What’s rarer than the rarified air of a pair of Michael Jordan game-used shoes?
A pair of Michael Jordan game-used Converse shoes — and the latest pair of shoes from the 1984 Olympics to sell via SCP Auctions went for nearly six-figures at auction following a record-setting sale earlier this year. Continue reading
Update (June 11): The shoes sold for $190,373 after the auction closed this weekend.
They’re not Air Jordans but they’re already in some rare air as an SCP Auctions clock counts down.
They’re Michael Jordan’s game-worn and dual-signed Converse shoes from the 1984 Olympics — specifically the gold-medal-winning-game against Spain — and they’re on the auction block and already have set a record for a pair of game-used shoes. And that’s with more than two days remaining before the auction closes.