Virgil Abloh revolutionized sneaker collaborations with his “The Ten” collection in 2017, which included the Air Jordan 1, Nike Air Max 90, Nike Air Presto, Nike Air VaporMax, Nike Blazer Mid, Nike Air Max 97, React Hyperdunk, Air Force 1, Zoom Vaporfly and Chuck Taylor All-Star produced by Converse-owned Nike.
Since its release, the silhouettes have been one of the most sought after pairs for sneakerheads, and in conjunction with StockX, we have been able to analyze the resale market for Virgil Abloh’s Nike collaborations, according to data sorted by market share and prices over time.
Virgil Abloh’s deconstructed take on the classic Air Jordan 1 Chicago garnered the highest resale price point at $2,339 USD, while his other collaborations aside from “The Ten” with the Nike Air Force 1 “Complex Con” and Air Force 1 “MOMA” editions peaked at $2,000 USD each.
Additionally, the Air Presto and Air VaporMax models were amongst the most popular with peak resale price points of $1,638 USD and $1,109 USD, respectively. Get a more detailed look into the sneakers’ value in the video above.
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