Sneaker Lexicon


  • Air Jordan 1 High OG Deadstock

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Have you always wanted to know what exactly condition means or what it actually is? No problem, in our exclusive sneaker lexicon we explain just about every term in the scene. And if you can't find a term, just send us a message and we'll help you right away!

Condition refers to the condition of the sneaker. There is a points system, as well as acronyms such as DSWT (deadstock with tags), VNDS (very near dead stock), etc. For the former, 10 is as good as new and 1 is completely used. An example would be as follows: "Condition: 8.5/10".

The aim is to convey to the buyer on the resale market as accurately as possible the extent to which the sneaker is still in good condition and therefore worth it. 

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  • Air Jordan 1 High Chicago Worn
  • Air Jordan 1 High Lost and Found New

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