World's Craziest Sneakers That Come With A Hefty Price Tag

Dec 11, 2023

Shreya Kachroo

Shoe talk

​Are you the biggest sneakerhead? Well, then these pricey kicks will most definitely blow your mind​

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Buscemi 100mm Diamond

Buscemi 100mm Diamond sneakers, a dazzling spectacle adorned with 11.5 carats of diamonds set in 18-karat gold. Beyond mere footwear, these bright white wonders, priced at $132,000, make a statement among fashion connoisseurs.

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Michael Jordan Game Worn Converse Fastbreak

Rewind to 1984 when Michael Jordan clinched Olympic gold for Team USA. Fast forward 30 years, and a pair of Converse Fastbreaks, signed and worn by Jordan during that historic game, fetched an astonishing $190,373 at auction.

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Jordan 1 Retro High Charlotte Hornets Foundation Black/White

Designed by the legend himself, Michael Jordan, these limited edition kicks, released on his 56th birthday, are a true collector's item. With only 300 pairs in existence, featuring a quilted leather upper and a star-shaped silver hang tag, their market value has soared to $250,000.

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Air Jordan Retro ‘Kobe Pack’

Distributed exclusively to friends and family in 2016, the Air Jordan Retro ‘Kobe Pack’ pays tribute to the beloved Kobe Bryant. Replicas of the classic Air Jordan 3 and Air Jordan 8, these sneakers, dressed in LA Lakers colors, boast a market value of $800,000.

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Michael Jordan Game-Worn Nike Air Ship

Collector Nick Fiorella paid a staggering $1,472,000 for these Air Ships at Sotheby’s Las Vegas in October 2021.

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Kanye West Nike Air Yeezy 1 ‘Prototype

Worn by West during his Grammy performance in 2008, these iconic sneakers announced the Yeezy project, becoming a sought-after treasure with a market value of $1.8 million.

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Solid Gold OVO x Air Jordans

Drake steps into luxury with the Solid Gold OVO x Air Jordans, weighing over 50lb each and crafted entirely in 24k gold. Priced at $2 million, these extravagant Nike shoes demand attention and stand as the most expensive new Nike shoes ever created.

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‘Bred’ Air Jordan 13

Worn by Michael Jordan during Game 2 of the 1998 NBA Finals, these sneakers were auctioned by Sotheby’s in April 2023 for a staggering $2.2 million, setting a new record. Autographed by Jordan, these sneakers not only signify victory but also mark the end of an era.

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