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Welcome to the second installment of the Campless Sneaker Price Guide. The inaugural guide was published two months ago and we intend to refresh the data at least as often.
- Time Period: March 1, 2013 – February 28, 2014
- Sneaker Count: 883 (up from 840)
- Auction Count: 8,811,435 (up from 8.1 M)
- Statistics: Average Price, Volume (new), Price Volatility (new)
New Statistics: “Volume” (or “Sold”) is the total number of deadstock mens sneakers that were sold during the relevant time period. These are the sales used to calculate average price. “Price Volatility” (or “Vlty.”) is standard deviation divided by average price. Volume and volatility should be used as a reference when reviewing price. Higher volume and lower volatility should lead to greater confidence in the exact price listed. Lower volume and higher volatility are indicators to expect a wider range around the average. For more information on these and other Campless statistics, see “Sneakerhead Statistics Defined“.
Methodology: Why is this price guide better than other attempts? Because The Campless Sneaker Price Guide is based 100% on data. Almost 9 million data points, in fact.
- Prices are calculated from eBay listings which ended in a sale for deadstock, men’s sneakers during the 12 months prior to February 28, 2014.
- We analyzed 8.8 million auctions to find the 490,693 listings that were relevant and used to calculate statistics for these 883 sneakers.
- All prices are listed in U.S. dollars, rounded to the nearest dollar.
- “/N” means we track this sneaker but there were no DS men’s pairs sold on eBay during the relevant time period.
- If a sneaker is not listed, we don’t track it (yet).
Price Accuracy: If you have any concerns whatsoever about the accuracy of Campless data, please read: “eBay prices are a lot better than you think“. We have gone to great lengths to prove – mathematically – that public perception of eBay pricing is significantly greater than it actually is. In doing so, we address all of the common concerns about the accuracy of our data and sufficiency of our methodology. We go into even greater detail on, specifically, how we remove fakes and other “bad data” from our calculations, in our four-part series on using data to spot fake Yeezys.
That’s the beauty of what Campless does. We use data to get to the true value of a sneaker. Many have questioned whether “true value” even exists, but we think 8.8 million auctions is a pretty good place to start.
We’re still using rather rudimentary format and design (our blog), but we hope you enjoy the new picture-based Price Guide. Our apologies for triple-branding each one, but we can’t have another “deceptive sourcing” incident, now can we?
Table of contents:
- Nike Basketball Other
- Air Max
- Air Force 1
- SB Dunk
- Nike Other (incl. Yeezy)
- Le Coq Sportif
- New Balance
Jordan 1-2 – Buy Jordan 1’s Here
Jordan 3 – Buy Jordan 3’s Here
Jordan 4 – Buy Jordan 4’s Here
Jordan 5 – Buy Jordan 5’s Here
Jordan 6 – Buy Jordan 6’s Here
Jordan 7 – Buy Jordan 7’s Here
Jordan 9 – Buy Jordan 9’s Here
Jordan 11 – Buy Jordan 11’s Here
Jordan 12 – Buy Jordan 12’s Here
Jordan 15, 16, 17, 23
Jordan XX8, Spiz’ike, Other
Lebron 6 – Buy the Lebron 6
Lebron 9 – Get the Lebron 9’s
Lebron 10 – Buy the Lebron 10’s Here
Foamposite – Buy the Foams Here
Nike Basketball Other
Nike Air Max
Nike Air Force 1
Nike SB Dunk Low
Nike SB Dunk High, Other
Asics, Li-Ning, Le Coq Sportif
New Balance, Adidas
What do you like about this version of the Price Guide? What do you dislike?
Which sneakers would you like us to add next time?