Highsnobiety teamed up with the sneakerhead data wizards over at StockX, with illustrations by Dan Freebairn, to bring you a detailed breakdown of the most valuable shoes to hit the resell market, as well as those that grossed the most money overall, and those with the highest price premium.

Above is the rundown for 2019 Q1 (that’s January 1 to March 31) in an easily digestible video — with data based on sale activity on StockX.

The most valuable sneaker of the quarter on the StockX resell market was a player-exclusive Air Jordan 4 given to University of Michigan ball players. The exclusive kicks aren't supposed to be sold by players, but at least one pair made its way on StockX, with an average price of $5,851 in Q1.

To find out where in the rankings each sneaker landed, check the video above.

When you’re done, catch up on the most valuable sneakers of 2018.

To stay updated on everything happening in the sneaker world, follow@Highsnobietysneakers on Instagram, check our sneaker release date calendar and subscribe to our sneaker chatbot on Facebook to receive lightning quick updates to your inbox.

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