One of the most talked-about sneaker releases of this month so far is the Air Jordan 1 High ’85 “Neutral Grey,” and although the coveted style has yet to release, there are pairs already on the resale market.
At the time of press, the “stock market of things” StockX has pairs available for an average price of $648, with the lowest asking price at $532 for a men’s size 13 and the highest bid at $577 for a men’s size 6.
On the resale platform GOAT, pairs of the shoe start at $580 for a men’s size 12 and the highest ask is $800 for men’s size 5 and 5.5.
The Air Jordan 1 High in the “Neutral Grey” colorway debuted in 1985, with this week’s release being the first time the style has returned to sneaker stores. It features a predominantly white color scheme including on the premium leather upper that’s paired with gray accents on the Swoosh branding, ankle collar and rubber outsole. The Air Jordan 1 High ’85 “Neutral Grey” will have a retail release this Wednesday via the SNKRS app and at select Jordan Brand retailers for $200.
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