Mezcla” Air Max 98 — come with resale price tags below the original MSRP.

Scroll on to view more of the best selling sneakers at resale.

Please note that prices are subject to change due to resale hikes and fluctuations, so prices might not be 100 percent accurate at the time of reading.

Air Max 97 "SH Kaleidoscope"

Nike

$395

Air Max 97 Seoul

Nike

$198

1 Retro High Black Crimson Tint

Jordan

$115

Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Clay

adidas Originals

$229

Air Max 1 Tokyo Maze

Nike

$178

Air Max 97 London Summer of Love

Nike

$189

Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG

Jordan

$190

Air Max 1 Susan Missing Link

Nike

$250

Air Max 2 Light Atmos

Nike

$131

Yeezy Boost 350 V2

adidas Originals

$495

Yeezy Boost 700 Inertia

adidas

$399

Air Max 98 "La Mezcla"

Nike

$115

Jordan 4 Retro Black Cement (2019)

Jordan

$259

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