The Best Websites to Buy and Sell Sneakers in 2020 (2023)

The Best Websites To Buy and Sell Sneakers

September 23, 2019byGrailed Team

The Best Websites to Buy and Sell Sneakers in 2020 (1)

The Best Websites To Buy and Sell Sneakers

  • WordsGrailed Team
  • DateSeptember 23, 2019

Buying sneakers–new or otherwise—can be a challenge. Between raffles, bots and surprise drop dates, managing to score the sneakers you actually want is more difficult than ever. Given our current sneaker climate and demand far outweighing supply, the converse is true as well. Sneaker resellers have more options than ever and between consignment shops and marketplaces, there are countless ways to flip sneakers. Thankfully, a few websites cater to both buyers and sellers simultaneously, creating mutually beneficial ecosystems where buyers and sellers happily co-exist—in some cases, they are in fact one and the same. That said, some sites work better than others. As the authoritative men’s clothing marketplace, we know a thing or two about buying and selling, and we ranked the best places across the web to buy and sell sneakers—including ourselves of course!

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Okay, we know–we’re putting ourselves at the top of the list. But, trust us, there’s a reason behind the blatant bias and ego. Grailed is the preeminent marketplace for men’s fashion and streetwear—obviously, that includes sneakers. Beyond the most recent drops, vintage models such as 1985 Air Jordan 1s or early 2000s Nike SB Dunks—sneakers competitors either do not have or simply cannot source—regularly appear on the platform. With the ability to buy both new and used sneakers, Grailed has the best prices anywhere.

For Sellers:

Grailed offers the lowest fees of any platform around at just nine percent (plus Paypal fees). The only true sneaker marketplace, you can communicate directly with your potential buyer, inducting them into the Grailed community. Grailed additionally allows you to sell used sneakers as well, unlike competitors who only allow brand new ("deadstock") sneakers on site.

Grailed is a true marketplace, meaning we don’t offer a traditional SKU system–but we do have SKUs for a massive amount of in-demand sneakers, with more added regularly! While we are adding product categories everyday, the majority of products are spread across multiple listings rather than all located under one landing page. Still, in terms of depth and variety, no one holds a candle to us.

For Buyers:

Given our industry low fee structure, sneakers are legitimately cheaper on Grailed. As sellers keep a greater portion of each sale, they can charge a lower sticker price, which means sneakers are often below “market." Lastly, our offer system allows you to directly negotiate with a seller to work towards an ideal price.

Unfortunately not all sellers are as reliable as others, and it can be difficult to communicate with a seller once you have purchased a listing. That said, our team of round the clock moderators and community team are constantly working to ensure that items are received in a timely manner. Also, as a true marketplace, sneakers are often mislabeled, however our product team is rolling out a slew of new features including auto-fill sell forms and product pages to minimize the issue.

Consensus: There’s a reason Grailed has such an incredible user retention rate. Between fees, prices, the ability to purchase slightly worn shoes for well below their going rate, no other site compares. We hate to say it, but if you’re looking to buy or sell rare or vintage sneakers, there’s no better place than Grailed.

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The self-described “stock market of things” StockX began as a marketplace to determine the actual aftermarket value of hyped sneakers. Today, the company sells everything from streetwear to watches and handbags, all of which are in brand new condition. With a big marketing push, StockX has established itself as setting the market rate for many of the most hyped sneakers.

For sellers:

StockX acts as the middleman, meaning once your sneakers sell and you ship them to a StockX warehouse you are paid out. That said, higher fees and longer wait times make selling on StockX a longer process than competitors.

StockX is less straightforward than competitors. In order to sell, a user must fill out a sell form by finding the product and listing it on the website. Once the item sells, the user ships it to an authentication center, or drops it off at one of only a handful physical locations. Then once properly authenticated, the item is shipped and the seller is paid. StockX fees operate on a sliding scale but range from 9.5 percent to 8 percent plus credit card fees depending on the users “seller level”—i.e. the more you sell, the less you pay. StockX only allows brand new merchandise, meaning anyone with once-worn or slightly used sneakers is out of luck. In general, sellers tend to make less money per sale than with competitors.

For Buyers:

Every sneaker is in “deadstock” condition, meaning brand new, unworn in the original packaging. There are a number of options to purchase, including a “buy now” feature or an “ask,” a binding contract akin to Grailed's "offer" system. The retail experience is relatively straightforward and all items are authenticated in-house at one of StockX's warehouses around the world.

Stock is limited to the product pages and catalogues the company has uploaded, meaning rare or highly specific product may be unavailable. Also, since StockX authenticates every item in-house in one of many warehouses, products can sometimes take a number of weeks to arrive, and overheard (albeit indirectly) leads to steeper costs. Additionally, authentication fees and duties (if you're an international shopper) can potentially add a significant price bump to any purchase.

Consensus: For those searching for exclusively deadstock sneakers, StockX is a good option. Prices are generally fair—higher than other sites, though—and the shopping process is relatively simple, granted the “stock” system is at times convoluted. Sellers who have a lot of brand new inventory are in luck, however anyone with lightly used goods cannot sell at all, and the additional transaction fees mean that checkout price is often considerably higher than advertised.

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GOAT is an online only sneaker site that sells both new and lightly used sneakers. GOAT focuses exclusively on footwear, predominantly recent drops and noteworthy collaborations. Unlike other websites, GOAT functions differently as it is predominantly geared towards buyers. The website offers a traditional retail experience, with worldwide shipping and simple buying mechanics, search functionality and so forth.


For Sellers

For sellers, GOAT is not an ideal website. As previously mentioned it is predominantly geared towards buyers and with a sliding fee scale that maxes out at nearly 20 percent, the website eats into your profit margin. That said, if you maintain a high seller score, deal predominantly in new sneakers—though GOAT does allow used pairs as well—then you can potentially make money.

GOAT is significantly more complex for sellers than other platforms. First, potential sellers must apply in order to list items on the website. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis and can take days to be processed. Once you’re approved, GOAT assigns each seller a “seller score,” which begins at 90. Each sale henceforth affects your score, with 2 points added for a successful sale and 10 points deducted for a poor sale. Fees correlate directly with your seller score, with the lowest possible fees (9.5 percent) awarded to sellers with a score of 90 or above. Those below pay on a sliding scale, with the highest fees reaching 20 percent. On top of the fee structure, each sale invokes an additional flat region-dependent tax that ranges from $5-$30. Once you actually sell an item, GOAT (like StockX) sends you a prepaid shipping label to send the sneakers to an authentication center. After the center verifies the item, your funds are released and are available as “Credits.” In order to cash out, an additional 2.9 percent fee is applied, meaning in order for you funds to hit you bank or PayPal account there’s a minimum 12.4 percent fee plus an additional $5 minimum charge.

For Buyers:

The website offers a traditional retail experience, with worldwide shipping and simple buying mechanics, search functionality and so forth. Sneaker prices vary by size, with the lowest price available for any given size listed first, with more expensive options for those who want sneakers as quickly as possible. Shipping is a flat fee, so prices are relatively straightforward. For those searching for mainstream new or lightly used sneakers, GOAT is a solid place to buy.

Prices can be slightly higher than other platforms (a result of the high fee structure) and the catalogue gears predominantly towards new collaborations, hyped releases and ultra-expensive grails. For those looking for cheap footwear options or shoes below market, GOAT can be difficult.

Consensus: From a buyer’s perspective, GOAT is great. There are a lot of options—though primarily newer releases and ultra-expensive grails—and buying is very straightforward, tax is even included! That said, if you’re looking to enter the resell game, GOAT may prove difficult. Between fees, rolling admission and turn around time, as a new seller you may have missed the boat.

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Once rivals in the space, early last year GOAT and consignment shop Flight Club “merged” into one company. While technically one entity, each still operates independently and are seemingly autonomous. As such, we included them separately. One of the first sneaker consignment shops, Flight Club transformed from a simple retailer to a powerful online sneaker buying and selling platform.

For Sellers

Flight Club operates under a traditional consignment model. For those looking to sell, you can either sign up on the Flight Club website and ship your sneakers to either the LA or NYC location, or choose to drop off the sneakers in store if you're local. After you drop off your sneakers, Flight Club handles the rest as you sit back and get paid.


As Flight Club is a true consignor, you are only paid once your sneakers sell. For its service, Flight Club charges a 20 percent flat rate fee on every pair of sneakers sold—a hefty price compared to competitors. Flight Club only deals in new sneakers.

For Buyers:

Flight Club is a true retailer, and since all product is onsite in either a store or a warehouse, turnaround times are quick. Shopping at either the website or brick and mortar locations is reminiscent of a traditional ecommerce or retail experience, respectively.

Since Flight Club is still technically a brick and mortar store, prices tend to be a bit steeper—they have to cover rent and inventory. While Flight Club recommends prices, sellers are allowed to list their own, which means often sneakers are priced above market. While Flight Club has almost every new release you may be searching for, older models–which are more difficult to authenticate–are often not available.

Consensus: While an iconic destination, Flight Club is predominantly a retail experience. For buyers it is straightforward, however for sellers the high commission can eat away at profits. For that reason, there are other better alternatives.

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Similar to Flight Club, Stadium Goods is a consigner that has a significant online presence. While initially focused on only sneakers, Stadium Goods recently entered the streetwear game as well, and now offers Supreme, Palace and even Travis Scott “Astroworld” merch. The catalogue is similar to many competitors, and like many others only deals in brand new merchandise.

For sellers

If a seller has 10 pairs or less, they can simply walk into the Canal street store front and drop them off to start selling—anyone with more than 10 pairs must make an appointment. For those in the New York area, selling requires almost no overhead and is very straightforward.

For anyone not in the New York area, Stadium Goods requires you to set up a seller profile and communicate online with its internal sales team, creating a bar to entry. Again, due to a brick and mortar location and warehouse needs, Stadium Goods commands a 20 percent flat commission from every sale, sent once your sneakers have sold. As of now, Stadium Goods does not allow consignors to drop off streetwear, despite the fact it sells it.

For Buyers:

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Stadium Goods is a similar experience to many other platforms, offering a wide array of sneakers varying in cost due to size and demand. For popular sneakers, they almost always have stock.

Like Flight Club, Stadium Goods lets consigners set their own prices, however works with them in order to try and match market cost. Tax and shipping are tacked on after a purchase, and the store ships to most countries, though at a cost.

Consensus: While convenient from a buyer’s perspective, like other consigners the steep 20 percent fee structure and lack of seller tools make Stadium Goods less than ideal. If you’re looking to cop a pair of hyped sneakers online, it’s great. But like the others, those interested in buying and selling may find the platform limiting.

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Which website is best for selling shoes? ›

Where to Sell Shoes Online for Cash
  • Grailed. ...
  • Heroine. ...
  • Kixify.
  • buyMYheels. ...
  • Mercari. ...
  • eBay. Given its popularity and worldwide user base, eBay is a great place to sell shoes and other clothes online. ...
  • GOAT. GOAT is a sneaker-focused shoe resale website. ...
  • StockX. StockX is a selling site that focuses on sneakers and streetwear.
8 Nov 2021

What is the best selling sneakers right now? ›

A new silhouette reigns supreme as the best selling sneaker for 2021, the Nike Air Max 270.
  1. Nike Air Max 270.
  2. Nike Air Force 1 Low.
  3. Nike Air Max Excee.
  4. Nike Air Max 90.
  5. Nike Revolution 5.
  6. adidas NMD R1.
  7. Air Jordan 1 Mid.
  8. Brooks Adrenaline GTS 21.

How can I sell sneakers online? ›

You can sell sneakers online using your own store built with a platform like Shopify, a third-party marketplace, social media platforms such as Instagram, Facebook or TikTok where your sneaker audience hangs out, or on one of several niche websites such as Kixify, StockX, FightClub or Stadium Goods.

Where can I sell used sneakers? ›

There are many ways to resell your shoes. You can flip them hand-to-hand to people you know, drop them off at big consignment retailers such as Flight Club or Stadium Goods, list them on eBay, or sell them through websites such as StockX and apps like GOAT.

How much money do I need to start reselling sneakers? ›

To start reselling shoes you need at least $100 in your bank account to buy enough inventory for one day's sales (because you don't want to be stuck with inventory that nobody buys).

What is the most sold shoe in 2022? ›

The 8 Most Popular Sneakers of 2022
  • Nike Dunk Low Vintage. ...
  • Jordan 1 Retro High 85. ...
  • Balenciaga Defender. ...
  • Yeezy 700V3. ...
  • Jordan 6 “UNC” ...
  • Notre x Vans OG Style 36 LX. ...
  • Supreme x Nike SB Dunk High.
30 May 2022

Whats the number 1 selling shoe? ›

The Nike (NYSE:NKE -3.41%) Air Force 1, which celebrates its 40th-anniversary this year, takes the throne for 2021 as the top-selling sneaker in the athletic industry for the second year in the row.

What company sells the most sneakers? ›

Nike. Nike is currently the world's largest footwear company, generated a total $38.7 billion sales in 2019 It is also the world's second largest apparel company manufacturing and selling some of the world's best sports clothing and footwears.

What shoe brand makes the most money? ›

1. Nike. The undisputed leader in global shoe sales, the Nike swoosh adorns lots of team sportswear. The company makes all types of shoes from everyday casual sneakers to the highest-end fashion kicks.

Which is a popular sneaker brand? ›

After over 50 years in the sneaker game, Nike is still the one to beat.

How do I start an online shoe business? ›

How to Sell Shoes Online: Summary
  1. Do your research.
  2. Source your shoes.
  3. Decide where to sell your shoes online.
  4. Showcase your shoes.
  5. Price your shoes fairly.
  6. Set up your online shoe store.
  7. Package and ship your shoes.
  8. Invest in marketing.
7 Sept 2022

How much does StockX charge to sell? ›

StockX Selling Fees Explained

For every transaction that occurs there is a 3% payment processing fee. StockX also charges a Transaction Fee that depends on your seller level. Everyone starts at Level 1 which has a 9.5% Transaction Fee.

How do I start a sneaker business? ›

14 Steps To Start a Sneaker Business:
  1. Choose the Name for Your Sneaker Business.
  2. Develop Your Sneaker Business Plan.
  3. Choose the Legal Structure for Your Sneaker Business.
  4. Secure Startup Funding for Your Sneaker Business (If Needed)
  5. Secure a Location for Your Business.
  6. Register Your Sneaker Business with the IRS.

How do you price used shoes? ›

How To Price Used/New Sneakers To Resell | Art of The Flip [Ep. 4]

How long does GOAT take to sell? ›

How long you need to sell depends on the time you spent on sourcing and listing the sneakers. Afterward, a few days may pass through as the GOAT staff approves your listing. Once the sneaker is on the listing board, now it's up to customers to get in contact with you. On average, the whole process might take 2-3 days.

Can u sell used on StockX? ›

At StockX, we only accept deadstock products meaning all sneakers, apparel, accessories, collectibles, and electronics must be authentic, new, and unworn.” “As a general rule, the resale values of coveted deadstock items that trade on StockX tend to appreciate over time,” Cutler continues.

Is it worth reselling shoes in 2022? ›

While it's true that sneaker markets have fluctuated up and down in 2022, reselling sneakers is not dead. This can be seen from a variety of angles, but the most prominent factor is that many sneaker releases still resell for more than their retail price. This is a clear sign that sneaker reselling is not dead in 2022.

Is sneaker flipping profitable? ›

If you follow the process of flipping shoes, you can profit around $80-100 per pair for starters. You can work your way to generating higher margins if you get better sneakers to resell, potentially up to $500 per pair. This is not a bad way to make money, and you'll learn the exact process later on.

How much does a shoe reseller make a month? ›

Reseller Salary
Annual SalaryMonthly Pay
Top Earners$225,000$18,750
75th Percentile$86,500$7,208
25th Percentile$33,000$2,750

What is the most popular sneaker in the world? ›

The Nike Air Force 1 — the iconic sneaker that debuted nearly 40 years ago and has been seen on the likes of everyone from Victoria Beckham to Justin Timberlake — tops the list of the most searched for sneakers in 2021, according to an analysis from ebay of 32 brands of sneakers over the past four years.

What shoes will be in style 2022? ›

19 Shoe Trends 2022 to Shop Now
  • Colorful Shoes. Thom Browne/Saab. ...
  • Sporty Sandals. AGL Shoes / Chanel. ...
  • Platform Heels. Giambattista Valli / Valentino. ...
  • Ballet flats. Gucci / Valentino. ...
  • '90s Mules. Amina Muaddi / Bottega Veneta. ...
  • Square Toe Loafers. Prada / Chanel. ...
  • Pointed toe shoes. Carolina Herrera / Yanina Couture. ...
  • Metallics.
17 Aug 2022

What sneakers will be popular in 2023? ›

These are the sneaker trends we'll be wearing well into 2023
  • Adidas Samba. Let's begin with the most obvious. ...
  • Onitsuka Tiger Mexico 66. Like most sneakers, the Mexico 66 style from Onitsuka Tiger comes with its own origin story. ...
  • Nike Shox. ...
  • Balenciaga Runner Trainers. ...
  • Nike ACG Air Mada.
23 Aug 2022

Which Jordans sell the most? ›

What are the top-selling Jordans? The top-selling Jordans include the Air Jordan 1 'Black Toe', the Air Jordan 1 'Chicago', the Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG Bordeaux, and the Air Jordan Mid Bred 1, a mid-top in a black and red colorway, originally banned by the NBA.

What shoe brand is most popular? ›

The largest shoe brand in the US is Nike, with a revenue of $44.538 billion and over 75,000 employees. As of 2022, the US shoe industry has a market size of $85.84 billion.

Who has the largest sneaker collection in the world? ›

Jordan Michael Geller (born 1977) is an American sneaker collector who founded and operated the ShoeZeum, the world's first sneaker museum. In 2012, Geller was certified by Guinness World Records for having the largest sneaker collection in the world, at 2,388 pairs. Los Angeles, California, U.S.

Whats the most expensive shoe? ›

1. Antonio Vietri Moon Star Shoes — $19.9 Million.

Who is Nike owned by? ›

4 The co-founder of Nike, Phil Knight, and his son Travis Knight, along with the holding companies and trusts they control, own more than 97% of outstanding Class A shares. 5 This allows the Knight family to exercise effective control of Nike even though it is a publicly traded business.

What is the oldest shoe brand? ›

What is the oldest shoe brand in the world? Ed Meier is the oldest shoemaking company. Founded in Munich in 1596, the German company started with customised shoes, expanding into RTW in the 20th century.

Who is the biggest shoe retailer? › is the fourth biggest Footwear online store in the U.S. with net sales of US$ 549 million in 2020.
CharacteristicE-commerce revenue in million U.S. dollar
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Where are most sneakers made? ›

In 2019, China was the world's leading footwear producer, with 13.5 billion pairs of shoes produced. India, Vietnam, and Indonesia joined China that year to account for more than 75% of footwear production worldwide.

Which one is better Nike or Adidas? ›

Nike's scale is a big advantage, adidas doesn't even come close. adidas looks cheaper than Nike and has been a better growth story, but there is a reason for Nike's high valuation. Nike is better managed than adidas and has a stronger brand. Nike is a better long-term buy, in my opinion.

Which brand is best for casual sneakers? ›

Casual shoes are perfect to wear on a daily basis or if you are looking for comfortable footwear. A lot of brands offer casual shoes that are trendy and comfortable.
List Of The Top 20 Casual Shoe Brands In India
  • Woodland.
  • Sparx.
  • Puma.
  • Nike.
  • Adidas.
  • ASICS.
  • crocs.
  • U. S. Polo.
23 Sept 2022

Do GOAT sell fake shoes? ›

Sourcing from the world's premium boutiques and retailers, as well as our selected network of resellers, we aim to only sell authentic, high-quality products. Our resale products are verified by means such as machine learning technology, digital authentication, in-hand verification, or a combination of the same.

Can you sell to Footlocker? ›

Contact Foot Locker Buyer

Sometimes easier said than done, however you must get on Foot Locker radar. Call the Foot Locker corporate phone number and ask for the names of the buyer and assistant buyers in your category. Always leave voicemail with whomever the dispatch will connect you.

Is GOAT a reliable website? ›

GOAT is a heavily moderated marketplace that is very safe to buy or sell your kicks on. They're an established business that have been around for several years now and know the ins and outs of the industry.

Is StockX trustworthy? ›

As a seller this gives you the ability to sell your high-end sneakers and streetwear to a legit buyer who won't scam you. As a buyer, StockX being the middleman protects you against receiving fake or replica goods. The company itself was founded in 2015 and went live in 2016. Since inception.

Are Air Jordans on GOAT real? ›

Unlike other big resale platforms, Goat goes with nicely staged and professionally shot photos of the shoes on sale. And it acts as more than a middleman, with a rigorous authentication process before shoes are packaged and finally shipped.

What happens if GOAT finds a fake? ›

If you send items to us that we deem inauthentic or unsellable in our sole and reasonable discretion, the buyer will be refunded the full amount they paid for the items and you will have the option to have the items sent back to you or disposed of by us.

What does PS mean in shoes? ›

PS: PS stands for “Preschool.” PS sizes are typically smaller than GS sizes as they are produced for younger children. TD: TD stands for “Toddler.” There is usually some overlap between TD sizes and GS sizes, but TD sneakers are usually available in smaller sizes.

How much it cost to open a Foot Locker? ›

The franchise fee is $39,900. The total estimated investment ranges from $196,000 to $446,000, depending on size and location of stores. A 5% fee on net sales is paid monthly to the company, plus a 1% marketing fee.

Why is Nike being removed from stores? ›

Not too long ago Nike sent letters to smaller mom and pop shops informing them that they'd no longer be getting product from Nike as they weren't moving enough merchandise to justify continuing business with them, but now Nike plans on pulling it's brand from the big boy franchises including Foot Locker, Foot Action ...

Why is Nike pulling out of Foot Locker? ›

Earlier this year, Foot Locker announced it would have fewer Nike products in stores. Nike has been cutting ties with some of the nation's largest shoe retailers to take more of a direct-to-consumer business approach. Thus, Foot Locker set in motion a plan to strengthen existing relationships to fill Nike's void.

How can you tell real Jordans from fake? ›

All Air Jordan boxes will have an official manufacturing sticker on the side. Check for the accurate style name of the shoe, the shoe size, color combination, and country of manufacture. The text should look uniform and the words will be evenly spaced out and properly spelled.

Does GOAT sell used sneakers? ›

After announcing its partnership with Flight Club to become "the world's largest sneaker marketplace" in February, GOAT has just introduced a new program called GOAT Clean, offering used shoes that are professionally cleaned, graded and photographed.

How long does it take to get shoes from GOAT? ›

It will typically take 7-10 business days (M-F) for sneaker orders to be delivered to a buyer located in the US, since it takes approximately 3-4 business days to get to us, 1-2 business days to authenticate and 3-4 business days to ship to you.

Does StockX return fake shoes? ›

StockX has no obligation to return items that do not conform to the description (including, without limitation, that the item is not new and unworn, is not the correct identified size, or does not include the original box), or are counterfeit (in which case, StockX may turn those items over to the proper authorities) ...

Why is StockX so cheap? ›

StockX makes its money through transactions fees. Sellers are charged a 10% transaction fee which decreases as the seller sells more merchandise.

How is StockX so cheap? ›

StockX is an online marketplace for buying and selling that uses a stock market-like approach to pricing. By leaving buyers to place bids and sellers to place asking prices, the prices reflect true market value — and in some cases, the prices are below retail.


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