What’s the most expensive pair of shoes you own?

To the average person this answer probably won’t exceed $150, but within the world of sneaker heads there are certain pairs of sneakers that reach numbers in the thousands or even hundreds of thousands! This probably seems insane to think about but we promise these aren’t regular shoes that you can find at your local mall. So we tallied up 5 pairs of shoes that you could trade for a house in Malibu! (We aren't Kidding).

Air Jordan 13 1998

Kicking off this list are these Michael Jordan game worn Air Jordan 13’s from the 1998 Finals, he wore this specific pair in game 2 where he dropped 37/5/3 to lead his Bulls to a win over the Jazz to even the series at a game a piece. This pair recently sold for a whopping $2.2 Million making it one of the most expensive sneakers ever! 

Air Jordan 12 1997 "Flu Game"

Next up is the iconic Air Jordan 12 “Flu Game” that Michael wore in game 5 of the 1997 Finals. This is arguably the most legendary game of his career where a flu-stricken Michael played 44 minutes and dropped 38 points to beat the Utah Jazz. Last year this sneaker sold at auction for over $1.3 Million. 

1996 Modified "Chicago" Jordan 1

This pair of “Chicago” Jordan 1’s was worn by Michael in the 1996 season when he returned from injury, a few modifications were done to the sneaker to help cater to his injury so this is truly a 1 or 1 sneaker. If you want to add these to your collection it will cost you a measly $675,000, plus tax of course. 

1992 Olympic Air Jordan 7's

In the 4 spot we have these Jordan 7’s that Mike wore in the 1992 Olympic Games in Spain, this was during the era of the Dream Team. Aka the greatest basketball team ever assembled featuring the likes of Larry Bird, Magic Johnson, and Karl Malone. These come with a price tag of $420,000. 

Signed "He Got Game" Air Jordan 13

Finally, these “He Got Game” Air Jordan 13’s that Mike wore in his last regular season game as a Chicago Bull. He faced off against his long term rival the New York Knicks, these signed sneakers will run you $375,000. 

 

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