Stadium Goods & Sotheby’s Are Auctioning 100 of the Rarest Sneakers Ever Produced

Stadium Goods & Sotheby’s Are Auctioning 100 of the Rarest Sneakers Ever Produced

Stadium Goods & Sotheby’s Are Auctioning 100 of the Rarest Sneakers Ever Produced

Many would do anything to get their hands on some of the rarest sneakers to ever drop, and now Stadium Goods is making that dream a little bit more attainable thanks to a new auction activation with help from Sotheby's. Including models and collaborations by Nike, Jordan Brand, adidas, YEEZY, and more, the selection has been curated from Stadium Goods' illustrious Trophy Case, which houses only the most exclusive and sought-after sneakers.

The proclaimed crown jewel of the auction is undoubtedly Nike's Moon Shoe; a result of Nike co-founder and track coach Bill Bowerman experimenting with his wife's waffle-iron. An important piece in Nike's history, only 12 pairs of the style were handmade for the 1972 Olympic Trials. These particular kicks are the only pair known to exist in an unworn condition-hence they're expected to fetch between $100,000 and $160,000.

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Elsewhere, Nike continues to dominate the auction, with the limited edition 2011 and 2016 versions of the Back to the Future Part II-inspired sneakers also included among the styles up for grabs. "These items are true cultural artifacts, and it will be a thrill to see them in a public exhibition alongside the rest of Sotheby's renowned offerings", John McPheters, Stadium Goods co-founder and co-CEO, said in the press release.

Sotheby's in NY announced on Thursday its first-ever auction dedicated to sneakers, underlining their fast-growing status as collectibles able to command tens of thousands of dollars. The pairs will also be on display at the Sotheby's gallery in NY.

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