Back in May of this year Ronnie Fieg dropped the Asics Gel-Lyte III ECP (Miami and NY). Here’s a look at aggregate price and volume stats since then:
|Asics-Gel-Lyte-III-Ronnie-Fieg-ECP-Miami-2013||$ 387||$ 550||$ 233||249|
|Asics-Gel-Lyte-III-Ronnie-Fieg-ECP-Knicks-2013||$ 392||$ 610||$ 213||185|
And here’s a look at average deadstock price by month:
|May||$ 392||$ 394|
|June||$ 348||$ 357|
|July||$ 408||$ 393|
|August||$ 426||$ 448|
It’s interesting to note that the average price for both pairs started high in May, dropped down considerably (> 10%) in June, presumably as initial resellers were trying to flip pairs with a lot still on the market, and then has been increasing ever since, as the availability continues to decline.
Note: Data is through August 2013 and does not includes pairs sold as a set.