Top 10 Most Expensive Sneakers

16-05-2022 10 7 0 0 Báo lỗi

If you enjoy wearing sneakers, you'll enjoy this list. We're huge sneakerheads as well. You can't go wrong with a new pair of kicks, right? Here's a list of the most expensive sneakers ever created for all you sneakerheads out there.

1 Thu Bui

Solid Gold OVO x Air Jordans

Drake is the creator of this souvenir shoe, which was built especially for him. They have become the most costly pair of Nike sneakers in the world, as well as the most expensive sort of bringing one can display.


They were created by an artist named Matthew Senna, according to Expensive World. Instead of actual shoes, the shoe resembles a statue. They have not been sold to anyone else because they are officially unwearable.


Price: $2 million

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2 Thu Bui

Kayne West Nike Air Yeezy 1 ‘Prototype’

On April 26, 2021, Sotheby's set a new record with the $1.8 million private auctions of Kanye West's Nike Air Yeezy Grammy Prototype from 2008.


According to Guinness World Records, they are the most expensive sneakers ever sold in a private sale.


Kanye West donned the all-black Nike Air Yeezy 1s during a Grammy Awards performance in 2008. Nike never sold the shoes, but they quickly became one of the most sought-after sample sneakers among collectors and the general public.


Price: $1.8 million

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3 Thu Bui

Michael Jordan Game Worn Nike Air Ship

The Nike Airship game sneakers worn by Michael Jordan in 1984 are the most valuable worn sneakers ever sold at auction.


On October 24, 2021, collector Nick Fiorella paid $1,472,000 for them at Sotheby's Las Vegas.


Sotheby's Streetwear and Modern Collectibles head Brahm Wachter stated in a statement that the sale "confirms Michael Jordan and the Air Jordan franchise at the top of the sneaker market."


Nike handed Michael Jordan a signature line of shoes and clothing in 1984, according to Sotheby's, which was a critical, unusual effort to attract Jordan to join Nike. According to Sotheby's, "it set the path for many of the player collaborations we currently witness."


Price: $1.47 million

4 Thu Bui

Air Jordan Retro ‘Kobe Pack’

In 2016, the Air Jordan 3/8 Retro 'Kobe Pack' was sent only to friends and family as a tribute to Kobe Bryant, one of the most beloved basketball figures in history. These shoes are copies of the legendary Air Jordan 3 and Air Jordan 8, and they were created to commemorate Bryant's 20 years in the NBA.


They're dressed in LA Lakers colors, with a white leather upper and purple and gold accents.


Price: $800,000

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5 Thu Bui

Nike Air Jordan 1 High Sneakers

No. 3 is another pair of Michael Jordan's old sneakers. Nike Air Jordan 1 High Sneakers is also one of the most expensive sneakers in the world.


The shoes, which were worn by the Chicago Bulls player in an exhibition game in 1985, were dubbed the "rarest of the rare" when they sold for $615,000 at an online Christie's auction in August 2020.


Price: $615,000

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6 Thu Bui

Nike Air Jordan 1s

Nike Air Jordan 1s is another Nike sneaker that was created for Michael Jordan during his era of basketball dominance. Jordan joined them for the first time in 1985. They were created specifically for him, and they're remembered since the portion was mismatched in size according to Jordan's specifications.


The left side measured 13 inches, while the right side measured 13.5 inches. This Nike Air Jordan pair was auctioned off online in 2020, and the winning offer was $560,000, five above the organizers' expectations.


Price: $560,000

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7 Thu Bui

1972 Nike Waffle Racing Flat "Moon Shoe"

According to Guinness World Records, these are the most expensive sneakers ever sold at auction.

The 12 original Nike Waffle Racing Flats, dubbed the "Moon Shoes," sold for $437,500 at Sotheby's New York on July 23, 2019.
"I believe sneaker culture and collecting are on the verge of a breakout moment," said buyer Miles Spencer Nadal in a statement.

Only a few pairs of the original batch of 12 pairs remain, and they were created by Nike co-founder and Oregon University track coach Bill Bowerman.

The owner hopes to "display the sneakers — plus another 99 pairs obtained in the sale – at his Dare to Dream Automobile Museum in Toronto, Canada," according to Guinness World Records.


Price: $437,500

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8 Thu Bui

Jordan 1 Retro High Charlotte Hornets Foundation Black/White

Another pair of shoes on our list of the most expensive shoes is Jordan 1 Retro High Charlotte Hornets Foundation Black/White. Michael Jordan was observed wearing a pair of never-before-seen Air Jordan 1s at the NBA All-Star Weekend in Charlotte in February 2019.


Only 300 pairs were ever created, designed by the man himself and released on his 56th birthday. Each pair features a quilted leather upper in pure black or white hues, as well as a star-shaped silver hang tag with a honeycomb motif.


Price: $250,000

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9 Thu Bui

Nike Mag self-lacing pair of training shoes

Nike Mag self-lacing pair of training shoes is one of the most expensive shoes ever. This pair of sneakers was inspired by Marty McFly's sneakers from the film 'Back to the Future II.' According to SuccessStory, when this pair was finally released in 2016,27, years after the movie was released, it made a worldwide sensation.


Because of the self-lacing technology employed in their manufacture, they were able to fit properly on the feet. In November 2016, the Michael Jordan Fox Foundation sold them for $200,000.


Price: $200,000

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10 Thu Bui

Michael Jordan Game Worn Converse Fastbreak

Michael Jordan and Team USA won gold at the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics. A pair of Converse Fastbreaks signed by Jordan and alleged to have been worn on the court during the Olympics were up for sale 30 years later and sold for more than $190,000, significantly exceeding the projected price of roughly $100,000 and putting them among the most valuable sneakers in the world.


This pair of sneakers is thought to be the last pair Michael Jordan wore as an amateur.


Price: $190,373

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