Limited Edition Jordans Can't Run From Bad Economy
I'm not too optimistic people will get what they want. The guy who was selling No. 113 of 529 listed it at $3,500. The link was taken down minutes ago, which means he presumably sold them, though we're not sure at what price.
Another guy, who has No. 15/529 lists his shoes at $2,750, but says he’ll consider offers above $1,200. The eBay listing shows he’s already declined two offers, meaning he’s likely gotten lower bids.
All in all, we expect the economy to play a part in everything—including limited edition Jordan shoes. We’d be surprised if the average selling price for these shoes winds up at anything north of $1,400.
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