Can you believe that there are some people that wait for days until their favorite sneakers come out? I mean it’s like the new sensation. Like people waiting for the new iPhone to come out or even when you see people in a line waiting to buy a ticket to a cool concert.
Well, something similar happens with sneakers… the thing is, we can’t imagine it that easily. The sneakers industry really is a giant and even when it sounds hard to believe, there are many people who spent small fortunes to get the latest models. Here are some of the most expensive shoes right now!
Nike Mag 2016 (Auto-Lacing)
This shoes were firstly conceived in “Back in the future” II, the cool thing about them is that they have an auto-lacing system that apparently is catching everyone’s eye. They cost $26000 so if you are a big fan of the movie or a sci-fi sneaker lover I think you’ll be interested. Can anyone borrow 26 grand?
Michael Jordan's Game Worn Converse Fastbreak
OMG these sneakers cost $190,373 they are the most expensive pair of game-worn sneakers. Could you believe that someone paid this price for these shoes? I mean, I get that they are Michael Jordan’s but people, how can you pay this? Well, they are also signed. I guess it's an investment?
DJ Khaled x Air Jordan 3 'Grateful
This pair is just $25,000 this is one of the latest models and it is DJ Khaled’s ‘Grateful’ Jordan’s 3s. I like their color. However, it’s not definitely my style. I get that some people are just dying to wear them but I can’t share the feeling at all.
VLONE x Nike Air Force 1 High
This is a collaboration with VLONE. It’s said that 20 pairs were made and raffled off at Nike Paris. Their cost? $8000 per pair... and that is just the retail price, if you were lucky to get them, people were offering way more than that to get them on resale.
Nike Air Yeezy 2 “Red October”
These sneakers are $5500!! If you thought that only high fashion clothes were expensive, take a look at this sneakers. Sporting gear, not the most accessible thing, right? LOL.
Nike Air Jordan 1 OG “Bred” (1985)
These are very old school (literally) and it shows, their shape and color seem to be very outdated. I mean, I maybe can get why people like them. However, I honestly feel like it’s just their name. They cost no less than $5000 OMG.