5 Expensive Nike Shoes That Are Still Hot on Resale [Summer 2020]

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Although you get what you pay for with Nike kicks, you gotta drop that logic at the door before entering the sneaker flipping game. Because expensive Nike shoes here doesn’t mean shoes with high retail values. In a general sense, that’s the common sense you go for. But in the sneaker world, expensive are the shoes that pay up on the aftermarket. A Nike SB Dunk that retails for $100 is not expensive in a general sense, but if its aftermarket value exceeds $1,000, you’re looking at a gold mine. 

So, now that you get the logic we’re going for here, the following list includes the top 5 most expensive Nike shoes that dropped in Summer 2020. We might be doing one on Jordans soon, so you’ll want to subscribe to our blog for the latest news. We only know, write, and cop HYPE. Think of us as a sneaker compass here to help you decide where to put your money. 

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KITH x Air Force 1 “Tokyo”

Retail: $140
Resale: $1,000+

On the 4th of July, KITH cut the ribbon to its first flagship store in Japan located in Shibuya, Tokyo. Inspired by the Japanese flag (probably even the Fourth of July…), KITH collaborated with the timeless Nike classic to anchor its brand in the new country. In addition to the minimalist red and white colorway of the AF1, its KITH Air branding gave irresistible a new meaning. The KITH x Air Force 1 “Tokyo” dropped exclusively at the new store location for JPY15,000.
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Nike ISPA Road Warrior

Retail: $500
Resale: $1,000

The Nike ISPA Road Warrior is expensive at retail AND resale! It’s got 4 Nike technologies including Air Max, Air Zoom, and Vapormax delivering its motto: Improvise, Scavenge, Protect, Adapt. Moreover, it sticks with the popular Sail colorway that’s been dominating hyped sneakers this year. Such as the Off White Jordan 4 Sail, the Off White Jordan 5 Sail, and the Nike Sacai Vaporwaffle.
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Grateful Dead x Nike Dunk Lows “Bears”

Retail: $110
Resale:$1,000+

The Grateful Dead Dunks are among the most expensive Nike shoes to drop in 2020. The collaboration dropped in tribute to the Three Bears pack of 2006. With a nostalgic factor leading back to the sixties rock band, Grateful Dead. With the green, yellow, and orange colorways each reselling for at least $1K on GOAT, those of you who copped them at the retail price of $110 should be crap-filled with gratitude. We know TSB users are.
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Nike Kobe 5 Protro “Alternate Bruce Lee”

Retail: $180
Resale: $600

The Nike Kobe 5 “Bruce Lee” first dropped in 2010 in the iconic yellow Game of Death colorway. Which is still valued in the $800-$1K range on GOAT. This year’s Retro drops the yellow colorway for a B&W exterior. But the red scratch marks continue to display loyalty to the final fight scene from Enter the Dragon. The available pair on GOAT is valued at $1,245 and the latest Bruce Lee sold on StockX for $762.
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Medicom Toy x Nike SB Dunk Low

Retail: $125
Resale: $400

Medicom’s latest Nike SB Dunk collaboration takes on a black faux fur exterior. The Japanese toy brand displays its iconic @ logo on the heel with a Bearbrick toy gift on the side. For those of you who like black Dunks with a personality edge, this is your gig. TSB covered both Nike JP and US regions on August 25th with $50K+ in user profit. If you’re thinking gummy bear, think money bear instead with the best Nike bot.

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