May is over, we are ready for the June drops and want to look at some profitable ones! Let’s jump into it.

There are a lot of sneakers that dropped on June 1st, including the Vans collaboration with National Geographic & some Nike Air Max 95 pairs – but those are not really worth mentioning (although i just did) because you can expect not much profit from them.

Vans had a collaboration with National Geographic.
Some variations of Nike Air Max 95s dropped also on June 1st.

On June 2nd, the Nike Air Force 1 “Puerto Rico” dropped for $130 and already have a decend demand. There is some potential for them to rise so you may get some lunch money out of them.

The Air Force 1 “Puerto Rico”

Another potential Lunch Money sneaker: The Air Force 1 “Drew League” that dropped on June the 6th. Although they are very minimalistic they do have some demand, but are not too limited.
Keep in mind that they do carry some risk though, maybe they won’t turn out profitable at all.

The Air Force 1 “Drew League” have some potential, but profit is not guaranteed.

Also on June 6th for $10, we have the New Balance 327 that released in a blue colorway. Considering the retail is only $100, these will easily carry small profit.

The last pair for June 6th will be the Air Jordan 3 “Animal Instincts 2.0” for $225. The second pair of the Jordan 3 Animal Instincts will maybe go even under retail on the second market, because they do not seem to have a high demand.

These “Animal Instincts 2.0” Air Jordan 3 pair sadly has not that big of a demand.

Moving to June 11th – The Air Jordan 1 Tie Dye drops for $170. These definitely have a high demand but they are dropping in women’s sizes only – so keep in mind to look out for the bigger sizes if you want some profit out of them.

Definitely an eyecatcher: The Air Jordan 1 High “Tie Dye”

Probably one of the favorites of June: The Nike Dunk Low SP “University Red” for only $100 on June 12th. Expect these to be extremely profitable, these will sell out fast so get ready!

Ready for these red Dunks?

Also on June 12th: The Air Jordan 6 Hare returns & you can pick them up for $190. Recently retro Jordans have doing well, so you can also expect lunch money profit here.

Lunch money profit is expected for the Air Jordan 6 “Hare”.

We were expecting the Yeezy Boost 350 v2 “Zyon” on June 13th, but these have been delayed to a release date later this summer.

The Yeezy Boost 350 v2 “Zyon” got postponed to a release later this summer.

A pair that does drop on June 13th for $200: The “Top Three” Air Jordan 5. Demand is really high, so there is no doubt that these will also hold good profits!

A good pair to pick up: The Air Jordan 5 “Top Three”

Another easy profit pair will be the Nike Air Max 90 “Duck Camo” in the orange variation on June 16th. We’ve seen the previous Duck Camo pairs perform well, so don’t expect anything different from those.

The Air Max Duck Camo series produced some decent pairs.

That will conclude it for now. Stay tuned for more pairs to resell, because June still holds some profitable drops.

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