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Iconic Sneakers: Available to the Highest Bidder

Right now, ask yourself, where will you be at 2 p.m. Sunday? If the answer isn’t shopping for classic kicks, you’re missing out.

This Sunday Heritage Auctions’ is selling off Art, objects, and collectible Footwear in a collection titled “The Future is now.” Tthe auction is hosted on eBay’s live auction platform, allowing eBay’s 169 million active buyers the opportunity to bid on an extraordinary selection of unique items in real time. For varying prices, you could potentially bring home some of the rarest, most iconic, and influential footwear. Moreover, here are some of the highlights of the styles available.

Jordan VIII

Starting Bid: $1,100

From the 1992-93 season, these Jordan VIII‘s are just incredible. In the era of releasing retros, here’s a real pair that was not only worn but signed by the GOAT. Additionally, at just over a grand, this pair is one of the more affordable items available.


Starting Bid: $1,200

If it has Supreme on it, society will tell you to get out your debit card. Of course, this is no Metro Card, but this set is unique. With three pairs in Black, White, and Red colorways the Supreme X Nike AF1’s are as clean as they come.

Starting Bid: $15,000

Made exclusively for Apple employees these shoes have rarely been seen outside of their initial creation. Consequently, they have been photographed very little in that time and are expected to be highly sought after. As a matter of fact, the seller expects to garner up to 36,000.

Starting Bid: $500

This 2014 collaboration is a unique shoe from New York designer Ronnie Fieg and designer Jon Buscemi. A take on the Buscemi 100MM, this sneaker is one of the few true high-end fashion focused footwear.

Starting Bid: $15,000

One of only 89 pairs that were made, these self-lacing sneakers are more of a collectible than an everyday streetwear. While Nike says they are making more, there’s no word on when/if those will ever come to fruition. For those not interested in putting out 15 large for an accent piece for their closet, the 2011 version of the sneaker will also be up for auction.


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