For the 3rd consecutive week, the Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Beluga 2.0 holds the top spot on our weekly StockX Sneaker StockXScoreboard, outselling its closest rival – the “Win Like 96” Jordan 11 – by a ratio of nearly 3:1. Meanwhile, prices continue to fall. When the Beluga 2.0 first showed up on our Daily Scoreboard, five days before its official release on November 20th, it was selling for more than $600; now, the price has fallen below $360 – a decline of over 40% in less than one month.
This week’s Top 5 sellers are as follows:
- adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Beluga 2.0
- Jordan 11 Retro Win Like 96
- adidas Yeezy Powerphase Calabasas Grey
- adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Blue Tint
- Jordan 4 Retro Kaws Black
The Beluga 2.0 became the best-selling sneaker on the StockX marketplace way back November 22nd and has held that spot for 24 days straight. However, as you evidenced by the “Last 7 Days” trend line, sales volume has been declining throughout the week; meanwhile, sales of it sister shoe – the Blue Tint Yeezy – have been surging in the lead-up to its December 16th release. An early peak at the release-day numbers show the Blue Tint outselling the Beluga by more than 3:1. Thus, unless we see a precipitous drop-off in post-release sales volume, chances are we’ll have a new #1 for next week’s Scoreboard.
In our Market Movers feature, the biggest price decline belonged to the KAWS x Air Jordan IV, which had 23% shaved off their value, falling from an eye-popping average of $1,141 per pair last week to $882 this week. This is the second week in a row that the Jordan IV has appeared in our Market Mover spotlight, having dropped 24% last week as well. On the other side of the ledger, Travis Scott’s Air Force 1s saw their value climb 16% this week, from $339 to $392. Perhaps being featured in last week’s StockX TV episode boosted demand, though we suspect this is just a happy coincidence.