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The 10 Most Expensive Sneakers in the World

The factories of this type of footwear have a great deal of followers of sports and music stars. All of them fight to hire the most famous athletes to sponsor their products. They even create sports lines based exclusively on certain stars, such as Michael Jordan.

Most Expensive Sneakers in the World

The 10 Most Expensive Sneakers in the World

Here are the most expensive sneakers in the world:

1. Solid Gold OVO x Air Jordan – $2 million

Made of Gold Plated by Drake.

2. Nike Moon Shoe – $437,500

These sneakers are the oldest existing model of the Nike brand. They were created especially for athletes of the ’72 Olympic Games, although they were never used.

3. Converse Fastbreak by Michael Jordan – $190,373

These Converse Fastbreak were worn by Michael Jordan himself when he won the ’84 Olympics.

4. Air Jordan 12 “Flu Game” – $104.000

Also worn by Jordan in the 1997 NBA Finals. He was sick with the Flu and still managed to win, that’s why they are nicknamed “Flu Game”.

5. Air Jordan 12 OVO: Drake Edition – $100,000

These shoes originally cost about $200, but because they were worn by Drake and given to someone during a basketball game.

6. Air Jordan Silver Shoes – $60,000

There is only 10 pairs of this model in existence and one of them was given to Michael Jordan for his birthday.

7. Nike So Cal Air Force 1 Supreme Max – $50,000

One of the members of the group Outkast bought a pair of these sneakers and added diamonds.

8. 2016 Nike Air Mag ‘Back to the Future’ – $35,000

From the epic science fiction movie of all times, Back to the Future, Nike created a limited 89 pairs of sneakers in 2016.

9. Air Jordan 4 Eminem – $32,000

This edition with reference to Eminem’s Encore Album had only 23 pairs for sale.

10. Eminem x Carhartt Air Jordan 4 – $30,000

Created by Eminem to celebrate the 15th anniversary of his production company.

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