Those Off-White x Nike sneakers are indeed hard to get. Here are five other sources to shop the shoe from.
You can already buy the Off-White x Nike sneakers from these online marketplaces and groups.
So Lady Luck wasn’t smiling on you when you participated in the various online raffle to buy the Off-White x Nike “The Ten” sneakers at retail? We found several alternatives; a fair warning though: these will not come cheap.
1) Stadium Goods
Premium sneaker and streetwear marketplace Stadium Goods has three of “The Ten” available for sale on its website. The Air Jordan 1 is selling for S$4,093.80, while the Air Presto is priced at S$3,070.35, and the Air Max 90 is going for S$1,705.75.
Though prices may be higher on Stadium Goods than on the other sources listed here, the upside is that prices are fixed, which could be better than having to go through a bidding war.
The entire Off-White x Nike “The Ten” collection is available on StockX, except for the Nike React Hyperdunk 2017 Flyknit and the Converse Chuck Taylor All-Star Hi. The Air Jordan 1 is being resold at the highest price of US$1,700, while the lowest asking price belongs to the Nike Blazer Mid – US$755. Click here to see the rest of the collection.
Several silhouettes from “The Ten” collection can be found on Grailed. The resale prices of the Nike VaporMax ranges from US$819 to US$1,296, while the Nike Presto is priced between US$1,300 to US$1,620. The Air Max 90 is currently priced at US$1,620. Visit Grailed to learn more.
Sneaker reseller app GOAT carries several exclusive models from the Off-White x Nike collection. These include the Off-White x Air Force 1 ‘ComplexCon Exclusive’ (priced from US$850), as well as the Off-White Air Max 90 ‘Extra Credit’ (priced from US$800). Other models available include the Nike React Hyper Dunk and the Nike Zoom Fly. Download GOAT to find out more.
5) Sneaker groups
There are individuals from sneaker groups, such as OFF-WHITE TALK and Nike x Off-White Talk Worldwide, who are reselling Off-White sneakers. The resellers tend to pick the highest bidder for the shoes, payment has to made via PayPal, and there’s no 100% guarantee that the shoes being sold are legit. So buy them at your own risk.
What are some of your favorite places to cop super hyped up sneakers? Let us know in the comments below.