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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, PLEASURES‘ most recent collaboration with Reebok, a hiking-inspired take on the Aztrek, hit shelves for $120 in May and is now reselling at StockX for just $82.

Meanwhile, future-looking sneakerheads can get their hands on Nike’s self-lacing HyperAdapt 1.0 for $524 — a significant improvement on its original retail price of $720.

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.

PLEASURES x Reebok Aztrek — Retail: $120 | Price decrease of 30%

Aztrek

Pleasures x Reebok

$83

Nike Air Force 1 ’07 “Triple White” — Retail: $100 | Price decrease of 23%

Air Force 1 '07

Nike

$77

ASICS Gel-Kayano 5 OG — Retail: $160 | Price decrease of 40%

Gel-Kayano 5 OG

ASICS

$120

New Balance 991 — Retail: $180 | Price decrease of 33%

991

New Balance

$124

Nike Air Max 95 “Essential” — Retail: $160 | Price decrease of 34%

Air Max 95 Essential

Nike

$130

YEEZY Military Boot — Retail: $645 | Price decrease of 38%

Military Boot Rock

YEEZY

$355

Nike Hyperadapt 1.0 — Retail: $720 | Price decrease of 27%

HyperAdapt 1.0

Nike

$524

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