Sneaker data collector, Campless partnered with Highsnobiety to present the numbers for the sneaker industry. With 2015 ending with "Yeezy season," you can definitely expect them to be on the list. The other safe bet is Jordan Brand.
We know sneakheads lurk forums, participate in groups, and even social media to purchase sneakers. eBay is usually a final resort because of its fees and slightly inflate prices. These report numbers are based on the sales of deadstock sneakers on eBay. This data is for Quarter 4 (October 1 to December 31).
The Jordan XI 72-10 (released on December 12) leads all shoes in total dollars spent. The Jordan XI is a highly coveted silhouette and rightfully so, Jordan Brand decided to release the shoes in a large quantity. As you can tell, the shoes went on eBay and those who didn't get them or chose to double up made the purchase.
The 2nd and 3rd spot belongs to Kanye West and adidas. The Moonrocks 350s and Triple Black 750s were a tough grab, leading to its high prices. The list practically finishes with Jordan releases but a surprising pair of Under Armours appeared.
The graphic features the Championship Pack, so we have to assume its two pairs. The Curry One Championship Pack released with the 'Birthday Splash' editions and a 'Batman' (black/gold) colorway. Not bad for a basketball shoe that usually releases for $120.
The resale market was strong for Yeezys and Jordans that were in limited. The PSNY, Doernbecher, and Supreme collaborations were the most popular. Ronnie Fieg's KITH x Asics Gel Lyte III "Homage" or "What The" colorway is selling for $960 on average.