Posted on Thursday, October 1st, 2015 by Toby Sanders
Before investing in a good pair of kicks, you should do your research. But honestly, who has time? Campless does.
Campless collects information about the resale marketplace, regarding shoes. They also analyze the date (for those of us who have no idea how to do that) and report it back to you. Their primary data source is eBay, and they monitor over 13 million of the auctions that take place on eBay. Campless also has a sneaker price guide helping you make an informed decision when purchasing a new or used pair of kicks. Campless is running a promotion for shoe giveaways! Just make sure to enter before it’s to late.
When Campless calculates date, they focus on eight main statistics: average deadstock price, total sold, price volatility, resell price premium, deadstock price premium, deadstock percent, sold percent, and Campless score (sneakerhead significance). Campless digs deeper too. They find out which eBay sellers have the best prices, or why sneakers prices vary, etc. In any situation, the more information you have, the better prepared you are for making a decision. When buy the right pair of shoes, and even an expensive pair, you want to be well informed before you make that final decision.The goal of Campless is to “provide you with sneaker information not available elsewhere, for you to browse at your leisure, or use to buy more kicks.” So if you’re all about the kicks, Campless is where you need to be.