With the upcoming release of the Nike Lebron 11 “What the LeBron”, the team at Campless decided to tackle the same debate that follows every “What the” release – which shoe is better, the right or left? To settle this we used the only means we know how – data. In this case, we set out to calculate the weighted average deadstock price for each shoe, based on the average resell price for all of the shoes referenced.
The result: At $815, the right shoe has higher average resell price by almost 12%. But does this mean it’s better? We have no idea. But it’s fun to think about. To read the full What the Lebron 11 analysis (with 200% more #sneakerheaddata) go to the Campless post here.
Josh Luber is the founder of Campless, a sneakerhead data company and publisher of the Campless Price Guide.