cougfan wrote:I really think you are missing a couple of classics which I used to own...
1. The Nike Bo Jackson crosstrainers with the visable air window and neon pink accents.
2. The Andre Agassi with the yellow neon and single velcro strap.
Is that a complete collection of Jordan's???
Bo Jackson trainers, I will not purchase them for my collection. I only buy models that I like or wanted as a kid. Agassi shoes are very hard to find in my size and in Brand New condition. I will have them eventually, but I just have to keep searching for a pair in my size. There are two strict rules I adhere to when buying new shoes, they must be my size (11) and they must be brand new with original box.
I do not have a complete collection of Jordans and I do not plan to either. The Jordan XIX's are very ugly to me and I have vowed to never own a pair. There are a few other Jordans that I don't like the design as much and aren't very high on my priority list of shoes to look for.
kevincott wrote:I don't think I see the original Air Jordans, but mighty impressive.
Do you mean the Air Jordan I or original Air Jordans that came out the first time around? I do have a lot of the retro models, but I do own some OG Jordans like the VIII, XII, XIII, and XIV. I also have the Air Jordan I, but its a 2001 retro ediiton in a Grey/Silver colorway.
kevincott wrote:How do you 'cash out?' Is this a collectors market?
Cash out means to sell it all. There is a lot of demand out there for Jordans and older vintage shoes. A lot of my pairs I can easily get atleast $200 for. Two of my most valuable pairs can fetch $400-500 each respectively. The longer you hold onto it, the value of them will steaily increase. Just like how an original 1985 Air Jordan shoe in Brand New condition can fetch a few thousand on eBay.
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