By now, readers of 23 is Back should be aware that we are going to be graced with remastered Jordan retros in the next year. Some Jordanheads are ecstatic about soon-to-be announced Jordan release dates 2015, while others do not even care, while some are even going crazy over the 10% to 15% spike in prices.
However, before deciding whether or not to cop a pair, here is a look at the advantages and disadvantages of the upcoming 2015 remastered Jordan retros.
— Expensive: The 10% to 15% price hike may make it difficult for sneakerheads to support their hobby. Perhaps consumers may not get affected by a few more dollars but it is not necessary that they will welcome the new price and willingly pay Jordan Brand even more money.
— Harder to buy two branded sneaker pairs: Many weekends, pairs of Foamposites, Jordans, KDs and Lebrons are often released at the same time. A price hike has already been seen for Foamposites, the KD 7 and Lebron XI Elites, so doubling on sneaker purchases will definitely become hard.
— Jordans will last longer: For sure, Air Jordan pairs will be more durable, which will make it possible to get a better result through more wears. So, much like the price, the life of the upcoming Jordan kicks will also rise considerably.
— Better quality: Jordan Brand has promised that the better quality of the 2015 Jordan remastered releases will be quite noticeable. Even if sneakerheads do not see the quality change, they will be able to feel it, whether in the form of greater comfort or staying cleaner longer. Nonetheless, better quality is the whole motto behind JB’s remastering plan.
— Lesser quality retros may become cheaper: It would not be wrong to expect a drop in the prices of previously released Jordan retros in the resale market and in stores. With the 2015 release of the remastered kicks, the demand for the retros released in the past will like decrease.
It is obvious that the upgrade in the form of the Jordan 2015 remastered retro releases does not come for free. However, 23isBack readers will agree that it might just be a small price to pay for better quality and years of longer sneaker life. The anticipation for Jordan release dates 2015 is still rising so the shoes will still be copped at a rapid pace.