It’s only the beginning of 2018 yet a handful of exclusive releases have already launched and sold-out. Here we take a look at the most sought-after on the resell market.

If you’re feeling salty about any of the below, be sure to stay glued to @thesolerestocks. Given that these are so limited, we can’t guarantee any restocks but it’s always worth turning on those notifications as you may get lucky!

5. Nike Air Max 98 Gundam | Resell: £170 to £190

Out of all those featured on this list, the Air Max 98 ‘Gundam’ has seen the most restocks. But that hasn’t stopped the price from dipping on eBay. Most sizes are still selling for over £170, not surprising given it was the first colourway to arrive this year. That said, there are plenty more AM98s coming as part of the 20th anniversary celebrations.

4. Jordan 1 Gold ToeResell: £180 to £250

With a similar theme to that ‘Top 3‘ Jordan 1 that launched last year, how could you expect nothing less than a frustrating L for this style? Given the amount of listings on eBay, it looks like plenty of re-sellers copped purely for the profit. A shimmering patent upper for this ‘All-Star‘ exclusive makes it especially appealing.

3. Levi’s x Jordan 4 | Resell: £390 to £400

Prices are creeping down slightly following last month’s quick sellout. Even the denim jacket which launched alongside is still commanding more that double the retail price. Although prices aren’t exactly tempting, this will be remembered as one of 2018s hottest Jordan releases.

2. Off-White x MoMA Air Force 1 | Resell: £700 to £1000

Virgil Abloh unveiled a commemorative edition of the Air Force 1 for the Museum Of Modern Art. This blacked-out silhouette never got a wider release with all sizes sold exclusively via MoMA, New York. Just like the two released in 2017, a cable-tie is included along with the signature “AIR” and “SHOELACES” branding.

1. adidas EQT Support 93/17 Berlin | Resell: £700 to £1100

The rarity of this colourway goes someway to explaining why it now commands up to £1000 on resell platforms. Launched exclusively via German retailer Overkill, this release was limited to a handful of sizes. Only those in the know managed to cop, so don’t feel too bad if you don’t even remember when these launched.

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