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For the most part, online resell sites are associated with big price surges on some of the most coveted silhouettes. But that isn’t always the case, with some items reselling for prices marked down from their MSRP.

In fact, StockX is currently selling some pretty sweet sneakers at lower prices than what they sold for originally. For example, the adidas Originals YEEZY Powerphase “Calabasas,” which first hit shelves in March 2017 for $120 can now be copped with a 35-percent discount, reselling for just $78.

This also applies to even more recent releases such as the Air Jordan 3 “Chlorophyll,” which dropped less than a month ago. The sneaker retailed at $190 but is now sporting a price tag of $123. Don’t always believe the hype: when it comes to buying sneakers, resell sites should be one of your first ports of call, as you can end up copping kicks at a discount.

Below, we’ve rounded up some of our favorite sneakers currently reselling below their initial retail price, including the kicks already mentioned, as well as YEEZY’s recent 700 “Mauve” and the atmos x Nike Air Max 1 “Green Curry.”

Whether you’ve been contemplating putting some of your own deadstock up for sale or are looking for a bargain, browse our selection of under-retail kicks 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.

YEEZY 700 Mauve

adidas Originals





Air Max 1 Premium Retro



Air Max 1 Atmos



Jordan 13 Retro



Jordan 3 Retro Chlorophyll



NMD Hu Inspiration Pack

adidas Originals x Pharrell Williams


NMD Hu Pharrell Solar Pack Mother

adidas Originals x Pharrell Williams


UltraBOOST 4.0

adidas Originals


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