by Steve Jaconetta

Bots beat you to the latest retro release? New colorway grow on you after you'd previously written it off? Tired waiting on one of the few OG colorways left to return? Sneakerheads are forced to the resale market for a number of reasons, and when it's time to take that plunge, knowledge is power.

Typically, Air Jordans resell for considerably more than they retailed for, but how much more? Some may not be as much as you'd expect, and you don't want to get ripped off. And if the price seems too good to be true, it just might be. While it's not a foolproof method, knowing the average value that a sneaker is selling for is one of the best ways of weeding out fakes

Below you will find a complete list of every Air Jordan 11 released, both original and retro (when available - some OGs are few and far between), along with their current average resale price provided by StockX