2013 Sneaker Sales Report: Kevin Durant Makes HUGE Jump Gary Lee February 6, 2014 News 1 Comment Nike Air Flight Skool PE Kevin Durant All-Star Game Nike KD 1 I Nike KD 1 PE Durant Dunking Nike KD 1 PE Nike KD 2 II All-Star Nike KD 2 II Black and Varsity Red Nike KD 2 II Black Nike KD 2 II Creamsicle Nike KD 2 II HORSE PE Nike KD 2 II Playoff Edition 1 Nike KD 2 II Playoff Edition 3 Nike KD 2 II Playoff Edition Nike KD 2 II Scoring Title Inside Nike KD 2 II Scoring Title Rear Angle Nike KD 2 II Scoring Title Side Nike KD 2 II Scoring Title Nike KD 2 II Texas Longhorn Nike KD 2 II Tsinghua HS Championship Nike KD 2 II White Black and Orange Nike KD 2 II White Black Photo Blue Nike KD 2 II White Blue Midnight Navy Nike KD 2 II Nike KD 3 III All-Star Nike KD 3 III Horse Hair Sample Nike KD 3 III MLK Day Nike KD 3 III Nike KD 4 IV Cool Grey Del Sol Nike KD 4 IV Galaxy All Star Nike KD 4 IV Year of the Dragon Nike KD 4 IV Nike KD 5 V Elite Blue Nike KD 5 V Elite Nike KD 5 V Extraterrestrial All Star Nike KD 5 V Red Nike KD 5 V Nike KD 6 VI According to SportsOneSource.com, the 2013 numbers for sneaker sales showed a new player in the game, which could shift the powers at Nike significantly. –== Don’t Miss February’s Hottest Kicks ==– Coming off a tremendous year where he reached his first finals, Kevin Durant has been able to leverage that popularity to shoot past Derrick Rose and Kobe Bryant by quintupling his signature shoe sales to the likes of $175 Million. That’s still far behind the current active NBA leader in LeBron James, who pulled in a cool $300 Million himself, albeit LeBron’s signature shoe is significantly more expensive than Durant’s. The growth has to be taken into consideration, especially with Kevin’s younger age and more amicable public profile. 2013 Sneaker Numbers LeBron James – Nike $300 Million | 2012: $300 Million Kevin Durant – Nike $175 million | 2012: $35 Million Kobe Bryant – Nike $50 Million | 2012: $50 Million Derrick Rose – Adidas $40 Million | 2012: $40 Million Before we forget though, let’s include Mr. Jordan in this conversation. In 2013, he made a whopping $2.25 BILLION, which is more than theses four guys up top combined! Here’s what the graph would look like with the GOAT in the picture. One Response Valentine Xavier February 6, 2014 Well yeah, Jordan Brand has about 1,000 sneakers out on the market. That 2.25 billion figure for MJ also includes the sales of Melo’s and CP3’s shoes. If you only compared sales of Jordan’s latest signature sneaker to LeBron’s latest signature sneaker the numbers would be a lot closer. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. Name* Email* Website Comment Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.