If you like your sneakers, then you’re going to love this list.
We’re big sneaker-heads ourselves. You can’t beat a pair of fresh kicks, right?!
So, for all you sneaker-heads out there, here’s a list of the 20 most expensive sneakers ever made.
The 10 Most Expensive Sneakers Ever Made?
10. DJ Khaled x Air Jordan 3 ‘Grateful’ – $25,000
We don't have to reveal to you that you will require some unfathomably abundant resources in the event that you need to pack yourself a couple of these.
Only a few months after release, the striking red sneakers were retailing for $16,000 and $25,000!
9. Eminem x Carhartt Air Jordan 4 – $30,000
Like most artists, Eminem loves his sneakers.
He’s created a few nice limited edition collaborations before, so when he was invited to collaborate with Carhartt, things were about to get real.
They just made 10 sets altogether and were one of the principal shoes at any point to be straightforwardly sold through eBay.
All the returns went to Michigan State University's music school.
8. Air Jordan 2 OG – $31,000
Yet another Air Jordon on the list, the 2 OG is a coveted part of sneaker history, which is why it can command such a high price.
Not the most good looking of shoes it has to be said, but you nonetheless, you can rock this shoe with a ton of different outfits and look fresh all day long.
$31,000 and they’re yours! And its the 8th most expensive shoes or sneakers on the planet.
7. Air Jordan 11 ‘Jeter’ – $40,000
To honor Derek Jetter's retirement in 2017, the Jordan Brand delivered five sets of naval force velvet Air Jordan 11s, in a spring up shop sell off close to Yankee Stadium.
The tennis shoes have the celebrated number "2" on the heel in white, which praises the naval force calfskin encompass.
However, it would most likely be ideal to disregard truly claiming a couple of these, as three of the five sets are secured up US transfer stores, and the leftover two sets would cost a little fortune – that is regardless of whether the proprietor would sell!
6. Diamond Encrusted Air Force 1 – $50,000
If you have expensive taste, and like diamonds, then you’re going to love Big Boy’s Diamond Encrusted Air Force 1’s.
Not the rarest of shoes in the world, nor worn by any major ballers, instead, these shoes are covered in champagne diamonds, which is why they cost $50,000.
Wearing a couple of shoes like this may pull in some unacceptable sort of consideration, which is the reason Big Boy sold his kicks to fund-raise for his Foundation.
5. Air Jordan 12 OVO (Drake Edition) – $100,000
The Air Jordan 12 OVO has consistently been a mainstream shoe, notwithstanding, the Drake version blew the entryways of its pivots, selling for $100,000 on eBay!
Well known with a ton of sports stars, rappers and significant VIPs, the Drake version OVO's are simply truly feasible to the rich and popular.
$100,000 makes this perhaps the most costly sneakers at any point made!
4. Air Jordan 12 (Flu Game) – $104,000
Not quite in the top three, but pretty close, are the Air Jordan 12 Flu Games.
Once mentioned as the most expensive Jordans in the world; the price really derives from the fact that Michael Jordan wore the sneakers in the infamous “Flu Game,” – a game which he played while having the flu.
Selling for $104,000, these are also one of the rarest shoes on the planet! and its the 4th most expensive sneakers on the planet.
3. Buscemi 100 MM Diamond – $132,000
Coming in at number three on our rundown of the most costly shoes at any point made are the Buscemi 100 MM Diamonds.
Stacked with 11.5 carats of precious stones and set in 18-karat gold, these shoes aren't for the cowardly.
In case you're searching for a new pair of white kicks, and extravagant something absolutely interesting, at that point hack up $132,000 and they're yours!
2. Michael Jordan’s Game Worn Converse Fastbreak – $190,373
Arguably the most expensive game-worn sneakers ever, Michael Jordans Converse Fastbreaks sold for $190,000.
In 1984, team USA won gold at the Olympics in Los Angeles. Decades later, a pair of Converse Fastbreaks signed by Michael Jordan came up for auction.
Originally only expected to reach $100,000, the auction far surpassed every sneaker-heads imagination!
Who’d of thought a pair of converse could be worth $190,000! And ranked the second.
1. Solid Gold OVO x Air Jordans – $2 Million
It’s a bit of a steep jump from second to first position, but if you’re thinking of spending $100,000 on a pair of sneakers anyway, then you may as well go one better.
There had to be a day when a pair of sneakers were coated in 24k gold, and that day finally came when Drake collaborate with Nike to make the Solid Gold OVO x Air Jordan.
They were created by American artist Matthew Senna and each shoe weighs 50lbs!
$2 Million seems like a good deal with all things considered. And its the most expensive sneakers on earth right now.
- Solid Gold OVO x Air Jordans – $2 Million
- Michael Jordan’s Game Worn Converse Fastbreak – $190,373
- Buscemi 100 MM Diamond – $132,000
- Air Jordan 12 (Flu Game) – $104,000
- Air Jordan 12 OVO (Drake Edition) – $100,000
- Diamond Encrusted Air Force 1 – $50,000
- Air Jordan 11 ‘Jeter’ – $40,000
- Air Jordan 2 OG – $31,000
- Eminem x Carhartt Air Jordan 4 – $30,000
- DJ Khaled x Air Jordan 3 ‘Grateful’ – $25,000
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