Big Shoes to Fill
In most cases, sneakers aren’t worth much after they’ve been worn. That all depends, of course, on who wore them and when. When bidders go to war for the most sought-after sneakers in the world, those sneakers tend to be used, particularly if the person doing the using happened to be Michael Jordan. Others can command 10-figure prices when they’re brand-spanking new — depending on the celebrity behind the branding. Here’s a look at the sneakers that broke records at auctions and became some of the most coveted collector’s items in the world.
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