It seems the world’s hunger for Air Jordan sneakers is insatiable.
In May, a pair of signed, game-worn Air Jordans sold for a record $560,000 at an auction in New York.
Now there is yet another chance to acquire AJs worn by the basketball legend. Sotheby’s & Goldin Auctions are conducting a sale of over 100 lots of rare sports goods, for which bids will be accepted till December 7. The collection is called ‘A Century of Champions’.
Up for grabs are three pairs of AJs. All of them are likely to fetch at least a half a million dollars. In fact, the most prized among them, the AJ Dunk Sole used by Jordan in the 1985-86 season, is expected to go for $800,000. The pair is extremely rare, one