January 10, 2014 BY Brendan Dunne / 107
5. Air Jordan 12 “Taxi”
Release Date: December 14, 2013
Units Sold: 452,583
Average Cost: $164.19
4. Air Jordan 3 “Fire Red”
Release Date: August 3, 2013
Units Sold: 474,898
Average Cost: $156.09
3. Air Jordan 5 “White/Black/Fire Red”
Release Date: January 26, 2013
Units Sold: 478,708
Average Cost: $155.57
2. Jordan 11 “Gamma Blue”
Release Date: December 21, 2013
Units Sold: 481,678
Average Cost: $170.86
1. Air Jordan 5 “Oreo”
Release Date: November 29, 2013
Units Sold: 505,500
Average Cost: $161.14
Filed under: Air Jordan
Tags: Air Jordan (4) IV Air Jordan 11 Air Jordan 11 Gamma Blue Air Jordan 11 Low Air Jordan 12 Air Jordan 13 Air Jordan 3 Air Jordan 3 Retro Air Jordan 4 Air Jordan 5 Air Jordan 8 Air Jordan III Air Jordan 3 Retro Air Jordan XI Air Jordan XI Gamma Blue Air Jordan XI Low Jordan 11 Jordan 11 Gamma Blue Jordan 6 Rings Jordan Son of Mars Low
@sneakernews this should be rephrased. It's about how many units the Jordan brand PRODUCED. Retros will sell out regardless
@sneakernews bred 1s
@sneakernews Oreo 5
@sneakernews can I point that the Bred 11's released in 2012 not 2013
@sneakernews whatever's on sale at walmart
@sneakernews what about royals
@sneakernews got all except the Breds. Surprised the taxis didn't make it
@sneakernews those Oreo 5s made it wow lol
@sneakernews they were also one of the least limited..
@sneakernews who needs em sz 11??
@sneakernews damn right, got my pair
@sneakernews luv dem.
@sneakernews one of my regrets that I didn't cop
@sneakernews I want the cements to comeback!!!!!
The list is useless data. Since every jordan release sells out, then obviously the shoe that was produced in largest volume automatically becomes the best seller.
@sneakernews it sat around here still on fnl shelf at x mass
It's bullshit there were so many js that sold out in minutes like the Bred 1s that should be on this list. The Oreo 5s are the best selling because they have such a high stock of em you can go online and get them right now from Champs Footlocker Footaction and Finishline. I wanna see a list with the top 20 best shoes and the top 20 shoes that were the most wanted shoes of 2013 not a bullshit list of what Nike produced the most of. The crimson 3s were the most ugly ass shoes I've ever seen and the made the list. Its a joke.
@sneakernews I got almost every 5 that came out last year and these were def the cleanest looking
@sneakernews easy to be a best seller when they make a billion pairs. How about the fastest selling of 2013?
@sneakernews not gammas?
@sneakernews that's how you know shits gone downhill since 09.
See, shit like this makes me mad. It just tells me enough Js can be produced so that anyone who wants a pair can just go get them, anytime, at retail price. That would end reselling, end saturday morning frustration, cut down on and possibly end folks getting jumped, beaten and/or killed over some shoes...and Jordan Brand still makes their paper. Imagine that...
@sneakernews it was the most available also so makes sense smh#numberslie
@DMV_Gemini they're on there too
@jwjumpman736 all this means is it had more available then others. the reason jordans like Bel airs or black grapes didn't make this list is because they were limited, not many pair available. but were both waaay more popular then Oreo 5's.
@mpcmeesh @sneakernews how everyone and there baby mama had those
@dgully314 did you ever learn supply and demand
@FrankieDTS did you not read the title.
@FrankieDTS complex will come out with 30 best
@PedeB1984 Joooo, de er perfekte! :-)
@freewheelburnin yea I see it now. Those ugly Phoenix 8s made it which is terrible
I think that the fresh prince 5s n the black's grapes were wanted more but the Oreo 5s were more popular bcuz they sold the most even tho they made more pairs
@PurdyFreshKicks i sure did. but name something else thats at a high demand and sells out like crazy that doesnt come in mass production like nike sneakers. nothing.
@DMV_Gemini it's basically just the shoes that had the most pairs produced. Those Phoenix VIII's could be had under $100 at some spots