Stadium Goods

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. In fact, 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 number of sneakers for under retail price, from recent drops to classic models.

For example, adidas’ “Semi Frozen Yellow” Continental 80, which hit shelves for $80 in August last year, is currently reselling for just $65. Meanwhile, the Nike React Element 55 “Metallic Gold,” first seen in November 2018 with a retail price of $130, can now be yours with a $20 discount.

And it’s not just new kicks. The Nike Classic Cortez is currently reselling for $79, while Vans’ Authentic Checker Flame can be added to your rotation for just $49.

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.

Yung-1

adidas Originals

$120

Continental 80

adidas

$102

Authentic Checker Flame

Vans

$46

Air Presto Mid

NikeLab x Acronym

$100

Air VaporMax Moc 2

NikeLab x Acronym

$184

Classic Cortez

Nike

$65

DMX Run 10

Reebok

$85

React Element 55

Nike

$70

Campus Crafted

adidas

$125

Future Hyper Royal

Jordan

$120

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