GITNUX MARKETDATA REPORT 2024

Statistics About The Most Expensive Dunks

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"The Air Jordan 1 Retro High “Dior” has a retail price of $2,000, making it one of the most expensive dunks"

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"The average sneakers resale value is around $176, however, it can go up to thousands of dollars for rare dunk models"

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"Nike Dunk SB High – What the Dunk, released in 2007, has a resale price of approximately $4,500"

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"Nike SB Dunk Low “Paris” is considered one of the most expensive with a high resale value of $24,000"

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"The 2016 collaboration between Air Jordan and Nike Dunk SB High saw the "Diamond Supply Co." model retailing for $120, but reselling for as much as $1,200"

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"The 1995 Converse ERX 300 Hi was originally sold for $79.99 but can reach prices up to $1000 in the resale market"

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"The Dunk SB Low Staple NYC Pigeon, released in 2005, has a resale tag of approximately $8,000"

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"One of the most expensive dunks, the Air Jordan 12 Retro “Flu Game” (2016) begins at a price point of $190, but can go up to $455 on the resale market"

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"Originally sold for $130, considering today's resale market prices, the Parra x Dunk Low Pro SB ‘Amsterdam’ can be considered one of the most expensive"

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"The 2021 release of the Nike Dunk Low “Hyper Cobalt” is already seeing an average resale of $253"

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"The Iconic 1990 Converse Magic Johnson model was once sold for $64.99 but is now considered a collector's item"

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"Air Jordan 3 Retro ‘Pit Crew’ is featured as the most expensive dunk according to Sotheby’s, selling for a reported $22,115"

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"The Nike Dunk Low Pro SB ‘Heineken,’ released in 2003, can command prices of up to $4,500"

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"According to Sotheby’s, an autographed pair of Michael Jordan’s game worn Converse from the 1984 Olympic semifinals sold for a whopping $190,372"

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"Limited-edition Nike Blazer SBs from the company's Supreme collection sold for up to $1,800 in the resale market"

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"The Nike Dunk SB Low “Yellow Lobster” was not ever officially retailed, making it one of the rarest and most valuable Dunk models, with prices reaching up to $5000"

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