Category Sneaker Profiles

Lebron 2K14 selling for $1,085 in June

Note: If you’re still following us at this site, make sure to switch to the new Campless.com which includes much, much more data, as well as the below post here. As they finally start to show up from Nike, the LeBron 11 2K14 is flooding eBay (relatively). From December to April only 35 pairs were […]

The Day the Foamposite Died: Resell Prices Pre and Post-Galaxy

Here’s something you know:  The Galaxy Foam release rocketed the entire sneakerhead world into mainstream consciousness and created a whole new generation of hypebeasts. Here’s something you might not:  It was also the moment when Nike jumped the shark on the silhouette, sending Foamposites on the exact opposite trajectory as the rest of the sneakerhead […]

Jordan Future Selling For As Much As $1,050

We’re happy to see that sneaker blogs are starting to take notice of our work.  In addition to recent articles on Nice Kicks, Complex and Midwest Sole, we’ve started a weekly series with SneakerWatch where every Friday they will feature some Campless data.  When we can, we’ll follow up the next week with a link […]

Profile: Nice Kicks – New Balance Collaborations

Word came down recently that Nice Kicks and New Balance are teaming up for yet another collaboration – the 1600 “Grand Anse” – named after the Grenada beach of Matt Halfhill’s youth.  Seems like a perfect impetus to review the resell action on the last two Nice Kicks/New Balance collabs, even if they were super-limited. […]

Red Octobers Over $3k Up 2500%

Immediately following the Red October drop, we posted an analysis on the pre-launch eBay sales.  Now we can look at post-launch sales. In the three days post-launch we can already see drastically different sales patterns – prices have increased across the board.  Most significantly, the percentage of sales over $3k has increased from 2% pre-launch […]

Profile: Jordan 6 White Infrared (2010)

Far be it for us to tell Jordan Brand when to re-release an OG classic but… …maybe the reason the White Infrared 6 was available pretty much all day on Saturday (as opposed to instant sell-out) is because there are still plenty of 2010’s floating around. In 2013, there were over 1200 pairs sold on […]

Which All-Star Pack Sneaker Has Been Most Profitable?

This is the first Campless post co-written by one of our fans.  Nico Atienza worked closely with us on all aspects of this article, including performing significant data analysis.  Perhaps you’ll see more of Nico’s work in the future.  (Or perhaps we’ll let the number of retweets determine his fate). You know what’s nice about […]