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Cheapest way to score the latest Jordan 1 and Dunk Low sneaker deals

Posted: 6 August 2021 11:00 am

You can add these kicks to your eBay cart for a cheaper price than what's on the market right now.

Calling all sneaker-heads!

Bored in lockdown and looking for an excuse to shop? Or maybe you're trying to work on your sneaker collection? We've found an amazing sneaker deal that you're not going to want to miss.

Online marketplace giant eBay recently launched a Sneakers hub and the stock on offer is almost too good to be true. Brands include Nike, Jordan, adidas, Yeezy, Converse and more.

The 2 hottest styles that we've seen all year are dropping on the site today and here's what you need to know.

  • Nike Air Jordan 1 Mid Wolf Grey. Dropping at 12pm AEST Friday 6 August. These babies will be retailing for $150 (which is the RRP) but it's close to impossible to shop them for that price right now. You can still get these on re-sell sites but they will set you back upwards of $400. Keep in mind that there are only 150 units on offer so you're going to have to be quick.
  • Nike Dunk Low UNC 2021. Dropping at 4pm AEST Friday 6 August. This pair of kicks will cost you just $250. It's highly unlikely you'll ever be able to walk into a shop and snag a pair of these Dunk Lows. They're only available on re-sell sites, usually priced close to $500. Of course, the number on offer is super limited, with just 70 pairs up for grabs.

So what are you waiting for?

If you're serious about getting your hands on some of the hottest kicks, head on over to eBay right now. Add them to your cart before anybody else!

If you're interested, you can also check out our dedicated sneakers hub. It's where you can find all the latest news, the best deals, a comprehensive list of release dates and so much more.

Still hungry for sneakers? Check out the latest sneaker news and our regularly updated list of sneaker release dates.

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