Resell sites aren’t always the first port of call when you’re going on a shopping spree. That said, if you’ve got the cash to splash, Stadium Goods is home to the absolute grails of streetwear and sneakers, for cops that have a lifespan beyond a mere fashion season.
Which is why when we were asked just how we’d spend $2,000 on the popular resell platform, it didn’t take us long to put together a selection of shopping carts to get excited about. A go-to shopping destination for the likes of Jordan, Supreme, and KAWS — Stadium Goods always comes through with the most coveted pieces no longer available at retail.
Due to the limited nature of the products being resold on its website, these pieces come with price markups to match their rarity. That said, if you’ve been saving for some key cops to see out 2018, $2,000 can send a pretty swag delivery in your direction.
So without further ado, check out the four ways we’d consider dropping bank at Stadium Goods right now below.
A Couple of Fire Jordan 1s
Add some timeless grails to your rotation. $2,000 secures three of the nicest recent iterations of an always-iconic sneaker silhouette, including a royal blue satin pair of which only 700 were ever made, Nigel Slater’s pre-distressed pair from earlier this year, and a collaboration with skate legend Lance Mountain.
Some Winter-Ready Supreme Gear
Supreme Fall/Winter drops are a guaranteed way to stay steezy through the cold weather, so now’s the time to start filling your wardrobe. The skatewear brand’s collaborations with The North Face will never not be stylish, which is why this orange mountain jacket is a solid investment, leaving bank to spare for a chill-primed Supreme hat, scarf, and gloves combo.
The Full KAWS “Together” Set
KAWS’ “Together” figures released earlier in 2018 following the sculptures’ display at galleries in Switzerland and Texas two years prior. For $2,000, you can add the whole set of the 11.5-inch vinyl figures to your collection and be the envy of everyone you know.
The Air Jordan 1 High “Satin Bred”
This special edition and insanely hyped Air Jordan 1 High “Satin Bred” was inspired by Michael Jordan’s warm-up outfit from 1985. Reselling for twice that of its royal blue counterpart, these kicks released only at a pop-up in New York, limited to only 501 numbered pairs.