Jordan 10 Double Nickel

Jordan 10 Bulls 45

Jordan 10 Double Nickel will release on March 28th for a retail of $190. They are exactly the same as the Jordan 10 Bulls that released in 2012, with the only difference is the stitched 45 on the ankle side. The 45 signifies the second number Jordan wore after his #23 number was retired. Jordan always wanted to wear #45 in high school, and even wore 45 on his baseball jersey. The sneaker features your all white leather, black and red midsole, black midsole and black leather upper with black laces. This sneaker is semi-limited and nike, finishline, eastbay, footaction, champs, ruvilla, shoepalace have them in their calendar. Due to the same colorway already releasing a few years ago and the value for the 2012 editions not being too high, and the 45 on the ankle, there’s not a totally huge chance these will sell out fast nor be worth as much as anticipated. Some fans do not find the number 45 stitched appealing and some people can still get the 2012 Bulls edition for a fair price today. Eventually they will sell-out, but not likely as fast as the other retros that recently released. The hyped value will likely be $250-280 due to resellers, but the true overall steady value will potentially be around $200-230, which is the same as the 2012 editions today.

Jordan 10 Double Nickel
White/Varsity Red-Black

Release Date: March 28th

Release Locations: nike, finishline, eastbay, footaction, champs, ruvilla, shoepalace, footlocker

Appeal: Good
Production: Semi-Limited
Sell-Out Chance Rate: 68%
Retail Value: $190
Predicted Hype Value via Resellers: $250-280
Predicted True Steady Value Overtime After Hype: $200-230

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