All sneakers accepted by StockX must also include the correct brand issued box with the lid, the proper label that reflects the corresponding shoe size and style code. Sneaker boxes that will pass our requirements should be in good condition although may be accepted with minor dents, tears, or wrinkles on the box lid that may have occurred from the manufacturer, shipping, and storage. Boxes for sneakers that are five years or older may be accepted if they have slight discoloration or minimal damage that can naturally occur from sitting in storage. Additionally, please make sure any QR codes or RFID chips on the box are not removed, tampered with, obstructed, or obscured in any way.
For examples of what we inspect when assessing a sneaker box, check out our blog post: How to Follow StockX’s Condition Requirements for Sneaker Boxes.
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