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Releasing to commemorate on of the NBA’s most celebrated events, the All Star game, the Nike Dunk High All Star is set to release on March 9th in the United States after a release in early February this year. Featuring a reflective finish, these have been nicknamed “barely green” by Nike, which as an accurate representation of the color-way. Expect these to be very limited, with the majority of stock on Nike SNKRS, some stock at other Tier 0 retailers such as Kith, and some in limited raffles.

Since these already released, it is unlikely that the resale will drop much from where it is right now. Expect resale to hover around $190-$225 depending on the size. Bigger sizes will do best. Retail will be $110.

Retail
$110

Resale
$190-$225

Best Sizes
Men’s 10-12 (US Sizes)

Where to Buy (United States)

The list below includes both raffles and first-come first-serve retailers.

DTLR (7 AM PST/10 AM EST)

Finishline (7 AM PST/10 AM EST)

Footlocker (7 AM PST/10 AM EST)

Hibbett (7 AM PST/10 AM EST)

JD Sports (7 AM PST/10 AM EST)

Kith (7 AM PST/10 AM EST)

ShopNiceKicks (7 AM PST/10 AM EST)

Nike SNKRS (Draw opens at 7 AM PST/10 AM EST)

Bodega (Raffle)

Extra Butter (Raffle)

Private Sneakers (Raffle)

Hold or Sell

These are definitely much better off as a quick flip than a hold. While these are wearable, dunk highs are much less desired than dunk lows, so it is unlikely that anyone will really desire to have these as personal shoes. Shoes that people want to wear are usually the best holds and, since these don’t fit that category, it’s most likely best to sell these as soon as possible while prices are still holding.

Resale Sites

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