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Air Jordan 1 Visionaire Volt Releases on June 11

The Air Jordan 1 Visionaire Volt is the latest sneaker to receive the retro treatment. First released in 1985, the Jordan 1 was designed by Peter Moore and cemented Michael Jordan’s status as a cultural icon. The Visionaire Volt 1 is a refreshed take on the classic silhouette, covered in an electric color that is perfect for summer. White and black accents throughout make the head-turning, neon contrast more pronounced, while the cracked leather gives it a premium finish. The Jordan 1 continues to reinvent itself as the pinnacle of retro sneaker lore, and the Visionaire Volt is the latest example of its timeless appeal.

Where To Buy The Air Jordan 1 Visionaire Volt

Air Jordan 1 High OG Visionaire
Color: Volt/Black-Sail
Style Code: 555088-702
Release Date: June 11, 2022

Air Jordan 1 Volt Visionaire: Resale Value

The chart above gives us a breakdown of the average sale price between June 7 and 9. The resale value went from $246 to $271 within the first two days and dropped by roughly $44 on June 9. There could be many reasons why there is no consistency, outliers. So for more accurate insights, let’s find our five number summary.
According to the above records, the lowest sale was $189 (size 9.5), while the highest sale was $343. ( size 4.5 and 15). These sales occurred on June 8, and they account for the $271 average sale price in the chart. 25% of the shoes sold for prices from $189 to $220 ( 2 size 8.5, 3 size 9.5, a size 10, 2 size 10.5, a size 8, 11 and 11.5). 50% sold for prices from $220 to $275 ( a size 8, 3 size 8.5, 2 size 9, 4 size 9.5, 2 size 10, 2 size 11, 3 size 12 and 4 size 13). Another 25% sold for prices from $275 to $343 ( a size 4.5, 6, 8.5, 2 size 9, a size 10, 10.5, 11, 2 size 11.5, 1 size 12, 14 and 2 size 15).

There were no outliers, so the distribution was normal. The average resale price is $250, resulting in a +$46 margin for a 25.31 percent markup. The chart below will show you the current earnings per size sold.

About 47% of the shoes sold lead to margins between $15 and $50. 20% lead to margins from $60 to $90 and another 20% lead to margins $100 and above. It’s safe to say that this is certainly a relatively good investment option. It all depends on the size you acquire. I do want to mention that only one size 4.5 and 6 were sold. That’s a small sample size and for that reason, we can’t be very certain that the average sale price will remain high. But sizes 14 and 15 will definitely lead to homeruns.