While the resale market is usually bloated with coveted sneakers going for far more than their original retail price, that doesn’t mean you can’t find good deals. Though it might take a bit of digging, if you know what to look for, you can even cop sneakers for less than their MSRP.
Most notably, resale platforms such as Stadium Goods and StockX offer a suprising number of sneakers for under retail price, from recent drops to classic models. For starters, Off-White’s running-focused collection comprising the Nike Waffle Racer dropped in December for $150 is now available on GOAT for $130 — a rarity for Virgil Abloh designs.
Meanwhile, high fashion fans can get their hands on Balenciaga’s retro sportswear-inspired Track for around $450 — a significant improvement on its original retail price of $775.
Take a look at all of our favorite resale sneakers available for under retail price below.
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.
Off-White™ x Nike Waffle Racer — Retail: $150 | Price decrease of 13.3%
Kiko Kostadinov x ASICS GEL-Sokat 2 — Retail: $860 | Price decrease of 60%
Nike Shox Gravity — Retail: $120 | Price decrease of 33%
Off-White Vulc Low — Retail: $315 | Price decrease of 32%
UNDERCOVER x Nike Air Max 720 — Retail: $200 | Price decrease of 42%
John Elliott x Nike LeBron Icon — Retail: $250 | Price decrease of 52%
Balenciaga Track — Retail: $775 | Price decrease of 42%
adidas AlphaEdge 4D Reflective — Retail: 300 | Price decrease of 45%
Martine Rose x Nike Air Monarch 4 — Retail: $200 | Price decrease of 25%
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