Today’s sneaker market can be two things for someone; a money pit or money mountain. With the starting prices for some sneakers being over $200, there is a secondary market where people can make millions. The young bucks are turning up at Sneaker events with thousands of dollars on hand, all of it going into their coveted sneaker collection. Of course you can go the other way, enter a Sneaker event with thousands of dollars worth of merchandise and turn a profit.
All of this turns a question, how much do you pay/sell those deadstock 2011 Jordan 1’s for? That’s where Campless steps in, your one stop for all the sneaker data you need. Campless is a sneakerhead data company that collects data about the resale martketplace. They analyze and report the information back to the community through their website dedicated to the secondary sneaker market.
Campless’ data primarily comes…
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