11 Sales of Interest:
Last year at this time, "Marlboro Man" sherpa jackets were selling for around $300. This one, in dirty condition and a vastly inferior color (natural brown is best), took more than 6 months to sell and we had to put it on sale to avoid keeping it during the summer. Anything that is genuine sherpa will sell based on material alone, no matter the brand.
Lesson Learned This Month:
This is the type of find you will rarely get your hands on if you thrift only at big box type thrift stores. The competition is too fierce, and the pricing is too high. Finds like these are much more common at mom & pop thrift stores and yard sales. We recognized the brand, felt the quality, and looked them up. We paid the $10 they asked and they sold within a week! Notice, our first picture is not meant to give the buyer a good view of the product. That's what the other 11 pictures are for. The purpose of you main picture is to get a potential buyer to click on your listing, so make that picture appealing! Do not, I repeat, DO NOT be one of those people who thinks they are warding off returns and angry customers by putting a picture of a flaw as the main picture. These headphones had a loose wire which was pictured later and described in detail in the description.