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How much do sneakers cost?

The world of sneakers is an incredibly complex one, where the price of a pair can vary drastically depending on a number of factors. For example, you can find entry-level sneakers starting at 20 or 30 euros in mass-market chains. These models are often intended for everyday use and don't necessarily feature advanced technical and aesthetic features. However, as you move upmarket, prices can quickly soar. Models from world-renowned brands such as Nike or Air Jordan can easily cost between €90 and €200 at retail. Much depends on technology, materials and design. On the other hand, if we're talking about luxury sneakers, collaborations between brands and designers or celebrities, prices can be even higher (as can be seen, for example, on Nike Travis Scott or Nike Off-White sneakers). Brands such as Balenciaga, Gucci, Louis Vuitton and Dior offer shoes that can cost thousands of euros. Limited editions are also among the factors driving up the price of a pair of shoes. This trend is encouraged by sneakerheads, who are often prepared to pay high prices for rare or collectible models. Finally, size can also play a role in determining the price of sneakers. Rarer sizes are often more expensive on the secondary market, due to the law of supply and demand.

Sneakers under €200: which models are the hottest?

At this time of year, many of you are looking for a cheap and exclusive pair of sneakers. With this in mind, we've decided to share with you a small selection of men's and women's sneakers that are cheap (under €200), but no less rare for that. Let's start with one of the major trends of 2023, the Adidas Campus Lucid Blue: a great classic from the Adidas brand, it started out as a basketball shoe, then quickly became an icon of streetwear culture. The Lucid Blue version comes in a bright/electric blue that's not too flashy. Like its cousins, it features a high-quality suede upper and the famousAdidas triple stripe on the quarter panel. In terms of comfort, we'd say they're quite comfortable. At Limited Resell, prices for this model start at around 170€. Now let's turn our attention to a classic pair of cheap Nike sneakers: the Nike Dunk Panda. This best-seller from the brand with the swoosh comes in black and white and is particularly appreciated for its sleek design, which goes with almost everything. The silhouette is also very comfortable, as its sole features good cushioning. At Limited Resell, you can pick up a pair of Dunk Low Panda for €180. If you're looking for a more sophisticated model that's still affordable, we recommend the New Balance 2002R Navy Grey: with its more technical look and more decorative elements, this pair that was designed for racing has also found its place in the lifestyle world. The Protection Pack series features more robust materials and an ENCAP midsole for optimum support and comfort. The navy and grey design of the Navy Grey version is both modern and discreet. This pair is available in our New Balance 2002R collection from €200. Finally, for a change from the white Air Force 1, but to retain the classic touch, opt for the Nike Air Force 1 Shadow Triple White: on this pair, you'll find original details (thick serrated sole, double swoosh...), which contrast with the simplicity of the color (white). This silhouette is highly appreciated for its versatility and streamlined style. It's also a great option for those looking for an inexpensive girls' sneaker! You'll find it for €180 in ourAir Force One selection.

Where to buy low-priced sneakers?

Many of you are wondering where to find cheap women's sneakers and cheap men's sneakers. Good news, we've got the answer: at Limited Resell, we offer a multitude of rare and limited edition sneakers at "affordable" prices. Indeed, we strive to offer products at decent, competitive costs, without straying too far from market prices. At the same time, we are aware that the least expensive options can still add up. However, it should be noted that this is most often justified by the rarity of the model, the hype it generates, trends, market prices, or even the technology and type of material used.