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Series E - II | Alive

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Last Raised

$60M | 3 yrs ago

About StockX

StockX provides a platform focused on the retail industry, particularly in the realm of fashion, collectibles, and electronics. Its main services include providing a marketplace for buying and selling items such as sneakers, streetwear, trading cards, handbags, and watches. It primarily caters to consumers who value self-expression and individuality and are interested in hard-to-find fashion items and collectibles. It was formerly known as Campless. It was founded in 2016 and is based in Detroit, Michigan.

Headquarters Location

1046 Woodward Avenue

Detroit, Michigan, 48226,

United States


ESPs containing StockX

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Consumer & Retail / Fashion Tech

The sneakers resale marketplace is a thriving and highly specialized space catering to the buying and selling of rare, limited edition, and collectible sneakers. These marketplaces provide a platform for sneaker enthusiasts to connect and transact, offering a vast selection of sneakers from popular brands and collaborations. They often employ features like authentication services, seller ratings, …

StockX named as Leader among 8 other companies, including Craigslist, Myna Swap, and The Mainstreet Marketplace.


Research containing StockX

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CB Insights Intelligence Analysts have mentioned StockX in 4 CB Insights research briefs, most recently on Aug 24, 2021.

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StockX Patents

StockX has filed 2 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • andromeda (constellation)
  • barred spiral galaxies
  • business intelligence
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Data management, Data warehousing, Process management, Business intelligence, Information technology management


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Latest StockX News

From Mugler x H&M, to Nike x Tiffany: 2023’s top price premium collabs

Dec 1, 2023

December 1, 2023 Joining Tiffany in the top spot of designer sneaker price premiums in 2023, Martine Rose's continued collaboration with Nike on the Shox sneaker was another major success for the sportswear giant. Photo: Nike x Martine Rose Despite predictions that “ collab fatigue ” was on the horizon, 2023 has seen a consistent stream of co-branded releases wind up on resale sites at record-level price premiums. A price premium refers to the percentage that the price of a product exceeds its original retail price. In short, these are items where the demand exceeds supply. Due to the novelty of two brands coming together for a unique project that differs from their solo offerings, released in a limited run via carefully curated distribution methods that drive hype, collaborations have seen some of the biggest upsurge in prices at resale in 2023. According to global resale platform StockX’s latest Big Facts annual report, brands such as luxury watch manufacturer Blancpain, Mugler, Sporty & Rich, and Sandy Liang saw online searches spike due to blockbuster brand collabs. One of the biggest hits of the year, sparking headline-making queues outside stores all over the world, Mugler x H&M saw searches for the French fashion house increase by 4,529%, according to StockX. Among the collection’s most popular items, the Mugler H&M Corset-Waist Hooded Jacket is currently being sold at a 65% price premium, and the Mugler H&M Mesh-Paneled Bodysuit is listed at a 166% premium. Unlike Mugler x H&M, Nike and Tiffany’s collaboration in March this year received widespread online criticism for the products’ design. However, StockX searches still increased 920%, with the Nike Air Force 1 Low by Tiffany & Co. being listed at a 191% premium. Recommended Reading Sneaker hype continues Sneakers continued to lead the global resale market throughout 2023, with the Jordan 1 Retro Low Golf Travis Scott in Neutral Olive taking top spot, selling at a 397% price premium. Close behind is the Jordan 1 Retro Low OG Sp Travis Scott Olive at a 342% premium, followed by the Nike SB Dunk Low collaboration with Born x Raised on the “One Block at a Time” sneaker, which was listed at a 323% premium. Though “quiet luxury” has been a trending theme of the year, the sneaker resale culture boom continues, and should be on luxury brands’ radar. From Nike x Martine Rose seeing StockX searches rise by 448%, to New Balance x Ganni generating a 529% search increase, venturing into footwear via major sportswear players is a winning formula for brands. Take for instance Jacquemus’ most popular products on StockX – sat among the brand’s best-selling Le Grand Bambino and Le Chiquito handbags are the Nike Air Humara LX sneakers, which debuted at the end of 2022. Jacquemus and Nike resale prices prove that high fashion sportswear is here to stay. Photo: Nike x Jacquemus Despite brands not directly financially benefiting from the resale market, the extended level of marketing exposure that sites such as Dewu, eBay, Depop, and StockX can generate, builds cultural capital and boosts reputations. Seeing as high fashion sportswear and high-low crossovers produced the top hits of 2023 in the resale market, we can expect to catch more in droves in the year ahead. Watch this space. Categories

StockX Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was StockX founded?

    StockX was founded in 2016.

  • Where is StockX's headquarters?

    StockX's headquarters is located at 1046 Woodward Avenue, Detroit.

  • What is StockX's latest funding round?

    StockX's latest funding round is Series E - II.

  • How much did StockX raise?

    StockX raised a total of $578M.

  • Who are the investors of StockX?

    Investors of StockX include Altimeter Capital, Dragoneer Investment Group, Whale Rock Capital Management, Sands Capital, Tiger Global Management and 30 more.

  • Who are StockX's competitors?

    Competitors of StockX include SODA, METAZ, Kicks Crew, Grailed, Strade and 7 more.


Compare StockX to Competitors


GOAT operates as a sneakers, apparel, and accessories reselling platform. It is a marketplace for buying and selling authentic sneakers. It helps to connect buyers and sellers to exchange sneakers and also offers an authentication service to verify the authenticity of the sneakers and apparel. The company was formerly known as GrubWithUs. It was founded in 2015 and is based in Los Angeles, California.

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Find Your Kicks

Find Your Kicks provides a platform for hyped sneakers, apparel, and collectibles. The company develops a technology that helps connect the buyers to the sellers and vice versa for doing business. Find Your Kicks was founded in 2020 and is based in Ludhiana, India.

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GotSneakers is a zero-waste company focused on the recycling sector. The company offers sneaker recycling programs, providing a socially and financially rewarding way for individuals and organizations to contribute to a circular economy by recycling their used sneakers. GotSneakers primarily serves individual sellers, fundraising organizations, and retail businesses. It is based in Miami, Florida.

The Mainstreet Marketplace

The Mainstreet Marketplace is a sneaker and streetwear resale store. It provides a vast collection of accessories, shoes, and apparel through its online platform. It was founded in 2019 and is based in Mumbai, India.


Poizon provides an online-based sports equipment reselling and trading platform. It allows users to buy and sell sneakers, as well as other sports equipment, such as clothing and accessories. The company was founded in 2015 and is based in Shanghai, China.


SODA provides Internet services, specifically in the planning, development, and operation of online marketplaces. The company's main offerings include a large-scale online marketplace for sneakers and luxury items, as well as a fashion and collectibles store that stocks trendy items. SODA primarily serves the ecommerce industry. It was founded in 2018 and is based in Tokyo, Japan.


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