15 sneakers you can buy for less than retail on StockX

| April 4, 2019

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Nike Air Force 1 Low "Hong Kong," lowest asking price: $58 (retail: $130) [You save up to $72] Originally released in 2001 as part of Nike's AF1 "B" series, the "Hong Kong" Air Force 1 made its return to retailers in 2018. With a nearly identical shape and use of materials as the much rarer (and more expensive) original, this latest release is a real under-retail steal. Adidas Sobakov, lowest asking price: $47 (retail: $140) [You save up to $93] Since its release in June 2018, the price for Adidas Sobakovs has dropped substantially. While the silhouette is all-new, it's black upper, white stripes, and gum outsole are distinctly Adidas and reminiscent of soccer classics like the Samba.

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